Amazon’s Pilot Program for Patent Disputes
Rich Schoenstein and intellectual property partner Mark Rosenberg talk about Amazon’s new pilot program to arbitrate patent disputes involving sellers on its platform, and the potential impact on the sellers, the patent owners and Amazon itself.
Deflating the Union Rat
A conversation between Rich Schoenstein and Labor & Employment Group leader Laurent Drogin about “Scabby” the Union Rat, the use of such protests by unions over the past 30 years, and the current implications on labor disputes, picketing and the First Amendment.
Confidential Information Disclosed
The second of a two-part discussion with Rich Schoenstein and intellectual property lawyer Amy Goldsmith about defining and protecting trade secrets and confidential information, with an emphasis in this part on the latter, broader category, and what steps a company must take to protect its confidential information.
The Secrets of Trade Secrets
The first of a two-part discussion with Rich Schoenstein and intellectual property lawyer Amy Goldsmith about identifying and protecting trade secrets and confidential information. This part is focused on statutorily protected trade secrets – what they are and how to keep them private.
Welcome to 'Law Brief'
In each episode of Law Brief, we take a look at legal matters that are interesting, of the moment or otherwise deserving of attention. We talk about how the law affects each of us and our businesses in a practical way. Hosted by Rich Schoenstein, a partner in the Litigation and Labor & Employment practices at law firm Tarter Krinsky & Drogin.