The article discusses a recent case heard by the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC), Cancer Research Technology, Ltd. v. Barr Laboratories (CRT v. Barr). Carlin and Davis summarize the current state of the law on prosecution laches in view of CRT v. Barr and provide guidelines for practitioners needing to balance client needs with equitable obligations of timely prosecution.
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IP attorney Stephen (Steve) Schaetzel has joined McKeon, Meunier, Carlin & Curfman, LLC as a Principal, adding further strength and depth to the intellectual property firm’s growing litigation practice. Steve joins on the heels of his recent colleague, Tony Askew, who brought his practice to McKeon Meunier in May 2011.
ATLANTA – Christopher Curfman, Ph.D., a founder and principal at McKeon, Meunier, Carlin & Curfman, LLC, presented at the American Chemical Society’s Chemical Entrepreneurship Webinar series on June 16, 2011. Dr. Curfman spoke on “Protecting Your Idea and Safeguarding Your Business Structure.”
ATLANTA – IP attorneys Lawrence “Larry” Aaronson and Anthony “Tony” B. Askew have joined McKeon, Meunier, Carlin & Curfman as principals, bringing added depth to the firm’s intellectual property capabilities and helping to meet the needs of a growing roster of clients. Mr. Aaronson and Mr. Askew broaden the firm’s ability to address all aspects of intellectual property, including litigation services.
ATLANTA – McKeon, Meunier, Carlin & Curfman, LLC is pleased to announce that Founding Principal Tina Williams McKeon, Ph.D. has been included in the 2011 Georgia Super Lawyers List. She has been named a "Super Lawyer" every year since 2008.