Secret Sales May Qualify as Prior Art Under Section 102(a) of the America Invents Act
Shook Partner Sharon Israel and Of Counsel Kyle Friesen explain a U.S. Supreme Court decision holding that a secret sale of an invention can constitute prior art.
Harmon and Hillman Discuss Discovery of Foreign Regulatory Files
Shook Associates Jason Harmon and Claire Hillman have authored an article for Corporate Counsel Business Journal detailing a change to discovery rules that provides companies with grounds to argue against the discoverability of foreign regulatory files.
Keenan Joins Roundtable on Product Liability Defense
Shook Partner Matt Keenan has participated in a roundtable on product liability defense for Who's Who Legal.
Shook Attorneys Edit Getting the Deal Through: Product Liability 2018
Shook attorneys have contributed to the 2018 edition of Getting the Deal Through: Product Liability, part of a series of publications that provide an overview of areas of law in countries around the world.
What "City Slickers" Can Teach Us About Succeeding in Bioscience
In the July 2018 Colorado BioScience newsletter, Shook Partner Matt Keenan asks companies to consider their approach to risk management through patient-centric policies and practices.
Keenan Lists 7 Common Witness Prep Mistakes
Shook Partner Matt Keenan explains seven of the most common mistakes attorneys make when preparing company witnesses in an article for Law360.