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One LLP Secures Landmark $6.3 Million Jury Verdict — The Largest Maximum Statutory Damages Verdict for Photography Infringement in U.S. History

LOS ANGELES (December 18, 2023) – One LLP, a California intellectual property and entertainment law firm, obtained a groundbreaking $6.3 million jury verdict on behalf of architectural photographer Scott Hargis against Pacifica Senior Living Management [...]

2022 Super Lawyers

One LLP is pleased to announce that Attorneys from One LLP have been selected to the 2022 Super Lawyers list for intellectual property: John Lord, Jo Ardalan, John Lucas, Lester Savit, John Tehranian, and Peter Afrasiabi. One LLP represents [...]

Litigators v. Trial Lawyers: The Differences and Why They Matter – expert advice from managing partner Chris Areldge of One LLP

Chris Arledge, managing partner of One LLP, published a feature article in California Lawyer titled Litigators v. Trial Lawyers: The Differences and Why They Matter. The article discusses the difference between litigators and trial lawyers, [...]

Founding Partner Peter Afrasiabi Releases New Book

One LLP is excited to announce that founding partner Peter Afrasiabi’s new book, Burning Bridges: America’s 20-Year Crusade to Deport Labor Leader Harry Bridges, releases this week. With a Foreword by Erwin Chemerinsky, the book is [...]

Changing the NPE Patent Paradigm – Joey Liu interviewed by Law360

One man’s patent troll is another man’s patent protector. Originally established to protect inventors from patent infringers, NPEs—or Nonpracticing Entities—have come under severe criticism for not practicing the inventions of their patents but rather focusing [...]

Evaluating the Effectiveness of the Inter Partes Review Process: Nate Dilger and John Lord Author Article in Los Angeles Lawyer Magazine

While (IPR) petitions are on the increase, Nate Dilger and John Lord provide an analysis of the overall effectiveness of IPR Proceedings and benefits of investing early in the process. “IPR proceedings have achieved their stated [...]

Reaction To High Court’s PTAB Claim Construction Ruling: William O’Brien Quoted in Law360

The U.S. Supreme Court Monday decided in Cuozzo Speed Technologies LLC v. Lee that the Patent Trial and Appeal Board can continue to use a claim construction standard to review patents in America Invents Act reviews [...]

A Practical Guide to Music Licensing: Burgundy Morgan Authors Article in Intellectual Property Magazine

Licensing music is a prominent way that artist, songwriters, producers, record labels and music publishers generate revenue from the music they own. Copyright owners of the music must properly license the music for use in [...]

John Lord Speaks at Port of Los Angeles Trade Connect Program on Legal Do’s and Don’ts

Partner John Lord presents at the “Legal Do’s and Don’ts” session of the Port of Los Angeles Advanced Trade Connect program on exporting. The program, held on May 19 at Phoenix University, is hosted by [...]

William O’Brien Addresses the Uncertain Boundaries of the Copyright Law with Respect to “Useful Articles”

The Intellectual Property Law Section of the California State Bar recently published One LLP Partner William O’Brien’s “Copyright Commentary” column in the Spring 2016 edition of its magazine New Matter.  In a commentary entitled, “Policing [...]

Law360 Interviews Partner Chris Arledge on Making the Most Out of Courtroom Experiences

In a recent Q&A conducted by Law360, Partner Chris Arledge sat down to discuss his trial experiences, including the most interesting trial he’s worked, how to deal with unexpected occurrence in the courtroom and how [...]

When Keeping It Real Goes Wrong: Uleses Henderson Authors Sports Litigation Alert Article

The sports-media industry has experienced a proliferation of litigation involving right of publicity claims asserted by student athletes for the unauthorized use of their names, images and likenesses. This raises the question of whether collegiate [...]

Showcasing Evidence at a Patent Trial: William O’Brien Quoted in Law360

One of the biggest dangers in trying a patent case is the risk of overwhelming the judge or jury with too much information.  The widely-read online legal publication Law360 recently asked for the advice of [...]

Featured News

Peter Afrasiabi and One LLP secured a $5,000,000 jury verdict

Peter Afrasiabi and One LLP secured a $5,000,000 jury verdict in a case on behalf of a UCSD physician whose name and reputation were used in an FDA drug approval process in a manner without [...]

January 1st, 2023|

Federal Circuit Affirms One, LLP. Jury Verdict in Patent Case

The Federal Circuit on Tuesday upheld a California jury’s finding that crosswalk signal maker Campbell Co. willfully infringed rival Polara Engineering’s patent, but the appellate court erased a $1 million enhanced damages award after concluding [...]

July 12th, 2018|

One LLP won a landmark Ninth Circuit victory in a copyright infringement suit

One LLP won a landmark Ninth Circuit victory in a copyright infringement suit addressing the limits of the DMCA in online infringement.  One LLP prevailed for its client, celebrity photo company Mavrix Photographs and secured a [...]

April 10th, 2017|

Larry Hilton and Molly Magnuson Obtain a Complete Defense Verdict

Attorneys Larry Hilton & Molly Magnuson obtained a complete defense verdict after a multi-week jury trial in Los Angeles County Superior Court on behalf of Driven Brands, Inc. and Econo Lube N’ Tune, LLC.  Plaintiffs [...]

July 14th, 2016|