Wittliff | Cutter partner John Saba won a patent infringement lawsuit on behalf of its client Lone Star. After a five day trial, an 8 person jury unanimously found Defendant ASUS had infringed Lone Star’s patent on display technology and awarded a reasonable royalty for damages. To learn more about the case, read the Law 360 article covering the trial.
Wittliff Cutter has been named a 2021 Best Place for Working Parents™ by Early Matters Greater Austin, a coalition of business leaders founded by United Way for Greater Austin and E3 Alliance.
On November 19, 2020, in a 3-2 vote, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) adopted certain amendments as part of its plan to modernize, simplify, and enhance Regulation S-K disclosure requirements applicable to publicly traded companies.
Katherine Chiarello, María Amelia Calaf and Brittney Mollman Join the TCWLA this Wednesday to Discuss Taking, Defending, and Preparing for a Deposition.
Wittliff Cutter filed an amicus brief with the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals in support of Terence Tremaine Andrus.
Wittliff Cutter is thrilled to announce the creation of the 2020 Wittliff Cutter Fellowship to provide training, development and work experience in a law firm environment to an outstanding Texas law school graduate. Wittliff Cutter started the Fellowship to build on our commitment to the local legal community and our commitment to diversity in the profession during this challenging time. Devon O. Asphall is the firm’s first Fellow. Wittliff Cutter is proud to welcome Devon to the firm.
Wittliff | Cutter PLLC continues to expand its litigation practice with the addition of new Partner Asra Syed.
On March 17, 2020, the City of Austin issued an order concerning community gatherings, effectively limiting the number of people that can be in any one room at a given time in an effort to combat the COVID-19 virus. The restrictions on community gatherings take effect at 12 p.m. on Tuesday, March 17, and will continue until at least May 1, 2020.