Roger Furey, managing partner for the Washington, D.C. office and a partner in the Intellectual Property practice, was featured in a Law360 Q&A. He spoke of developing his own style as a litigator and how UsedSoft v. Oracle has changed software licensing in Europe. Mr. Furey also discussed how Lanham Act litigation has become too expensive for most trademark owners, suggesting, “[W]e need a streamlined version of the federal court litigation process to allow us to get to a final decision from a judge sooner. Reforms in this area would result in significant cost savings for our clients, which is always our goal. It would be nice if we had something for trademark disputes that is similar to the National Advertising Division process used for advertising disputes.” (“Q&A with Katten's Roger Furey,” April 25, 2013)