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New Hampshire Supreme Court to Hear Appeal in ‘Patent Troll’ Defamation Case
On the morning of February 14, the New Hampshire Supreme Court will hear what could be one of this year’s most important set of arguments [...]
Interview: Ma Yide, Zhongguancun Intellectual Property Strategy Research Institute
One of MIP’s 2018 top 50 most influential people in IP discusses China’s progress in SEP cases, why patent quality is an issue in the [...]
Interview: Ma Yide, Zhongguancun Intellectual Property Strategy Research Institute
One of MIP’s 2018 top 50 most influential people in IP discusses China’s progress in SEP cases, why patent quality is an issue in the [...]
Interview: Ma Yide, Zhongguancun Intellectual Property Strategy Research Institute
One of MIP’s 2018 top 50 most influential people in IP discusses China’s progress in SEP cases, why patent quality is an issue in the [...]
Interview: Ma Yide, Zhongguancun Intellectual Property Strategy Research Institute
One of MIP’s 2018 top 50 most influential people in IP discusses China’s progress in SEP cases, why patent quality is an issue in the [...]
Interview: Ma Yide, Zhongguancun Intellectual Property Strategy Research Institute
One of MIP’s 2018 top 50 most influential people in IP discusses China’s progress in SEP cases, why patent quality is an issue in the [...]
Universal Hit With $100M Suit Over ‘Death Day’ Movies
The New Orleans artist and studio owner behind the sinister, rosy-cheeked expressionist work of art known as "King Cake Baby" said Universal Studios unlawfully twisted [...]
USPTO Head Says Patent Law Needs Stabilizing
United States Patent and Trademark Office Director Andrei Iancu hopes to have Section 101 of the Patent Act “stabilized” by 2020, he told attendees at [...]
Patent Industry Nervous Over Chinese IP Competition
China loomed large over the Inventing America Conference in Washington, D.C., Tuesday, where senators, patent attorneys and the director of the United States Patent and [...]
Judge Doubts Use Of Free Speech Law To Dodge IP Theft Suit
A Texas appellate judge on Tuesday sharply criticized a medical services consultant’s bid to escape claims he helped steal his former company’s operating software to [...]
The Federal Circuit is Shirking Its Constitutional Duty to Provide Certainty for Critical Innovation
Here we go again! Another patent whose claims have been invalidated at the Federal Circuit—predictably, another medical diagnostic patent. Athena Diagnostics v. Mayo Collaborative (Fed. [...]
BREAKING: Walmart Owes $95.5M For ‘Backyard’ TM Loss, Jury Says
Walmart Stores Inc. should pay more than $95.5 million for infringing a smaller chain's "Backyard" trademark by selling "Backyard Grill" products, a North Carolina federal [...]
Judge Nixes U-Blox Injunction Bid In InterDigital FRAND Case
A California federal judge on Tuesday denied Swiss technology company U-blox’s bid for an injunction to stop InterDigital from demanding that U-blox’s customers pay royalties, [...]
Samsung Gets Fed. Circ. Win Over Abstract Health Data IP
Samsung secured a victory Tuesday as the Federal Circuit affirmed a Virginia federal court’s determination that four patents covering a system for processing health data [...]
Pa. Claims Medical Pot Growing Techniques Are Trade Secrets
Growing and processing marijuana for Pennsylvania’s medical cannabis program uses techniques closer to Mylan's or GlaxoSmithKline's than a college kid’s clandestine basement grow room, and [...]
3 Takeaways From The Latest Ax Of A Diagnostic Patent
The Federal Circuit’s latest invalidation of a medical diagnostic test patent for claiming a natural law could motivate lawmakers pursuing legislation to curb such decisions, [...]
1st Circ. Fast-Tracks Optum Trade Secrets Appeal
The First Circuit agreed Tuesday to fast-track its consideration of whether the UnitedHealth subsidiary Optum Inc. can block a former employee from using allegedly stolen [...]
Fed. Circ. Says UK DNA Sequencers Don’t Infringe IP In US
The Federal Circuit on Tuesday affirmed a determination by the U.S. International Trade Commission that DNA sequencers imported by U.K. company Oxford Nanopore Technologies do [...]
Waco’s New Judge Primes District For Patent Growth
A former Bracewell LLP patent litigator who recently took the federal bench in Waco, Texas, has caused a major stir for the state's intellectual property [...]
Crocs Wins Atty Fees Sanction Against Rival In IP Dispute
A Nevada federal judge has awarded Crocs Inc. $12,219.01 in attorneys' fees as a sanction against USA Dawgs Inc. and Double Diamond Distribution Ltd., finding [...]
Trial Boutique Snags Ex-Finnegan IP Atty To Lead DC Office
Newly opened trial boutique Reichman Jorgensen LLP, known for its unique billing model and salary scale, has lured a veteran patent attorney and former Finnegan [...]
PTAB Won’t Hear Dr. Reddy’s Challenge To Revlimid Patents
The Patent Trial and Appeal Board on Monday rejected challenges from Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories Inc. to three Celgene Corp. patents on the blockbuster cancer drug [...]
Ex-FTC Head Says German Facebook Order Sows Confusion
Former acting Federal Trade Commission Chairman Maureen Ohlhausen has criticized the German antitrust watchdog's landmark decision last week to curb Facebook's data collection, saying it [...]
Federal Circuit Holds Parties Joined to an IPR have Right to Appeal PTAB Decision—Even if Original Petitioner Lacks Article III Standing
The Federal Circuit on February 1 affirmed the Patent Trial and Appeal Board’s final written decision in an inter partes review concluding that the claims [...]
Spiceworld 2018 for IT Pros and Tech Marketers

7th September 2018 Technology | Jaclyn-Mae Floro

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6th September 2018 Data | Sam Gilbert

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3rd September 2018 Contracts | Sam Gilbert

What is a subcontractor agreement? A subcontractor agreement is a...

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29th August 2018 Trade Marks | Sam Gilbert

Online-betting giants Crownbet and Sportsbet are going toe-toe over a...

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Online Legal Services Australia – Do I need an Internet Lawyer?

24th August 2018 Technology | Sam Gilbert

In today’s digital world, it is important that lawyers keep...

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A Guide to Notifiable Data Breaches in Australia

16th August 2018 Data | Lara Alexandra

A data breach occurs when unauthorised parties access protected or...

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GDPR Explained – What is a Data Protection Policy?

10th August 2018 Data | Sam Gilbert

A Data Protection Policy is important because it contains sets...

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Funny Intellectual Property Quotes

3rd August 2018 IP Humour | Lara Alexandra

Importance of Intellectual Property Rights It’s amazing how something I...

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Privacy Laws Australia and Data Protection Policy for Employees

2nd August 2018 Data | Lara Alexandra

What is a Data Protection Policy? A data protection policy...

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Certification Trade Mark Allegations over ‘Fake’ Scotch Whisky

29th July 2018 Trade Marks | Sam Gilbert

A Major liquor group - D’Aquino Bros Pty Ltd –...

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Service Level Agreements Masterclass

22nd July 2018 Contracts | ADMIN

W3IP Law attended an event in Brisbane hosted by Crown...

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Crypto Glossary Coming to Terms with Bitcoin Slang

19th July 2018 Crypto | Sam Gilbert

The world of cryptocurrency can be overwhelming for newbies not...

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