San Francisco Gate - August 26, 2014
Professor Daryl Lim’s book, "Patent Misuse and Antitrust: Empirical, Doctrinal and Policy Perspectives", has been used in an analysis prompted by Industry Canada, the microeconomic policy arm of the Government of Canada.
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin - August 6, 2014
William McGrath - associate director of the Center for Intellectual Property, Information and Technology Law and an adjunct professor - explores the unique legal issues that Pom Wonderful Inc. faces in its ongoing lawsuit against Coca-Cola.
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin - August 7, 2014
Professor Doris Long discusses the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision in American Broadcasting Companies Inc. v. Aereo Inc. and what impact the holding might have on video streaming and cloud storage moving forward.
IP Frontline - July 31, 2014
The USPTO announced the selection of 19 law schools that will join the USPTO's Law School Clinic Certification Pilot Program this fall. John Marshall will participate in the Trademark portion of the program.
Forbes - July 30, 2014
Matthew Prince - a John Marshall adjunct professor who teaches cyber law - discusses CloudFlare, the software service he created that more than 2 million websites use to thwart malicious Internet traffic.
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin (c0lumn)-July 9, 2014
Professor Doris Long says in today's marketplace, the goal of most companies is to achieve a globally recognized brand. Despite international recognition that well-known marks are entitled to special protection, the commercial history of trademarks remains littered with otherwise well-known marks that failed the test of fame.
TMCnet.com-July 9, 2014
Professor Daryl Lim, in analyzing the United States Supreme Court decision in Alice Corporation v. CLS Bank International, says the decision has implications for software concept approvals winning patents.
eMoneyDaily.com-June 20, 2014
Professor Daryl Lim's book on patent misuse has been cited by both sides in a patent dispute involving a Spider-Man doll and whether the patent holder should continue receiving royalties now that the patent has expired.
Two outstanding faculty members were given special recognition at the May 2014 commencement ceremony for their efforts in academia and with John Marshall students.
WSFA.com-June 16, 2014
The Supreme Court overturned two decisions by the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. The unanimous decisions make it harder for patent owners to pursue opportunistic litigation, according to Professor Daryl Lim of the Center for Intellectual Property, Information and Technology Law.