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Can One Predict an Outcome of a Trial?

There is no surefire way to predict the outcome of a trial, as many factors can influence the decision of a judge or jury. However, some methods that can be used to estimate the likely outcome include: Reviewing past decisions and precedents set by the judge or court. Assessing the strength of the evidence and

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Klein Trial Lawyers: Defending Businesses for Over 20 Years

Robert G. Klein’s firm, Klein Trial Lawyers, has been helping Los Angeles and California clients with their intricate business litigation cases since 1994. He has handled numerous complex cases involving trademark infringement, breach of contract, trade secret litigation, unfair competition and business and shareholder disputes. How Has Klein Trial Lawyers Helped Businesses? For one client, our firm secured a unanimous jury verdict

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What Can We Learn From The Apple Lawsuit Over Affirmative Misrepresentation?

A United States District Judge in San Francisco has dismissed a lawsuit against Apple Inc., because the plaintiffs failed to deliver strong enough proof that Apple made affirmative misrepresentations. The plaintiffs had accused Apple of selling computers with defects, while billing the laptops as the “most advanced” computers on sale. The judge found that the computers

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Business Attorney Protecting Trade Secrets

LOS ANGELES, Calif., Sept. 21, 2012 — Los Angeles business litigation attorneyRobert G. Klein said that the 41-year-old naturalized citizen recently sentenced to four years in federal prison after being convicted of stealing trade secrets from Motorola calls attention to the steps that all businesses need to take to protect confidential information. The Chinese-born software engineer reportedly had

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Remembering 9/11

The 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center changed the course of American history. Klein Trial Lawyers would like to take a moment and remember the men and women who lost their lives that day. We would also like to express our sincerest gratitude to the brave service members fighting overseas, protecting our rights on a daily

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Biggest Patent Changes in 60 Years

Last fall saw what most intellectual property experts regard as the biggest change to patent law in the US since the Patent Act of 1952. On September 16, 2011, President Obama signed the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act (“AIA”) into law, and it brought several major changes to patent law in the United States. This week

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Threats to Trade Secrets Keep Growing

Although trade secrets law is, at least for now, a mix of state and federal law, the trend has been for it to increasingly become federal and uniform. This is largely a result of its increasing importance. Companies’ most valuable assets today are no longer physical plants and raw materials, but intellectual property and employee

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California Businesses and Unfair Competition Law

Two forces shape unfair competition law in California – the Unfair Competition Law (“UCL”) itself and 2004’s Proposition 64, which California voters passed to limit the right to sue on unfair competition grounds in certain circumstances. Additional details on unfair competition law are available from a Los Angeles business litigation lawyer. What constitutes unfair competition? The

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