Author Archives: Ryan

After Fed. Circ. Urged Rethink, Albright Won’t Move Dish Case

Western District of Texas Judge Alan Albright on Friday again refused to transfer a patent suit against Dish Network to Colorado, weeks after the Federal Circuit identified what it said were flaws in his previous ruling and said it was … Continue reading

$67.5 Million Settlement of Patent Infringement Lawsuit

A U.K.-based tech company said Friday that it will pay $67.5 million in cash to end a patent case lodged against its Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. spinoff after a Texas jury issued a contested $172.6 million verdict finding that the … Continue reading

Law Firm Wins Nine Figure Patent Verdict of $173M – Largest in Sherman, Texas Courthouse History

A Texas federal jury has handed Wapp Tech LP a $172.6 million win in its suit against a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. spinoff and its parent, finding that the companies’ software infringed three of Wapp Tech’s mobile app-design patents. Download … Continue reading

Battling Google in Texas Courtroom

“Google has told a Texas federal court that a small mobile technology company is rushing to jam through another suit that alleges infringement of patents for website development methods, saying the mobile technology company failed to meet baseline requirements for … Continue reading

Polaris PowerLED Settles Patent Infringement Suit Brought Against Samsung

Polaris PowerLED Technologies LLC, an innovative technology company and licensor of advanced display brightness control functionality, today announced that it agreed to enter into a settlement and license agreement with Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., resolving patent infringement litigation brought by … Continue reading

“IP Law Firm Opens With Powerhouse Rolodex” – Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal

Feinberg Day featured in Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal

Paying homage to Feinberg Day’s already successful model, the Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal ran a feature on Feinberg Day entitled “IP Law Firm Opens With Powerhouse Rolodex.”

While Urging Prospective Clients to “Reject Convention,” New Firm Is, In Some Ways, Very Traditional

Marc Belloli discusses Feinberg Day and its innovative model with the ABA Journal.

By Martha Neil Seven BigLaw refugees urge potential clients to “reject convention” and utilize the services of their new intellectual property boutique on Feinberg Day Alberti & Thompson’s website. Their Palo Alto, Calif., firm is unusual because it staffs every … Continue reading

Feinberg Day featured in the Daily Journal

Ian Feinberg and Elizabeth Day discuss the genesis, direction and business model of Feinberg Day.

Feinberg Day was recently featured in a February 24, 2011, article titled “Partners-Only IP Boutique Opens.”

Law360 covers the opening of Feinberg Day

Feinberg Day featured in Law360.

On February 24, 2011, Law360 featured the opening of Feinberg Day entitled “DLA Piper, Mayer Brown IP Attys Form Boutique Firm.” In the article, Elizabeth Day and Marc Belloli discuss the advantages of the new firm what will set Feinberg … Continue reading