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Booking.com Asks Justices To Save It From USPTO Atty Fees
Booking.com, which successfully challenged a U.S. Patent and Trademark Office trademark decision in court but was ordered to pay attorney fees, has urged the U.S. [...]
PTAB Dissent Warns Of ‘Robotic’ Look At Follow-On Petitions
Judicial discretion is key in determining if a follow-on petition at the Patent Trial and Appeal Board is justified, a PTAB judge said on Tuesday, [...]
Neovasc Will Add CardiAQ Founders To Patents To End Suit
Canadian company Neovasc Inc. said Wednesday that it has agreed to add the founders of CardiAQ to three patents related to the invention of a [...]
‘Stranger Things’ Creators To Face Trial Over Idea Theft Claim
A California state judge on Wednesday cleared the way for a writer to see the inside of a court room over his claims that the [...]
Motorola Can’t Get Intel On 2nd Radio In Trade Secrets Fight
Motorola can’t get source code and sales data for one of Chinese radio manufacturer Hytera’s products, an Illinois federal judge ruled, finding that the discovery [...]
Fed. Circ. Keeps PTAB Ax Of Purdue OxyContin Patent Claims
The Federal Circuit Wednesday affirmed Patent Trial and Appeal Board decisions that invalidate, as obvious, many claims of a Purdue Pharma patent on extended-release formulations [...]
A Story of Ethics and Optics: Former PTAB Judge Matt Clements Now Works for Apple
IPWatchdog recently learned that Apple, Inc. has hired former Administrative Patent Judge Matt Clements. Although Clements’ LinkedIn profile does not reflect the fact that he [...]
A Story of Ethics and Optics: Former PTAB Judge Matt Clements Now Works for Apple
IPWatchdog recently learned that Apple, Inc. has hired former Administrative Patent Judge Matt Clements. Although Clements’ LinkedIn profile does not reflect the fact that he [...]
After Ceasefire With Apple, Qualcomm’s War Continues
The global licensing flare-up between Apple and Qualcomm was extinguished abruptly Tuesday with a dramatic settlement announced moments after opening arguments. The deal ends all [...]
Escape Hatch Remains For Judges Accused Of Misconduct
Recent changes empowering judicial authorities to conduct institutional reviews of alleged misconduct after a judge retires are a step in the right direction, advocates say, [...]
Conan O’Brien Joke Theft Case Readies For Star-Studded Trial
The upcoming trial between Conan O'Brien and a freelance comedy writer who says the late-night TV host stole his jokes promises to feature appearances from [...]
3 Int’l Patent Rulings, And 1 Dutch Law, Attys Should Know
Law360's latest overseas trip to survey the patent landscape includes stops in the U.K. and France, checking in on cases over alleged standard-essential patents, as [...]
Fed. Circ. Affirms Win For DuPont In Flame Barrier Case
The Federal Circuit on Wednesday upheld a Delaware jury's verdict that Unifrax infringed DuPont's patent on flame barrier insulation used in aircraft, saying the jury's [...]
Change May Be Coming: Members of Congress Release Framework to Fix Patent Eligibility Law
In a promising indication that there is real momentum on The Hill to fix Section 101 law, several Senators and Representatives today proposed a framework [...]
Change May Be Coming: Members of Congress Release Framework to Fix Patent Eligibility Law
In a promising indication that there is real momentum on The Hill to fix Section 101 law, several Senators and Representatives today proposed a framework [...]
Colo. Judge Eyes Trial To Resolve Fracking Tech Patent Row
A Colorado federal magistrate judge on Tuesday refused to say that a Michigan oilfield service company definitively infringed on a rival's patented fueling system technology [...]
Celgene Wants Sun Pharma’s Revlimid Generic Blocked
Celgene has asked a New Jersey federal court to stop Sun Pharma from moving forward with its generic version of the blockbuster cancer medication Revlimid [...]
Iancu v. Brunetti: Lawyers Weigh In On Fate of Scandalous Trademarks
In Iancu v. Brunetti (Case No. 18-302), the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) is appealing to the Supreme Court from a U.S. Court [...]
Iancu v. Brunetti: Lawyers Weigh In On Fate of Scandalous Trademarks
In Iancu v. Brunetti (Case No. 18-302), the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) is appealing to the Supreme Court from a U.S. Court [...]
Biologic Manufacturers Should Expect Antitrust Scrutiny
Recently filed class actions against AbbVie and various biosimilar manufacturers, alleging that the U.S. Supreme Court's Actavis decision should be applied to supposedly anti-competitive biologic/biosimilar [...]
“Approachable and instrumental”: Baker McKenzie’s global chair, Paul Rawlinson, passes away
Paul Rawlinson, a London-based IP lawyer who was global chair of Baker McKenzie, has passed away at the age of 56 [...]
“Approachable and instrumental”: Baker McKenzie’s global chair, Paul Rawlinson, passes away
Paul Rawlinson, a London-based IP lawyer who was global chair of Baker McKenzie, has passed away at the age of 56 [...]
“Approachable and instrumental”: Baker McKenzie’s global chair, Paul Rawlinson, passes away
Paul Rawlinson, a London-based IP lawyer who was global chair of Baker McKenzie, has passed away at the age of 56 [...]
“Approachable and instrumental”: Baker McKenzie’s global chair, Paul Rawlinson, passes away
Paul Rawlinson, a London-based IP lawyer who was global chair of Baker McKenzie, has passed away at the age of 56 [...]
Drones Workshop, Fly Before You Buy!

5th November 2018 Events | Jaclyn-Mae Floro

Businesses across different industries now realise that drones, or also...

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Knock Off No-No’s – Dangers Of Counterfeit Goods

2nd November 2018 Copyright | Lara Alexandra

Fake Products  Knock-off products refer to replicas made by manufacturers...

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Everything You Need To Know – Designs vs Copyright

31st October 2018 Design Law | Sam Gilbert

In Australia, designs can be protected under both copyright law...

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Marketing Tech Symposium 2018

30th October 2018 Events | Jaclyn-Mae Floro

Ashton Media is a team of marketing, advertising and Customer...

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Blogging Legally – Legal Answers You Can Trust

25th October 2018 Copyright | Lara Alexandra

Creating Online Content With the increasing presence of blogging and...

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Lean Startup Sydney The Halloween Edition Extra Scary!

23rd October 2018 Events | Jaclyn-Mae Floro

The "Lean Startup" is a trade mark and service owned...

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EU Copyright Directive: Link Tax’s And Upload Filters

21st October 2018 Copyright | Sam Gilbert

The EU has introduced a new directive on copyright to...

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Understand The Difference – Trade Mark and Business Name

19th October 2018 Trade Marks | Lara Alexandra

Many people believe that registering a business name will give...

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Women In Tech 2018: Ladies Be Ready!

12th October 2018 Events | Jaclyn-Mae Floro

Ladies, be ready as the Annual Women in Tech conference...

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Beginning Of The Robot Revolution? Meet Sophia!

11th October 2018 Robotics | Lara Alexandra

Sophia, a social humanoid robot, was developed by Hanson Robotics...

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SaaS Software Reseller Agreement Checklist For Success

5th October 2018 Software | Sam Gilbert

A Software Reseller Agreement is a legal agreement between the...

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Real Tech 2018

Events | JACLYN-MAE FLORO

How can technology impact our traditional real estate practice? How...

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