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Prosecutor of patents: Meet Bill Munck, one of Texas' top IP lawyers

Growing up on Long Island, Bill Munck dreamed of being a police officer just like his father. His dad had other ideas. “The old man told me that he would break both of my knees with a baseball bat if ... read more

Munck Wilson Mandala Welcomes Seven Intellectual Property Attorneys from Howison & Arnott

The new attorneys will work in Munck Wilson’s technology/intellectual property law practice, bringing the total number of registered patent attorneys ... law practice is now one of the largest IP prac... read more

Munck Wilson Mandala Adds Seven IP Lawyers

In a move that will make its intellectual property firm one of the largest in North Texas, Dallas' Munck Wilson ... two strong and complementary IP practices," Munck said. Howison, who has prepared ov... read more

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A bill to abrogate the sovereign immunity of Indian tribes as a defense in inter partes review of patents

1948 titled “A bill to abrogate the sovereign immunity of Indian tribes as a defense in inter partes review of patents.” [TribalImmunity] The Bill provides one simple statement as follows: Notwithstan... read more


Patent advisers pressured by in-house strategy changes

And according to in-house sources, that shift in expectation has translated to pressure on external lawyers. Eight corporate lawyers from patent-focused businesses tell Managing IP that the three ... ... read more

Dear Patent Troll: Drop Dead

But patent trolls have succeeded in uniting just about everyone in the country around one urgent task: stopping the victimization of small business through extortionist demand letters. Last year, Verm... read more

Friday Night Patent Fights

In honor of the Super Bowl, I went looking for a football-related IP story for this week ... especially since Schutt’s own ties to Texas were slight. Ultimately, this early venue exchange in one of th... read more

Should the U.S. government censor the Internet?

One Senate aide tells CNN that because of the growing protests, the bill might not even make it to a vote. Here’s my question to you: Should the U.S. government censor the internet? Interested to know ... read more

Supreme Court Reins In Patent Venue

That expansive change allowed for the rise of patent-focused venues such as the Eastern District of Texas where the majority of infringement lawsuits have been filed over the two decades (heat map bel... read more

Refusing to Negotiate With "Terrorists," Adam Carolla Continues His War on Patent Trolls

When a Texas-based "patent-troll ... When sued for patent infringement, most defendents quickly settle no matter how baseless the claim because that's cheaper than paying lawyers. Carolla countersued ... read more

Brinks Trademark Attorney Mary Squyres Named to Top 250 Women in IP by Managing Intellectual Property

Squyres, a trademark attorney and shareholder ... and surveys by IP partners and law firms across the United States, with the most prominent female attorneys from that process making up the Top 250 Wo... read more

Judge Loses Patience With Government’s Sloppy Work

but rather failing to meet one of the most basic lessons of writing — one you should really have picked up in undergrad — don’t misquote your sources. In the patent case of ClearCorrect v. ITC and Ali... read more



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