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New PatentlyO Law Journal Essay: Is Global FRAND Litigation Spinning Out of Control?

New PatentlyO Patent Law Journal article by Thomas F. Cotter, Taft Stettinius & Hollister Professor of Law, University of Minnesota Law School, and Innovators Network Foundation Intellectual Property Fellow.  Professor Cotter is also the author of the Comparative Patent Remedies blog.  Abstract:  It has often been observed that, while patent rights are territorial in scope, commerce is global and, increasingly, interconnected.  Indeed, with the advent of 5G and the Internet of Things (IoT), tec...
Tags: Google, Law, Dc, Patent, Alice, Federal Trade Commission, Donald, Thomas, PAUL, Mayo, Duffy, Cotter, Ninth Circuit, Patent Office, Federal Circuit, ARIAD


Exclusive Burn It All Trailer & Poster Starring Elizabeth Cotter

Exclusive Burn It All Trailer & Poster Starring Elizabeth Cotter ComingSoon.net is debuting the exclusive trailer and poster for Vertical Entertainment’s upcoming action movie Burn It All, starring Elizabeth Cotter (Z Nation). You can check out the trailer now in the player below as well as the full poster! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; ...
Tags: Video, Movies, Nate Parker, Cotter, Moretz, ComingSoon, Movie News, Vertical Entertainment, Burn It All, Elizabeth Cotter, Elizabeth Cotter ComingSoon, Brady Hall Scrapper, Emily Gateley Aberdeen Ryan Postell, Seattle Elena Flory Barnes, Greg Michaels Cthulhu, Deborah Capstone Nancy Frye


Why A 2020 Election Exodus From US May Not Be That Easy: ‘People Are Stuck Here’

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Tags: News, Mexico, US, Local, Seen On, Sacramento, Canada, New Zealand, Cbs, Don, Cotter, Lindahl, Russ Jones, 2020 Election, Coronavirus, United States International Living


New PatentlyO Law Journal Essay: Two Errors in the Ninth Circuit’s Qualcomm Opinion

New PatentlyO Law Journal article by Thomas F. Cotter, Taft Stettinius & Hollister Professor of Law, University of Minnesota Law School, and Innovators Network Foundation Intellectual Property Fellow.  Professor Cotter is also the author of the Comparative Patent Remedies blog.  Abstract: On August 11, 2020, the Ninth Circuit handed down its opinion in Federal Trade Commission v. Qualcomm Inc., reversing the district court’s judgment in favor of the FTC. This essay argues that the Court of Appe...
Tags: Google, Microsoft, Law, Dc, Qualcomm, Patent, Journal, Alice, Federal Trade Commission, Ftc, Donald, Thomas, PAUL, Court of Appeals, Mayo, Duffy


New Revelations About Stone And Wikileaks Cast Mueller As ‘Hamlet’

Newly revealed portions of the Mueller report serve as a reminder of where the investigation stopped short in its probe of GOP operative Roger Stone. The portions — which had been redacted last year due to secrecy surrounding Stone’s then-ongoing prosecution — reveal both that Stone told President Trump and other high-ranking members of Trump’s 2016 election bid that Wikileaks intended to release unspecified, embarrassing information about Hillary Clinton, and that the special prosecutor was ...
Tags: News, Gop, Hillary Clinton, Manhattan, Wikileaks, Hamlet, Doj, Clinton, Akerman, Trump, Michael Cohen, Roger Stone, Cotter, Stone, Mueller, Robert Mueller


All the companies from Y Combinator’s W20 Demo Day, Part III: Hardware, Robots, AI and Developer Tools

Y Combinator’s Demo Day was a bit different this time around. As concerns grew over the spread of COVID-19, Y Combinator shifted the event format away from the two-day gathering in San Francisco we’ve gotten used to, instead opting to have its entire class debut to invited investors and media via YC’s Demo Day website. In a bit of a surprise twist, YC also moved Demo Day forward one week, citing accelerated pacing from investors. Alas, this meant switching up its plan for each company to have...
Tags: Google, Startups, TC, Lyft, Y Combinator, Spacex, NYC, Stanford, India, San Francisco, Tech, Department Of Defense, Nasa, Turing, Yc, Da Vinci


Rachel Louise Snyder: ‘Domestic abuse is as common as rain'

Rachel Louise Snyder talks about the personal history behind her award-winning book, No Visible Bruises, which charts the shocking rise of familial violence against women in the USIn 2002, Dorothy Giunta-Cotter was shot and killed in her own home in Massachusetts by her husband and relentless abuser of 20 years, William Cotter. He then turned the gun on himself. Dorothy, 35, had fled from him with their two daughters a few days earlier because Cotter had begun to hurt their 11-year-old, but she ...
Tags: Books, UK, England, Wales, Massachusetts, US, Society, Domestic Violence, Culture, Dorothy, World Health Organization WHO, Snyder, Cotter, Rachel Louise Snyder, Society books, Dorothy Giunta Cotter


A capsule look at teams in the Tim Hortons Brier

KINGSTON, Ont. — A team-by-team look at the field for the 2020 Tim Hortons Brier, including skip, teammates, home club, background information and ranking:———Team CanadaSkip: Kevin KoeTeammates: B.J. Neufeld (third), Colton Flasch (second) and Ben Hebert (lead) from the Glencoe Club in Calgary.Background: Koe will try to win his record fifth Tim Hortons Brier as a skip. He scored two in the 10th end for a dramatic 4-3 win over Brendan Bottcher in last year's final at Brandon, Man. CTRS Ran...
Tags: News, Toronto, Canada, Newfoundland, Cornwall, John, Kingston, Alberta, Calgary, Edmonton, Kennedy, Saskatchewan, Ontario, Manitoba, Howard, Winnipeg


‘Stunning:’ Former Federal Prosecutors Aghast At DOJ Reversal In Stone Case

Several former federal prosecutors told TPM Tuesday that they were shocked by the news that the Justice Department was scaling back its sentencing recommendation for Roger Stone — an announcement that was made after President Trump tweeted angrily about a recommendation that had already been filed in court less than 24 hours earlier. Former DOJ officials called the situation unprecedented, embarrassing, and, in the words of one former U.S. attorney, “a shocking erosion of DOJ independence tha...
Tags: News, Washington Post, Michigan, Doj, Justice Department, Miller, Trump, Tierney Sneed, Roger Stone, Cotter, Stone, TPM, Matt Miller, Barbara McQuade, U S Sentencing Commission, Patrick Cotter


Transit-oriented development: Housing cures or congestion creator?

Are transit-centric urban development are driving up costs and exacerbating the problem they’re designed to fix – the lack of affordable housing? Transit-oriented development (TOD) is so named for providing high-density housing near bus or rail lines, often accompanied by limited parking and taller height than otherwise would be allowed. The developments are touted as a way to provide affordable housing to residents who don’t need a car. But critics assert that the rezoning required for the deve...
Tags: Business, Real Estate, News, California, Housing, Senate, Los Angeles, Sport, Development, Chicago, Soccer, United States, Bill, Oakland, Berkeley, University Of California


Trump Declares Victory Now But Other Legal Troubles Loom In New York

NEW YORK (AP) — President Donald Trump may be reveling in what he sees as “complete and total exoneration” from special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, but his legal perils are far from over. Federal and state investigators in New York are deep into investigations of their own into Trump and those in his orbit, probes that some observers have long viewed as every bit as menacing as Mueller’s two-year look into possible collusion with Russia to influence the 2016 presidential election. “T...
Tags: Florida, New York, Chris Christie, News, Congress, White House, Russia, NFL, Ap, Fbi, New York Times, New Jersey, Manhattan, Playboy, Msnbc, Donald Trump


A capsule look at teams entered in the Canadian men's curling championship

A team-by-team look at teams competing in the Canadian men's curling championship March 1-10 in Brandon, Man.TEAM CANADASkip: Brad GushueTeammates (third to lead): Mark Nichols, Brett Galland, Geoff Walker.Club: Bally Haly Golf and Curling Club, St. John's, N.L.Background: Going for the three-peat, only Randy Ferbey's Edmonton team has won three straight Canadian titles (2001-03).CTRS Ranking: 5___BRITISH COLUMBIASkip: Jim CotterTeammates: Steve Laycock, Tyrel Griffith, Rick Sawat...
Tags: News, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, John, St Louis, Alberta, Edmonton, Crete, Thompson, Saskatchewan, Ontario, Manitoba, Yukon, Regina, Vernon, Cotter


13 Cookbook Recipes To Slay New Year's Food Resolutions With Flavor

New year, new food resolution. Whether your start to 2019 is all about eating more greens, honing a set of lackluster cooking chops, or just saving some extra dough by skipping weeknight takeout, having the right support is key. While the internet is an ever-flowing source of recipe inspiration, the endless searchable options out there can feel overwhelming — especially when specific and resolve-testing resolutions come into play. So, instead of blindly blog-searching, we're turning to the clas...
Tags: Amazon, Fashion, Music, Cook, Abc, Clarkson, Roma, Adam Levine, Hunt, Christopher Testani, Cotter, Iyer, Melissa Clark, Grated Parmesan, Hardie Grant, Penguin Random House LLC


Is Congress Putting Mueller’s Probe At Risk By Subpoenaing His Witnesses?

It’s no surprise that now that Michael Cohen has flipped on the President, and has pleaded guilty to lying to Congress, that lawmakers are eager to talk to him. The Senate Intelligence Committee subpoenaed him on Tuesday, while members of House Intelligence are floating to do the same. Cohen has for years served in Trump’s inner circle as his fixer, and his decision last year to cooperate in special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation as well as other federal investigations has made him perha...
Tags: New York, News, Congress, Russia, Iran, National Security Council, House Intelligence Committee, Senate Intelligence Committee, Akerman, Trump, Tierney Sneed, Cohen, Michael Cohen, Cotter, Adam Schiff, Oliver North


11 Cookbook Recipes To Slay New Year's Food Resolutions With Flavor

New year, new food resolution. Whether your start to 2019 is all about eating more greens, honing a set of lackluster cooking chops, or just saving some extra dough by skipping weeknight takeout, having the right support is key. While the internet is an ever-flowing source of recipe inspiration, the endless searchable options out there can feel overwhelming — especially when specific and resolve-testing resolutions come into play. So, instead of blindly blog-searching, we're turning to the clas...
Tags: Amazon, Fashion, Music, Abc, Clarkson, Roma, Hunt, Christopher Testani, Cotter, Iyer, Melissa Clark, Grated Parmesan, Hardie Grant, Penguin Random House LLC, David Loftus, Molly Gilbert


New Michael Cohen Plea Draws Mueller Probe Ever Closer To Trump

By entering into his first plea deal with special counsel Robert Mueller on Thursday, Michael Cohen drew the federal Russia investigation closer to his one-time boss, President Donald Trump. In a major development in that probe, Cohen’s criminal information linked Trump’s foreign business interests with his 2016 campaign for president. It puts Cohen in touch with Trump, Trump’s family and high-level Russian government officials about efforts to develop a new project in Moscow just months before ...
Tags: News, Putin, Congress, Russia, House, Iowa, Moscow, Manhattan, Donald Trump, Abc News, Senate Intelligence Committee, St Petersburg, Rudy Giuliani, Akerman, Trump, Allegra Kirkland


Sterling Partners’ EOF funds Big Blue Marble Academy

Sterling Partners’ Education Opportunity Fund has made an investment in Big Blue Marble Academy, an early childhood education provider. No financial terms were disclosed. PRESS RELEASE CHICAGO – November 28, 2018 — Sterling Partners’ Education Opportunity Fund (“EOF”) announced today its investment in Big Blue Marble Academy (“BBMA”), a growing early childhood education organization that operates twenty-two community-based schools and six public elementary afterschool programs in South Carolina,...
Tags: Texas, Trends, Chicago, Scott, Cotter, EOF, Nan, BBMA, Rikard, Sterling Partners, PE Deals, Brian Schwartz, Strada Education Network, Big Blue Marble, Big Blue Marble Academy, Sterling Partners ' Education Opportunity Fund


Mueller Wouldn’t Accuse Manafort Of Lying Without Major Proof, Experts Say

With about 300 words in a Monday evening court filing, special counsel Robert Mueller revealed a major twist in his ongoing Russia investigation: that Paul Manafort — the former Trump campaign chairman who, after his conviction, agreed to cooperate with prosecutors — had violated his plea deal by repeatedly lying to investigators since signing it. Mueller did not say much else — and Manafort’s own attorneys disagreed, claiming in the filing that Manafort “believes he has provided truthful inf...
Tags: News, Virginia, Russia, Dc, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Akerman, Trump, Tierney Sneed, Watergate, Cotter, Alex Whiting, WHITING, Mueller, Harvard Law, Whitewater, Robert Mueller


How In Danger Is Robert Mueller’s Probe Under Trump’s Man Matthew Whitaker?

If new acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker is seeking to kill off special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe, he may try to do so not with a bang but a whimper. Former federal prosecutors, defense attorneys and outside observers of Mueller’s investigation tell TPM that they believe the probe is more to vulnerable subtle attempts to influence or stymie it, rather than any dramatic action to remove the special counsel himself. Sparking their concern is Whitaker’s record of criticizing Mueller as ...
Tags: News, Congress, Washington Post, Washington, Senate, White House, Defense, Fbi, United States, Washington Dc, House, Iowa, Cia, Justice Department, Akerman, Trump


One More Word On How Mueller Should Be Feeling About The Manafort Mistrial Counts

On Wednesday, I talked to a few former prosecutors/white collar defense attorney types for two stories — one with my colleague Caitlin MacNeal — about how Paul Manafort’s legal team was able to sow doubt in the jury, which was deadlocked on 10 of the 18 counts, and about the next steps post-trial, including whether either side will ask for a new trial. A quote from one of those former prosecutors, Patrick Cotter, who worked on the John Gotti case, sums up what I think the big takeaway is for ...
Tags: News, Caitlin Macneal, Tierney Sneed, Ellis, Cotter, John Gotti, Paul Manafort, Patrick Cotter, U S District Judge T S Ellis, Prime Beta, The Manafort Trials


What Comes Next In The Manafort Case?

That fat lady has not yet sung in the Paul Manafort case, despite a verdict delivered Tuesday in Virginia federal court finding the former Trump campaign chairmen guilty of eight counts of bank fraud and tax fraud, and the jury hung on 10 others. First of all, there’s a whole separate trial set to begin in D.C. next month, where special counsel Robert Mueller has brought charges against Manafort of money laundering and failure to disclose foreign lobbying. Manafort has pleaded not guilty. But...
Tags: News, Virginia, Trump, Tierney Sneed, Ellis, Cotter, Robert Mueller, Manafort, Paul Manafort, Patrick Cotter, U S District Judge T S Ellis, Prime Beta, Harry Sandick, The Manafort Trials


How The Manafort Defense Team Succeeded In Sowing Doubt With The Jury

After four days of deliberation on the tax fraud and bank fraud charges against Paul Manafort in the Virginia trial, the jury revealed Tuesday that it was hopelessly deadlocked on 10 of the 18 counts he faced, all of which related to charges on bank fraud and failure to report foreign bank reports. It was on these counts that the defense focused its efforts to persuade the jury that the government failed to make its case and the 10 mistrial counts suggest that the defense was somewhat effective ...
Tags: News, Virginia, Trump, Caitlin Macneal, Cotter, FBAR, Federal Savings Bank, Manafort, Paul Manafort, Steve Calk, Patrick Cotter, Richard Gates, Calk, U S District Judge T S Ellis, Muckraker, Richard Westling


Witness For The Prosecution: How Rick Gates Went From Paul Manafort’s Protégé To His Greatest Nemesis

He’s been called Paul Manafort’s “right-hand-man,” his “protegé,” and even Manafort’s “rabbi.” Now Rick Gates — who, at one time, was also Manafort’s co-defendant — is expected to be the key witness against his old business partner and mentor in his trial on bank and tax fraud charges. After a rocky road to cooperating with special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe, Gates is expected to provide critical testimony against Manafort, whose own attorney has called Gates the “heart” of the govern...
Tags: News, White House, Virginia, Russia, US, Ukraine, Cnn, Fbi, United States, Manhattan, Donald Trump, Republican National Committee, Gates, Akerman, Trump, Tierney Sneed


Inspiration to the outlaw Porsche movement, the Dean Jeffries Carrera was once actually owned by an outlaw

Photos courtesy Bonhams, except where noted. In 1971, all Jack Walter knew about the 1956 Porsche he’d just bought off his friend’s older sister was that it needed some body and paint work to straighten out a crunched nose. He couldn’t have known that he would end up restoring that car decades later with the assistance of its builder and one of Jack’s boyhood heroes, Dean Jeffries, or that it made its way from Jeffries’s garage to his own thanks in part to a bank robber and a murderer. Then 19 ...
Tags: California, Georgia, Fbi, Brooklyn, Porsche, Auctions, Italy, Autos, Buffalo, Jack, Mercedes, Pebble Beach, Carrera, James Dean, Walter, Southern California


Automoblog Book Garage: Ford Model T Coast to Coast

Ginormous pancakes at the Viking Grill, the first Casey’s General Store, and a top secret World War II base: all on the itinerary for author Tom Cotter and photographer Michael Alan Ross in Ford Model T Coast to Coast. The book is a retelling of their cross-country adventure: a nearly 4,000-mile journey through the heart of America in a 1926 Ford Model T named “Something Special.” Slow Ride Ford Model T Coast to Coast is really about people and the connections they share with their communities...
Tags: Amazon, Feature, America, United States, Ford, Autos, Nebraska, Bob, Cuba, Nascar, Ross, Cotter, Casey, Ford Model T, Motorbooks, Tom Cotter


Trump’s Cloud Of Legal Woes Will Hang Over Midterm Elections

An unusual scheduling request was made at a court appearance this week involving the New York attorney general’s lawsuit against the Donald J. Trump Foundation. Foundation lawyer Alan Futerfas asked that a hearing related to the complaint, which accuses Trump of using the charity’s funds as a personal piggy bank, be postponed until “after Nov. 6.” That date, perhaps not coincidentally, is the day of the midterm elections. Acknowledging that “people are busy,” Manhattan Supreme Court Judge Salian...
Tags: New York, News, Supreme Court, Obama, Washington, White House, Virginia, Russia, New York City, Reagan, Bloomberg, Fbi, Gop, Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton, Department Of Justice


Vegas Golden Knights 2018 Draft Class

The first big event of the Golden Knights offseason was completed when the 2018 NHL Entry Draft came to an end Saturday afternoon. This was only the team’s second entry draft in their short existence and the Golden Knights were looking to add depth to their top-heavy prospect pool. Although they only had one pick in the first three rounds, Vegas was able to come away with some great pieces to add to their system. Through eight picks, Vegas added three forwards, four defensemen, and a goalie. The...
Tags: London, California, Washington, Russia, Sport, Ncaa, Michigan, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Vegas, Salisbury, TSN, Bouchard, Pittsburgh Penguins, Cotter


7th Annual NHL Mock Draft: 2018, Round 6

2018 NHL Mock Draft: Round 1 2018 NHL Mock Draft: Round 2 2018 NHL Mock Draft: Round 3 2018 NHL Mock Draft: Round 4 2018 NHL Mock Draft: Round 5 2018 NHL Mock Draft: Round 7 2018 NHL Mock Draft: Team Results I do feel there is a talent drop-off and a thinning out from the fifth to the sixth round, generally speaking, with a lot of teams taking flyers outside of the top 150 — be it on long-term projects or a variety of over-agers. That’s typical of any year, so expect as many busts as booms — ...
Tags: Florida, Usa, Sweden, Minnesota, Colorado, Washington, Boston, Russia, Toronto, Los Angeles, Sport, Nas, Stars, Chicago, Austin, Harvard


Paul Manafort’s Day Of Reckoning Might Be Coming Sooner Than We Thought

Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort may have only one more week to wear his famously fancy Italian suits. Manafort will be appearing in front a federal judge in a D.C. courthouse for a June 15 hearing on allegations that he engaged in witness tampering while awaiting trial in special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation. It is possible, and even likely, that U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson will order Manafort — who has been under house arrest since October — into immediate dete...
Tags: News, Virginia, US, Ukraine, Fbi, Gop, Jackson, Akerman, Trump, Tierney Sneed, PAUL, Cotter, Mueller, Ackerman, Robert Mueller, Amy Berman Jackson