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FBI overestimated the number of encrypted phones while arguing for workarounds

Home Daily News FBI overestimated the number of encrypted… Cybersecurity By Jason Tashea May 24, 2018, 7:00 am CDT FBI Director Christopher Wray. Photo by FBI, via Wikimedia Commons. The FBI has admitted that it overestimated—by potentially 550 percent, sources say—the number of cellphones investigators cannot access due to encryption. The miscount was “due to …

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America Invents Act

The Leahy-Smith America Invents Act (AIA) became law on September 16, 2011, and represents the most comprehensive overhaul of the United States patent system since the Patent Act was enacted in 1952. AIA includes numerous provisions impacting patent litigation, licensing and enforcement, and the provisions become individually effective over the span of several years. With …

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Challenging A Patent Without Litigation – The New Inter Partes Review (IPR)

The America Invents Act (AIA) has invoked significant changes to the U.S. patent system, a principal one being creation of Inter Partes Review (IPR), and concurrent elimination of the inter partes reexamination. Like the latter, the new Inter Partes Review is an administrative proceeding to invalidate patents, by allowing a party to petition the U.S. …

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Licensing and IP Transactions

IPLL’s intellectual property (IP) transactions lawyers have extensive experience involving the creation, use, licensing and transfer of technology and IP for both domestic and cross-border transactions. We assist all ranges of companies, from startups to multinational corporations, to structure and negotiate sole IP transactions, as well as develop and transact related contractual relationships. Included in …

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