Helena Camargo is a partner at Posse Herrera Ruiz. She heads the IP Team, overseeing the practice and concentrating on the domestic and international clearance, registration and prosecution of patents, trademarks, copyrights and health registrations. She has extensive experience in handling domestic and international trademark and patent portfolios.
Antitrust enforcement of technology mergers, both high-tech and biotech, has been a hot topic for quite some time. We know that antitrust analysis of these deals may not always be straightforward, and we have questions! Does the analysis of tech deals differ from other industries?
One of the critical intersections between trial and appellate court practice occurs when litigants who want to appeal need to stay enforcement of the judgment or order being appealed.
Most of us were already managing “stress” but how has that stress changed, especially given our new work environments and current uncertainties of Covid-19?
The collaborative use of simple easements can allow existing uses to be protected, new housing development to be approved, full disclosures to be made to buyers, and written rules of future engagement to be established.
Californians have endured a statewide ban on race- and gender-based affirmative action policies since the passage of Proposition 209 in 1996. Proposition 209 was subsequently modeled in multiple states nationwide, and is widely recognized for its devastating impact on efforts to advance racial justice in labor and education.
Whether it’s a chance to connect with others virtually or a chance to get away from attempts to impersonate a teacher, we can all use a break. CLA is offering regular come-as-you-are, informal opportunities to chat with fellow attorneys from around the state via Zoom.
The Litigation and Appellate Summits are going virtual this year. The Summit will kick off with a joint session on Friday, October 9 at 9:30 a.m. for both Litigation and Appellate Summits attendees.
Reparations are a vehicle many groups who have been oppressed have used to provide some recompense. Reparations are a good place to start with dealing with the harm inflicted on marginalized groups, but they are more than just financial. The State of California is currently studying how Reparations for African Americans will look.