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Singer/Bea Files New Implicit Matters

Singer/Bea today filed two new cases against Defendants NETSCOUT Systems, Inc. and Sandvine Corp. for Implicit, LLC.  Implicit is managed by Edward Balassanian, prolific inventor named on all Implicit patents.  Though numerous cases filed in multiple districts on differing patent families and technologies, Singer/Bea continues to work to provide Implicit reasonable compensation for its contributions to the computer technology field.

Singer/Bea Defeats Transfer Motion

The District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, Judge Rodney Gilstrap presiding, today entered an order denying defendant Palo Alto Networks, Inc.’s motion to transfer, despite Palo Alto Networks’s arguments that its primary place of business and relevant witnesses and documents are all in Northern California.  Singer/Bea represented plaintiff Implicit, LLC in opposing Palo Alto Networks’s transfer motion, and again showed its ability to win even the toughest moti… full story

Singer/Bea Continues To Protect Software Research, Inc.’s Patent Rights

Singer/Bea today filed a new matter for Software Research, Inc. against Dynatrace LLC.  Software Research is managed by Edward Balassanian, prolific inventor named on all Software Research patents.  Singer/Bea continues to assist Software Research in protecting its patent rights, including through litigation when necessary.

The Firm Celebrates New Partner Walt Pfeffer

The Singer/Bea partners are proud to welcome Walt Pfeffer into their ranks.  Walt joined the firm in January 2014 after nearly five years in the New York office of Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan.  In the four years he’s been with Singer/Bea, Walt has handled a wide variety of cases, including trademark infringement, business dispute, trade secret misappropriation, contract, fraud, structured finance, and construction defect matters.  Given Walt’s proven histo… full story

Singer/Bea Obtains Settlement For Implicit

Singer/Bea is happy to report that client Implicit, LLC has resolved its differences with defendant Trend Micro, Inc. by mutual agreement pursuant to which they entered into a confidential settlement agreement.

Singer/Bea Wins Multiple Pretrial Motions And Defeats Summary Judgment

Singer/Bea today successfully defeated summary judgment motions for noninfringement filed by Trend Micro, Inc. against client Implicit, LLC.  The firm also won numerous mission-critical motions in limine, as well as defeating Trend Micro’s motion to strike portions of Implicit’s expert reports.  Implicit’s trial against Trend Micro is scheduled to begin in early November.

 

Singer/Bea Files Construction Defect Complaint

Today the firm filed a construction defect complaint in the Complex Division of Los Angeles Superior Court styled Long Beach Airport Hangar Owner LLC v. Environ Architecture Inc.  This case represents exactly the combination of complex facts and law that the attorneys at Singer/Bea thrive on, and the we look forward to proving our case.

 

Singer/Bea Takes Over Representation Of Implicit, LLC

The firm today began representing Implicit, LLC in its efforts to license its patented technology.  Implicit is managed by Edward Balassanian, prolific inventor named on all Implicit patents.  Through numerous cases filed in multiple districts on differing patent families and technologies, Singer/Bea continues to work to provide Implicit reasonable compensation for its contributions to the computer technology field.

 

Singer/Bea Wins Motion To Protect Startups In Uber/Waymo

The firm won another mission-critical motion for a pair of startup companies today, this time in the context of the ongoing Uber/Waymo litigation.  Judge Corley ruled that Uber’s subpoenas to the firm’s third-party clients were overbroad, and that the companies would not be required to provide information regarding a number of sensitive topics.  In the Silicon Valley world where stealth operation can be the difference between success and failure, this ruling once again s… full story