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October 2018 Archives

With growing use of EV charging stations comes ADA responsibility

In 2018, California had about 31 percent of the total 48,000 electric vehicle charging stations (EVCS) in the United States. A number of those are provided at hotels and hotel mixed-use properties. That means owners and franchisees have to be aware of ADA compliance regulations for the charging stations.

California’s industrial commercial real estate market is booming

According to a recent report, the California industrial commercial real estate market is booming. Though San Diego isn’t listed among the top five markets in the state, many sources indicate that commercial real estate here is also in high demand.

Part II: Twisting, turning tale of alleged trade secrets theft

Regular readers of our San Diego legal blog know that we recently shared the first half of the story of former Google employee Anthony Levandowski, who helped the company develop self-driving car technology. When he left the California tech giant, however, Levandowski was accused of taking propriety information with him and was the focus of trade secret litigation.

Part I: Twisting, turning tale of alleged trade secrets theft

Seven years ago, a rumor of the imminent corporate demise of one of Google’s most talented engineers began percolating at the self-serve espresso bars in the company’s 3,000,000-square-feet California headquarters. A robotics expert, he was one of the employees spearheading Google’s self-driving car research.

Understanding two major developments in IP litigation

Intellectual property—in the United States and throughout the world—is one of today’s most challenging and exciting fields. The world of intellectual property law is complex, exhilarating and ever-changing. As technology continues to evolve, so does intellectual property litigation. In our global economy, there is a constant battle to develop new intellectual property, which comes with numerous legal implications.

Will San Diego’s Qualcomm prevail in IP dispute with Apple?

Though Qualcomm is headquartered here in San Diego, it has more than 200 facilities spanning the globe. The chip-making giant is embroiled in a patent infringement dispute with another California tech titan: Apple.

Respect between dating app executives despite IP lawsuit

It is a relatively short jaunt north of San Diego to get to Laguna Niguel, an idyllic, modest-sized coastal city in Orange County. The suburb that boasts a population of a little more than 60,000 recently hosted Fortune‘s Most Powerful Women Summit.

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