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Startups with Patents are the Ultimate Anti-Monopoly
Patents are often referred to as monopolies. But that is a fundamental misunderstanding of how patents work to enhance competition. The truth is that a [...]
PTAB Axes Hair Loss Treatment Patent In Incyte Challenge
The Patent Trial and Appeal Board wiped out a Concert Pharmaceuticals Inc. patent related to a potential hair loss treatment on Monday, delivering a victory [...]
Opana Buyers Seek Class Cert. In Pay-For-Delay Row
Medication buyers who claim they overpaid for the painkiller Opana ER are asking an Illinois federal judge to certify two classes among them as part [...]
Destroying Docs Dooms Trademark Suit, Clothing Co. Says
A clothing company is urging a New York federal court to shut down a trademark licensing company's infringement suit, arguing the licensing company undermined its [...]
Freelance Attorneys Are An Asset To In-House Legal Teams
With recent technological advances and a broader acceptance of flexible work arrangements, the opportunity for freelance attorneys is greater than ever, as is the value [...]
PTAB Largely Invalidates Vinyl Siding Cleaner Patent
The Patent Trial and Appeal Board has invalidated the majority of a patent covering a way to clean vinyl siding, finding it was anticipated by [...]
Ericsson Fights HTC’s Post-Verdict Push For Better Rates
Ericsson has slammed HTC for breaking its "repeated promise" to abide by a jury's decision with continued efforts to secure a better rate on the [...]
Approaching AI Inventions Under New USPTO Guidance
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office recently clarified how Section 112 applies to functionally claimed software inventions. Artificial intelligence and machine language provide an interesting [...]
Reflections Upon Disagreeing with Judge Paul Michel
Recently, I’ve written several articles laying the blame for the patent eligibility crisis squarely on the Federal Circuit. Yes, we all know the Supreme Court [...]
In-house spill secrets on trade secret management
In-house counsel share practical tips on managing trade secrets in the aftermath of the America Invents Act and the Defend Trade Secrets Act [...]
Athena Asks Fed. Circ. To Rethink ‘Evisceration’ Of Patent Law
Athena Diagnostics on Monday asked the full Federal Circuit to reconsider a February ruling by a split, three-judge panel that said its patent on an [...]
Scott Elmer, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital On the ‘Sea Change’ in Diagnostics Patent Strategies
Scott Elmer is Director, Office of Technology Licensing, at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, one of the leading pediatric cancer hospitals in the country. The [...]
Bio-Rad Cleared To Enforce Sample Protection Patents
Bio-Rad Laboratories Inc.'s technology to reduce sample contamination and loss is patent-eligible, a Delaware federal judge said Monday in allowing the company to press forward [...]
4 Recent Fed. Circ. Decisions Patent Attorneys Need To Know
The Federal Circuit has issued rulings this year that could potentially lengthen the terms of drug patents and cast further doubt on the viability of [...]
Sound Engineer Must Pay $4M Over Unauthorized Prince EP
A sound engineer must pay Prince’s estate a nearly $4 million arbitration award for releasing an unauthorized EP using original recordings of the late artist, [...]
Sunoco Wants $32M In Trial Over Gasoline Blending Patents
A Sunoco LP unit told an Illinois federal judge at a bench trial that began Monday that it is entitled to roughly $31.6 million in [...]
Fed. Circ. Orders New Trial In $15M Vehicle Tracking IP Case
The Federal Circuit ordered a new trial Monday on whether technology company CalAmp Corp. infringed certain vehicle tracking patents, upending a $15 million award that [...]
Lockheed Hit With IP Suit Over Satellite Tech
A space technology company has accused Lockheed Martin of infringing three of its patents with tech that enables operators to change the missions of satellites [...]
Zoom Infringing Video Conference IP, OoVoo Successor Says
Krush Technologies LLC, the company that took over video conferencing pioneer ooVoo, has accused rival Zoom Video Communications Inc. in California federal court of infringing [...]
This Week on Capitol Hill: Clean Energy Innovation, More Debate on Prescription Drug Pricing and Technological Censorship of Free Speech
The Senate has a busy schedule related to tech and innovation topics for the week of April 8, including hearings on prescription drug pricing, broadband [...]
You Can’t Trademark ‘Tweeds,’ Fed. Circ. Agrees
The Federal Circuit on Monday upheld a Trademark Trial and Appeal Board decision that “tweeds” is a generic term describing a kind of fabric and [...]
Stone Cos. Blocked From Using Rival’s Customer Lists
A Texas state judge has temporarily barred two stone companies from using a designer stone wholesaler and importer's confidential customer lists after the wholesaler accused [...]
Concordia Pharma Sues Over Bowel Drug Trade Secrets
Two former employees of a drug manufacturer that makes Concordia Pharmaceuticals’ irritable bowel treatment Donnatal stole trade secrets and launched a new company to sell [...]
Lewis Brisbois Scoops Up Ex-Manatt IP Pro In LA
Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP has hired a former Manatt Phelps & Phillips LLP intellectual property litigator, with experience guiding high-tech clients through the [...]
Design Registration Lawyers and Attorneys

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Intellectual Property Services in Sydney for the Digital Savvy

16th November 2016 News | ADMIN

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Intellectual Property Lawyers – Client services in Sydney

14th November 2016 News | ADMIN

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Does your Service Level Agreement need a tune-up?

12th November 2016 News | ADMIN

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Technology Lawyers Protecting the Intellectual Property in your Software

30th September 2016 Events | ADMIN

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Gold Coast Copyright Lawyers – Have we breached Copyright?

22nd August 2016 News | ADMIN

Copyright Law in Australia If you have written a work...

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Choosing your Trade Mark is not Easy

2nd August 2016 News | ADMIN

It is not easy to select the perfect trade mark...

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Legal Stuff Seminar

18th July 2016 Events | ADMIN

Most small business owners and entrepreneurs neglect the legal ‘stuff’...

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How to Protect your Fabulous New Design

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Applying for Trademark Protection Internationally

25th June 2016 News | ADMIN

Generally, filing and registering a trademark in your home country,...

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Tips, Tricks and Start Up Hacks

28th May 2016 Events | Kim Walters

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