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New Office Adds Deep Patent Litigation to the Western District of Texas  DALLAS – October 28, 2020 – Carstens & Cahoon, LLP, a full-service intellectual property law firm based in Dallas, Texas, announces the opening of a new office in Waco, Texas, located at 1105 Wooded Acres, Suite 415 Waco, Texas 75701 (phone: 254-294-8154). Seasoned attorneys […] The post Carstens & Cahoon Expands with Addition of Waco, Texas Office appeared first on Carstens & Cahoon.…
As a result of the debilitating effects from COVID-19, businesses have been forced, or will be forced, to permanently close their doors.  Consequently, some of these businesses will seek relief from their outstanding debts, in bankruptcy, which may cause potential issues with intellectual property agreements. Generally, companies that file for bankruptcy use Chapter 11, which […] The post Terms of an Intellectual Property License May Dictate IP Rights of Parties in Bankruptcy appeared first on Carstens & Cahoon.…
Frunkgate: US 10,676,137 has issued for something you didn’t know you wanted, a “tailgate” on the front of your car. For example, have you ever wished your car had a little extra length for storing poles, planks of wood, or other elongated objects? If so, this electric vehicle by Bollinger Motors with a built-in Frunkgate […] The post Now Patented: Vehicle with Frunkgate appeared first on Carstens & Cahoon.…
This is a summary of the full article written by Katie Buehler and published on Law360. As America starts to open to face-to-face work, both offices and courthouses are continually adjusting to the safety precautions put in place by the government. This is particularly true for two of the most pronounced patent judges in the […] The post Texas Patent Judges Diverge on Covid-19 Trial Protocols appeared first on Carstens & Cahoon.…