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Steering Clear of Antitrust Pitfalls In IP Licensing
April 13, 2010 — Intellectual Property Law360
Crowell & Moring LLP Antitrust Group partner and co-chair Robert A. Lipstein talks about the international implications that lawyers should consider when drafting IP licenses for clients. One important consideration for IP licenses is the jurisdiction where the license will be in effect. According to Lipstein, "If you structure the license to comply only with the most lenient antitrust environment, you're likely to run into issues where enforcement is less lenient."

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Seagate, LSI Trump Qimonda In ITC Chip Patent Spat
February 1, 2010 — Intellectual Property Law360
Earlier this year, the U.S. International Trade Commission determined that semiconductor integrated circuit chips imported by Seagate Technology LLC and Crowell & Moring client LSI Corp. do not infringe three Qimonda AG patents. The firm’s representation of LSI Corp. is featured in a Intellectual Property Law360 article highlighting the win. The ITC on January 28, 2010 decided to terminate its investigation with a finding of no violation, ending its review of a final initial determination by an administrative law judge that had found the companies did not violate Section 337 of the Tariff Act of 1930. Crowell & Moring’s team was led by Intellectual Property Group partner Kathryn L. Clune.

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IP Law360: C&M IP Group Snags Jury Verdict of Willful Infringement in Bridgeport Patent Suit
October 8, 2009 — IP Law 360
On September 25, 2009, after a two week jury trial in the Middle District of Pennsylvania (Harrisburg Division), an eight person jury unanimously found in favor of Arlington Industries, Inc. against Bridgeport Fitting, Inc., in a complex patent infringement case. The decision found Bridgeport infringed Arlington's patent (for the second time), that the infringement was willful, and that the products were colorable imitations of previously enjoined products, constituting a breach of the Settlement Agreement entered into by the parties in 2004. The defendant had also submitted to an injunction in 2004, which covered colorable imitations of the enjoined products. The jury awarded Arlington its entire lost profits demand for both infringement and breach of contract. The trial team included attorneys from three law firms representing Arlington Industries and Crowell & Moring’s Intellectual Property Group trial team included partner Kathryn L. Clune and associate Lucy Grace Noyola.
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Katie Clune Recognized in IP Law & Business "Top IP People Under 45" List
May 9, 2008 — IP Law & Business
Crowell & Moring Intellectual Property Group partner Kathryn L. Clune is featured for making the "Top IP People Under 45" list in the May 2008 issue of IP Law & Business.

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Three IP Partners Join Crowell & Moring LLP
January 31, 2007 — Intellectual Property Today

Former Morgan & Finnegan partners Bruce D. DeRenzi, Dickerson M. Downing and Andrew M. Riddles join Crowell & Moring’s Intellectual Property Group in the New York office.


Crowell & Moring Boost's IP Team
December 17, 2006 — Patent World

Crowell & Moring's Intellectual Property practice is featured for the addition of three lateral IP partners and the growing strength of the firm’s recently opened New York office.


Crowell & Moring Opens New York Office
September 13, 2006 — New York Law Journal
News of Crowell & Moring’s New York office opening, with partners, William J. McSherry and Janet M. McLeod, is featured in the New York Law Journal.

*Coverage of the Crowell & Moring’s New York office opening also ran in the Wall Street Journal, Legal Week, The Lawyer, Portfolio Media's newswires, and other media.