Vito DeBari and Ted Mlynar belong to the firm's intellectual property and technology practice.
IP attorneys focus primarily on litigation and counseling for technology companies.
Yeda is seeking seeking to have three individuals associated with Yeda to be named co-inventors of a patent.
Rumored suitors include Jones Day, Cooley Godward and unnamed California firm.
Lawsuit concerned patents for a periodontitis treatment.
Before joining Nixon Peabody, Van Dyke was a partner at Dorsey & Whitney.
Third suit in legal battle over process to make contact lenses.
Delaware federal court finds that Shell units copied patented processes for ethylene oxide production.
Lobbying group urges European Parliament to limit criminal liability to commercially motivated counterfeiting.
Trade dress suit concerned Barr's generic version of Shire's Adderall drug for attention-deficit disorder in children.
Complaint alleges that Affymetrix improperly transferred assets to third parties, including proprietary technology.
Darby & Darby, a New York intellectual-property law firm, has hired David Tellekson as managing partner of its new Seattle office, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer reported.
Shearman & Sterling is expected to hire two leading intellectual property specialists from Fish & Neave, Legal Week reported.
Intellectual property litigator Robert Unikel has joined Mayer, Brown, Rowe & Maw LLP's intellectual property practice as a partner in Chicago.
U.S. law firm Kirkpatrick & Lockhart has added an intellectual property team to its New York office with the appointment of Anthony Handal as a partner, Legal Week reported.
Elizabeth Stotland Weiswasser has rejoined the Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP as a partner in the Life Sciences and Intellectual Property practices, working out of the firm's Washington, D.C. and New York offices.
Japan's top drug maker sues Mylan Pharmaceuticals, Watson Pharmaceuticals and Ranbaxy Laboratories over their generic versions of ACTOS (pioglitazone HCl).
Critics claim law would criminalize innocent conduct and extend drug patents another 18 months.
Paychex claims E-chx infringed trademark and hired former employees in violation of non-compete agreements.
ACTV, now part of OpenTV Corp., had accused Disney, along with subsidiaries ABC and ESPN, of infringing three patents for linking television with the internet.