May 2015– Marbury Law's Robert Hansen presented on the topics of patent issuance, term, certification of correction, disclaimers & maintenance fee payments at this year's American Intellectual Property Law Association "Patent Prosecution Bootcamp"
April 2015 – We are proud to announce that Yvette Hansen has joined The Marbury Law Group in our recently created Staff Accountant role. Yvette is a recent graduate of George Mason University with a Bachelor of Science in Finance and Accounting. She has extensive career experience in the fields of accounting, billing, accounts receivable, accounts payable, and payroll functions within the medical and electric utility industries. Yvette will play a pivotal role to enhance and streamline our client accounting processes and join our Finance team of professionals.
March 2015 – The Marbury Law Group is ranked among the "Top Patent Law Firms of 2014" for issued patents by IP Today, rising 37 spots in the annual survey! The firm experienced a 58% increase in issued utility patents in 2014, with continued growth in early 2015.
February 2015 – Jim Areklett joined The Marbury Law Group as our new Chief Financial Officer/Chief Operating Officer. He has 20+ years of result driven financial, operational and managerial expertise in the legal services industry. He has successfully contributed to and served at prominent local, national and international law firms. Jim is committed to ensuring top notch professional service and desired client results in a prudent and cost effective manner. He is proud to join The Marbury Law Group and contribute to our mission to maximize our clientele’s objectives and results.
September 18, 2015 - The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit ruled that back damages are still available in patent litigations based on laches arguments SCI Hygiene Products v. First Baby Products.
September 17, 2015- The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit rejects a lower court ruling denying Apple a permanent injunction to stop sales of Samsung products that infringe on Apple's patents, in the latest round of Apple v. Samsung litigation.
September 14, 2015 - High Court of England ruled that a landlord of a building featuring a famous graffiti painting held the property rights to sell the artwork (and the associated wall) Banksy Judgement.
September 8, 2015 - The substantive patent law reforms contained in the PATENT ACT proposed by Senator Chuck Grasley (R-Ia) in April 2015 were added to the U.S. Senate calendar for the 114th Congress.
September 1, 2015 - In Dow Chemical Corp. v. Nova Chemical Corp. the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit articulates the differences between new standards for determining whether patent claims are indefinite.