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Turner Boyd Lawyers Even More “Super” in 2016

August 15th, 2016|

Karen Boyd, Julie Turner, and Josh Masur were all named to the 2016 Northern California Super Lawyers list for intellectual property litigation. Esha Bandyopadhyay, Zhuanjia (“Jia Jia”) Gu, and Robert Kent were named to the 2016 Northern California Rising Stars list, which is limited to lawyers 40 and under or in practice for […]

Turner Boyd Holds Second Annual “Interesting Conversations” Dinner

July 8th, 2016|

Turner Boyd held its second annual “Interesting Conversations” dinner on June 24, 2016. Prof. Ken Goldberg presented “Robots with their Heads in the Clouds,” a discussion of the next generation of robots, superhuman surgery, and cloud-based robotics. (Here’s a NY Times article about Ken:

Turner Boyd Wins “Remarkable” Preliminary Injunction for Rearden LLC in High-Profile Ownership Dispute Over Award-Winning FX Technology

July 6th, 2016|

On June 17, 2016, a federal judge in San Francisco issued a preliminary injunction targeting a Chinese company that purportedly owns the facial motion capture technology known as MOVA, which was developed by Rearden LLC. Turner Boyd attorneys successfully argued that Rearden would likely be able to show that the MOVA technology had […]

Turner Boyd Wins First EDTX Patent Jury Verdict of 2016

July 5th, 2016|

SteelSeries Team

Attracted by its reputation for favoring plaintiffs, patentees file more cases in the Eastern District of Texas than any other district. But after almost two years of litigation, it took a Marshall, Texas jury less than two hours to completely exonerate Turner Boyd clients SteelSeries ApS and […]

Julie Turner Named One of the Top 250 Women In IP for 2016

May 12th, 2016|

Managing Intellectual Property magazine has included Turner Boyd partner Julie Turner in a list of the Top 250 Women in IP for 2016. The list recognizes accomplished female IP practitioners from around the world. Only 32 attorneys in California were selected. Click here […]

Turner Boyd Celebrates the New Ronald McDonald House at Stanford

May 10th, 2016|

Turner Boyd congratulates the Ronald McDonald House at Stanford on the opening of an exciting new facility! The Ronald McDonald House–where Turner Boyd partner Karen Boyd is President of the Board–provides families in need a place to live while their children are treated at Stanford Hospital. The new Ronald McDonald House adds […]

Turner Boyd Attorneys Speak at The Berkeley Center for Law & Technology

March 31st, 2016|


On March 29, 2016, Turner Boyd partner Esha Bandyopadhyay and associates Keeley Vega and Jacob Zweig gave a presentation to students at Berkeley Law, sponsored by the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology. Our topic was “Client Management: One Size Does Not Fit All”. We provided students with advice […]

Josh Masur Speaks on Venue Issues Affecting Nonpracticing Entity Litigation

March 9th, 2016|

Every year, a select group of in-house lawyers and outside counsel whose practices focus on defending against nonpracticing entities (or “NPEs”) are invited to participate in the SAS Forum on NPE Litigation. At the 2016 forum, held in early March, Turner Boyd partner Joshua Masur presented an analysis of varying practices and outcomes […]

Karen Boyd Nominated for Outstanding IP Litigator, California by Managing IP Magazine

February 18th, 2016|

Turner Boyd partner Karen Boyd has been nominated for a Managing IP award for Outstanding IP Litigator, California. Managing IP is a magazine that provides news and analysis on intellectual property issues. Each year, Managing IP recognizes outstanding firms and individuals in intellectual property. To see the complete list of nominees […]

Patent Progress Article Explains Julie Turner’s “Efficient Infringement” Theory

February 7th, 2016|

Patent Progress posted an article discussing “efficient infringement”, a concept from a 1998 article Turner Boyd partner Julie Turner published in the Berkeley Law Review. Recently, this phrase has come to mean that companies may find it more cost effective to intentionally infringe a patent and fight in court if necessary rather than […]