COJK Welcomes Three New Attorneys

COJK is pleased to announce the addition of three new attorneys to the firm. COJK welcomes patent attorney Jennifer L. Junkin to the firm's mechanical patent practice group, and litigation attorneys Jeffrey E. Danley and Jon T. Self, Ph.D. to the firm's litigation practice ... Read More

Casey Fitzpatrick Participates in WSPLA Panel

COJK patent attorney Casey Fitzpatrick will participate in the upcoming panel discussion, "Recent Developments In Patent Eligibility," hosted by ... Read More

BREXIT: How Will It Affect Your European Union Trademark or Patent?

With the BREXIT date of March 29, 2019 fast approaching, the looming question remains, of what happens if there is no agreement in place by ... Read More

Supreme Court Rules Copyright Registration Required to File Infringement Suit

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled on March 4, 2019 that a U.S. copyright owner can file an infringement suit only after the work has been registered by ... Read More

COJK Sponsors Innovation Roundtable Series

COJK is pleased to sponsor the 2019 Executive Roundtables for the Biomedical Manufacturing Innovation Zone. The organization's primary objective is to ... Read More

George Renzoni Receives Lexology Client Choice Award

Co-managing member George Renzoni, Ph.D. receives the Lexology 2019 Client Choice award for Washington state, in the category of "Intellectual Property - Patents." ... Read More

US Joins Marrakesh Treaty

The United States joined the Marrakesh Treaty as its 50th member, joining the 49 other countries that have already adopted the treaty administered by the World Intellectual Property Organization ... Read More

COJK and Attorneys Named to 2019 WTR 1000

World Trademark Review named COJK and trademark attorneys Everett Fruehling, Jerry Nagae, and Melissa Nowak to the 2019 edition of WTR 1000 - The World's Leading Trademark Professionals. The guide ranks COJK amongst the top ... Read More

ITC To Extend Investigations Due To Government Shutdown

As first reported in Law360, the International Trade Commission (ITC) plans to extend patent cases and other investigations at the ITC for more than one month following the 34 day government shutdown ... Read More

Supreme Court Affirms AIA Did Not Change Meaning of On-Sale Bar

On January 22, 2019, the U.S. Supreme Court held that the 2011 America Invents Act (AIA) did not narrow the scope of the on-sale bar in patent cases, leaving intact the rule that confidential sales of an invention can be ... Read More

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