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Steven Shape is a registered patent attorney and electrical engineer who has represented preeminent technology companies in complex, high-stakes intellectual property litigation and foreign patent and trademark prosecution matters since 1982. Steven Shape has successfully represented clients in complex business litigation concentrating on patent infringement and defending infringement claims, trademark and Lanham Act claims, copyright claims, unfair competition claims, false advertising claims, trade secret claims and related antitrust and business causes. He has served as counsel in a number of jury and bench trials and has extensive experience in all aspects of Federal Court litigation including preliminary injunctions, summary judgments and appeals.

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Injunctions against patent infringement are available in many national court systems, but there are some procedural differences when courts may make injunctions available as a remedy.

The IP protection for software developers is not as strong as it should be in the U.S., but this does not seem to be stopping the development.

Discover the role that AI technologies can play in patents and how they can support and enhance the work of patent professionals.

Under the new rule, foreign-domiciled applicants are now required to use an attorney licensed in the U.S. to file all submissions, including those made through the Trademark Electronic Application System (TEAS).

On April 23, 2019, the China National Intellectual Property Administration (CNIPA) enacted revisions to the country's trademark law.

Dennemeyer & Associates' Frosecution™ solution is a creative approach to patent preparations. In this article featured in WIPR - World IP Review, Steven Shape, Dr. Malte Köllner & Cary Levitt explain how one Dennemeyer office takes responsibility for the entire lifecycle of international patent applications, including filing and prosecution through to grant.

The UDRP and URS mechanisms for tackling cybersquatting each have their own pros and cons, so picking between the two may depend on the specific nature of the case.

United States design patent law changes have streamlined international design patent application filing and the issuance of design patent protection worldwide.

Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) ruled en banc on the validity of patent claims in post grant review proceedings at the PTAB.

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