According to "The List" published by the Phoenix Business Journal, Venjuris, P.C. is ranked seventh among law firms that practice intellectual
As the world’s largest online retailer, Alibaba regularly encounters trouble with brand owners for counterfeits sold on its websites. On May 5, 2015,
It is Thanksgiving Week in the U.S. and all of us at Venjuris hope you are happy, healthy, and surrounded by people you love. We wanted to take a few
At Venjuris we specialize in vigorously prosecuting and defending claims in Federal and State Court, particularly intellectual property matters, but
Now that Holiday season is around the corner, we are all excited to celebrate the holidays, yet apprehensive of what we should be eating and what we
The USPTO is changing the method for correcting foreign priority claims to comport with the fact that the America Invents Act (AIA) makes foreign
During Chinese President Xi Jinping’s recent visit to the United States, President Obama announced that the U.S. and China reached a common
Patentees Beware: District Court awards attorney’s fees to Defendant for its work on Inter Partes Reexamination.
The Patent Act authorizes discretionary awards of “reasonable attorney’s fees” to “prevailing parties” in “exceptional” patent cases. 35 U.S.C. §285.
Arizona State University’s Edson Student Entrepreneur Initiative is now in its 11th year. Each year, student start-ups apply to be chosen for this