As Patent Law Evolves, Adli Law Group, P.C. Remains an Invaluable Asset

Two recent landmark Supreme Court decisions serve as an important reminder of the necessity of a knowledgeable and highly skilled patent attorney like Dr. Adli and his team at Adli Law Group.

Jun 12, 2014, 20:30 ET from Adli Law Group, P.C.

LOS ANGELES, June 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Dariush Adli, Ph.D, Esq. has long been known as the IP, patent and copyright lawyer for those in need of legal counsel and protection in fields related science and hi-technology.  The highly renowned litigation attorney has a proven record of success working on behalf of innovators, and at Adli Law Group, P.C., he has built a team of specialized attorneys in various fields of patent, IP and trademark law.  Dr. Adli's law group remain the place to find a top Los Angeles trademark attorney; the services of he and his outstanding legal team are more needed today than ever before as new technologies lead to changes in business on a global scale, making owners of IP more susceptible to patent trolling and other types of frivolous suits.

These changes were recently evidenced by two recent patent litigation decisions handed down by the Supreme Court in which the legal rights of certain patent holders were questioned. In the first case, Nautilus Inc. v. Biosig Instruments Inc., The Supreme Court ruled that patent inventor(s) need to describe the essential elements of their invention and its use with enough clarity that a person skilled in the field could understand it with "reasonable clarity." The New York Times reports that the decision served to reverse a ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit that had originally concluded that a patent could be valid as long as the description of what it claims to do was not "insolubly ambiguous."

In the second case – Limelight Networks Inc. v. Akamai Technologies, Inc. – the Supreme Court overturned a ruling from the appeals court that a patent that had covered a series of steps was not infringed upon if no one person or business carried out all the steps. Essentially, Akamai had accused its competitor, Limelight, of infringing a patent that covered a multipart method Akamai uses to transmit videos and other content to Internet users through services like Yahoo!. Since Limelight only carried out some of the steps in the patented technique, the Supreme Court ruled that it could not be held liable for infringement.

The pair of decisions illustrates the growing concern over frivolous and abusive trend of patent litigation that has made the need for a truly experienced and skilled patent attorney like Dr. Adli and his team at Adli Law Group more essential than ever. Not only is Dr. Adli the founder and president of Adli Law Group, P.C., but he also holds a doctorate in Engineering Physics, and has held a position as Counsel at a large international law firm prior to starting his own firm. This experience has given the distinguished attorney a unique understanding of how to effectively defend the needs of rightful patent holders and innovators. His team is comprised of similarly skilled and well-rounded intellectual property law specialists.

In today's increasingly competitive global marketplace, patent, copyright and all other types of IP law are constantly evolving, and for innovative business professionals in various industries, they are more important than ever. Whether you're a professional at a Fortune 500 company or an up-and-coming entrepreneur, you can do no better than to trust Adli Law Group, P.C. to handle your patent, copyright, trademark, business and litigation needs. To learn more about the firm, please call Adli Law Group, P.C.toll-free at 1-800-817-2949, or visit them online at

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