December 7, 2016
An article written by Fitch Even partner Nicole L. Little is featured in the November/December 2016 issue of Landslide magazine, published by the ABA Section of Intellectual Property Law.
In her article, “Gambling on Patentable Subject Matter: The Intersection of Daily Fantasy Sports and Patent Litigation,” Nikki explains how as daily fantasy sports have grown to become a billion-dollar business, patent issues have emerged. She discusses in particular two major groups of patent lawsuits daily fantasy sports providers have grappled with during the past year.
To access the article online, please visit the ABA website.
Nikki focuses her law practice primarily on patent litigation. In addition, she has notable experience in patent prosecution, licensing, and clearance and opinion work. Nikki also counsels clients on the IP issues that arise in corporate advertising, marketing, and promotions.
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