Donika Pentcheva’s research is cited in a law review note published in the Minnesota Law Review, a law review published by students at the University of Minnesota Law School. The note is titled “Mayo, Myriad, and a Muddled Analysis: Do Recent Changes to the Patentable Subject Matter Doctrine Threaten Patent Protecions for Epigenetics-Based Inventions?” The […]
Donika Pentcheva’s research has been cited in a journal article published in the North Carolina Journal of Law & Technology. The article is titled “Juries in U.S. Patent Cases: A Comparative Portrait of the Boundaries of Democracy.” The article can be accessed through the North Carolina Journal of Law & Technology’s Open Access Program, which […]
“U.S. Legal Practice: Practical Guide Civil Law and Public Law” addresses both German lawyers and international companies that come into contact with U.S. law in practice. Thematically, the presentation comprises the essential features of U.S. process and contract law. In addition, this work includes other important subject areas such as environmental law and the law […]
Donika’s research as Law Practice Management Committee Leader is cited in “Novelty and Ownership: Intellectual Property in Architecture and Design”
An article contribution in the journal Technology|Architecture + Design, titled “Novelty and Ownership: Intellectual Property in Architecture and Design” by Martina Decker, Assistant Professor at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, posits as follows: Throughout history, architects have prided themselves on their problem-solving skills and their ability to overcome obstacles. They have found new ways […]
Donika Pentcheva has been named to “The Best Legal Counsel List for 2018” for intellectual property law. Best Legal Counsel selects lawyers utilizing a proprietary multi-phase selection process that combines Best Legal Counsel’s independent research and peer nominations and evaluations. Individuals are nominated by identification through Best Legal Counsel’s research, survey of managing partners, and […]
Donika has been invited to join the ABA Day 2019 Planning Committee. The committee helps shape ABA Day 2019 which will come at the beginning of a new Congress – a time of great importance for the United States.