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Celine Crowson

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IPMT Notches Two Prominent Life Sciences Partners

We are excited to have two prominent partners, Simon Roberts and Jason Leonard, join our IPMT practice group in New York. The distinguished duo spent the bulk of their careers at the intellectual property boutique firm, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, which merged with Venable LLP last year. Their strong chemistry backgrounds, coupled with their deep litigation

HL.com interview – Litigating IP issues: The impact of AI and machine learning

As artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning are integrated into an increasing number of products and services, litigation issues involving patents and trade secrets will increase. In this hoganlovells.com interview, IP partners Celine Crowson (Washington, D.C.), Jason Lohr (San Francisco/Silicon Valley), and Dr. Chris Mammen (San Francisco) discuss the evolution of AI and machine learning

Straight Talks podcast: New players, new rules – IP disruption in the automobile industry

Not long ago, an automotive “innovation” meant a new way of engineering a powertrain or emissions system, which would then be patented by the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) or supplier. A “gentlemen’s agreement” allowed competitors to maintain similar portfolios, routinely infringe on patents, and sustain relationships that were mostly devoid of litigation. But autonomous and

In Landmark Decision, U.S. Supreme Court Limits Patent Venue

On May 22, 2017, the Supreme Court issued a decision in TC Heartland LLC v. Kraft Foods Group Brands LLC on the hotly contested issue of patent venue reform.  The patent venue statue provides two grounds for laying venue. Under 35 U.S.C. § 1400(b), venue in a patent case may be laid where the defendant (1) “resides,”

U.S. – Develop a digital health IP protection plan

The digital health space is transforming health care with inventions that address complex medical challenges, such as wearable health-tracking devices, sophisticated software programs to improve patient care, and systems that facilitate on-demand doctors’ visits. Given the current legal environment for software-based patents and a fierce competitive landscape, the success of new products in this area