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Michael Bunis, co-chair of Choate’s Intellectual Property Litigation Practice Group, will speak on the Patents panel at the Boston Bar Association’s 19th Annual Intellectual Property Year in Review on Thursday, January 24.
Emily Miller, associate in Choate’s Litigation Group, spoke on the panel “What’s Next? With PISA: Building A Career With Your Political Science Or Int’l Affairs Degree” hosted by Northeastern University and PISA, the Political Science and International Affairs Student Association on Wednesday, November 28.
The Boston Bar Association recently honored E. Macey Russell with its annual Voice of Change Award, which is reserved for “luminary leader[s] in the legal community who have forged a new path and has played an extensive role in advancing diversity and inclusion within the profession.”
The SEC reports more dollars to whistleblowers and more tips reported to The Commission than ever before. This reflects both a growing, robust Whistleblower Program and recent changes in the legal landscape.
Daniel Winston, partner in Choate’s IP Litigation Group, will speak on the panel “Recent Trends in Patent Litigation“ at the Boston Patent Law Association on November 14.
Daniel Winston and Bryana McGillycuddy discuss Acorda Therapeutics Inc. v. Roxane Laboratories Inc. and secondary considerations in IP Law360.
Choate has been named to BTI Consulting’s Honor Roll of the world's Most Feared Law Firms in Litigation.
The United States Supreme Court recently declined to hear a case involving alleged retaliation against a whistleblower at a public university, suggesting that employees who report problems to their employer as part of their normal job duties do not engage in “protected activity” sufficient to trigger protection from retaliation.