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Jason Habinsky

Matt Deffebach

Laura O'Donnell

 

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Adrian Azer - US

William Cecil - UK

 

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Phil Kim

Jennifer Kreick

 

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Buddy Clark, Jr.

Myles Mantle - UK

Rob Patterson - UK

Maren Strandevold - UK

 

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Emilie Cooper

 

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Suzie Trigg

 

Finance

James Markus

 

Intellectual Property

Mini Kapoor, Ph.D.

 

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Ben Mesches - US

Ann L. Al-Bahish - UK

Michael Mazzone

M.C. Sungaila

 

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Matt Fry

Liza Mark

 

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Alberto de la Peña

 

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Charles Beckham, Jr.

 

09/29/2020

Cal-OSHA Regulatory Landscape

Publication

The potential for autonomous tractors to alleviate labor and fuel costs for farms, while also enabling sustainable practices, will present exciting opportunities.

09/29/2020

AgTech in the Time of COVID-19

Publication

COVID-19 and the sheltering in place rules have produced both winners and losers in the market place for food, ag and the tech used in food production.

09/29/2020

Debbie McComas, Stephanie Sivinski Featured in D Magazine: ‘How the Death Sentence Was Commuted for the Killer of a Dallas Police Officer’

Article

D Magazine interviewed Haynes and Boone Partners Debbie McComas and Stephanie Sivinski about their high-profile pro bono legal win this month involving Juan Lizcano, whose death sentence was ...

09/28/2020

Anne Johnson, Ben Mesches in The Texas Lawbook: ‘Well, That Was Unexpected…’ Panel Considers SCOTX Term

Article

Haynes and Boone, LLP Partners Anne Johnson and Ben Mesches participated in a webcast hosted by The Texas Lawbook about the most important business cases from the Texas Supreme Court’s recent...

09/28/2020

Natasha Breaux in The Texas Lawbook: Houston Federal Judge David Hittner Loves Jury Trials and Good Humor

Publication

Haynes and Boone, LLP Associate Natasha Breaux authored a judicial profile in The Texas Lawbook about U.S. District Judge David Hittner and his belief that enthusiasm and humor are imperative...

09/25/2020

Qualifying for the USPTO’s COVID-19 Prioritized Examination Pilot Program

Publication

When the USPTO launched its COVID-19 Prioritized Examination Pilot Program on May 14, 2020, a key focus was to shorten the timeline to patent protection of COVID-19 related innovations for small busin...

09/25/2020

Initial Observations Regarding the USPTO’s Patents 4 Partnerships Pilot Program

Publication

On May 1, 2020, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) announced the Patents 4 Partnerships (P4P) platform , a pilot program that aims to connect companies who wish to acquire or licens...

09/25/2020

Life Sciences Considerations Regarding Compulsory Licensing, March-In Rights, and the Defense Production Act during COVID-19

Publication

Under pressure to overcome the ongoing global pandemic, the United States government faces political pressure and is motivated to take any and all measures to facilitate the dissemination and use of i...

09/25/2020

Modest Use of Main Street Lending Program Reported as Federal Reserve Continues to Fine Tune Its Features

Alert

A Congressional Panel overseeing the Main Street Lending Program (the “Program”) has indicated that its utilization to date dwarfs the lending capacity of the Program. As of mid-August, eligible lende...

09/25/2020

Protecting Your Inventions on Autonomous Vehicles

Publication

Autonomous vehicles involve an integrated convolution of sensor technology, navigational technology, computing (Artificial Intelligence), power systems, hydraulics, and mechanical manipulators to prov...

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