Author: Case Collard

His practice focuses on patent disputes but includes software licensing, trade secrets, and other commercial litigation. He provides practical and cost effective options alongside creative legal strategies. Case prosecutes and defends cases around the country, primarily in Colorado and California where he is a member of the bar, but also in E.D. Texas, E.D. Virginia, N.D. Illinois, Delaware, and New Jersey. He advocates for clients through all phases of litigation, from pre-trial diligence through trial and post-trial briefing. He is an engineer and registered patent attorney. His technical background allows him to work closely with experts and inventors to fully understand the technology at issue and handle IP disputes at the USPTO or in the courts.

What Comes Next for the NCAA Name, Image, and Likeness Rules?

image by fitzcrittle / Shutterstock.com There have been massive changes in American collegiate sports since this past summer: On June 30, 2021, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (“NCAA”) radically changed course and announced that it would no longer penalize student athletes who profit off of continue reading...

Syncing Workout Music with Licensing Requirements

2019 brought many changes for fitness companies compiling the perfect playlist for group workout classes, especially for at-home virtual classes. Peloton’s most popular product is an indoor bicycle with live streaming and on-demand classes. Music is a key aspect of Peloton’s business because, unsurprisingly, users continue reading...