We are pleased to announce that we have changed our name Singer Cashman LLP in recogniton of Adam Cashman's outstanding service to the Firm and its clients.
Singer Cashman is happy to report that our client has resolved its differences with defendant Palo Alto Networks by mutual agreement pursuant to which they entered into a confidential settlement agreement.
Singer Cashman is happy to report that client Software Research, Inc. has resolved its differences with defendant Dynatrace, LLC by mutual agreement on confidential terms.
The District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, Judge Rodney Gilstrap presiding, today entered an order denying defendant Palo Alto Networks, Inc.’s motion to transfer, despite Palo Alto Networks’s arguments that its primary place of business and relevant witnesses and documents are all in Northern California. In defeating Palo Alto Networks’s transfer motion, Singer Cashman again showed its ability to win even the toughest motions for our clients.
Singer Cashman today filed a new matter for Software Research, Inc. against Dynatrace LLC. Software Research is managed by Edward Miller, prolific inventor named on all Software Research patents. Singer Cashman continues to assist Software Research in protecting its patent rights, including through litigation when necessary.
The Singer Cashman partners are proud to welcome Walt Pfeffer into their ranks. Walt joined the firm in January 2014 after nearly five years in the New York office of Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan. In the four years he’s been with Singer Cashman, Walt has handled a wide variety of cases, including trademark infringement, business dispute, trade secret misappropriation, contract, fraud, structured finance, and construction defect matters. Given Walt’s prov… full story
Singer Cashman is happy to report that our client has resolved its differences with defendant Trend Micro, Inc. by mutual agreement pursuant to which they entered into a confidential settlement agreement.
Singer Cashman today successfully defeated summary judgment motions for noninfringement filed by Trend Micro, Inc. against our client. The firm also won numerous mission-critical motions in limine, as well as defeating Trend Micro’s motion to strike portions of Implicit’s expert reports.
The firm won another mission-critical motion for a pair of startup companies today, this time in the context of the ongoing Uber/Waymo litigation. Judge Corley ruled that Uber’s subpoenas to the firm’s third-party clients were overbroad, and that the companies would not be required to provide information regarding a number of sensitive topics. In the Silicon Valley world where stealth operation can be the difference between success and failure, this ruling once again s… full story
Singer Cashman has been retained to represent a number of third party entities in the headline-grabbing suit Waymo LLC v. Uber Technologies, Inc., which is currently pending in the Northern District of California, as well as the related arbitration Google Inc. v. Levandowski. The firm is excited to sink its teeth into yet another high-stakes, high-tech case.