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CAFC Denies HPE Mandamus Petition for Transfer from Texas to Massachusetts
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) today denied Hewlett Packard’s petition for a writ of mandamus ordering the U.S. District Court [...]
BREAKING: Latest Biden Picks Would Add Diversity To 4th, 10th Circs
President Joe Biden is nominating a state judge to the Fourth Circuit and a veteran federal prosecutor to the Tenth Circuit in his latest round [...]
Saxton & Stump Adds Ex-Dilworth IP Group Chair
Pennsylvania firm Saxton & Stump announced it has hired an experienced intellectual property attorney as senior counsel in the Philadelphia suburb of Malvern, bringing more [...]
Justices' EPA Ruling Didn't Move Needle On Chevron Doctrine
Though some suggest the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent decision in West Virginia v. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency marked the end of a doctrine requiring judicial [...]
Win for Photographer in Ninth Circuit Reversal of Fair Use Finding
On August 3, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit issued a ruling in McGucken v. Pub Ocean Ltd. that reversed a Central District of [...]
US To Bolster Semiconductor Production, Offer Tax Credit
President Joe Biden signed into law on Tuesday major legislation that would bolster domestic semiconductor production and provide a 25% tax credit for new manufacturing [...]
Apple Expert Testifies Pinn Is Tone Deaf To How AirPods Work
A wireless technology expert testifying for Apple Inc. told a California jury on Monday that the company's AirPods do not infringe Pinn Inc.'s wireless earbud [...]
TTAB Decision Offers Rare Guidance On Insignia Denials
The Trademark Trial and Appeal Board's latest precedential ruling that the local government in Orange County, California, can't secure a registration on an "unofficial" seal [...]
Lawyer Bert Fields, Hollywood 'Tour De Force,' Dies At 93
Bert Fields, a legendary entertainment attorney who represented the likes of Tom Cruise, Mel Brooks, Dustin Hoffman, George Lucas and Warren Beatty, has died at [...]
Fed. Circ. Backs Chevron's PTAB Win Again
Chevron succeeded again on Monday in convincing the Federal Circuit to sign off on a nearly three-year-old ruling from the Patent Trial and Appeal Board [...]
Blow to AI, Clarity for Humans: Key Insights from the DABUS Rulings
The August 2019 announcement that two patent applications had been filed naming an artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm as an inventor in the United States and [...]
Patent Co. Run By Russ August Attys Has Suit Axed By ITC
The U.S. International Trade Commission ruled Friday that a patent licensing company controlled by attorneys from Russ August & Kabat cannot sue NetApp over a [...]
Fed. Circ. Affirms Church's TTAB Win In 'Adventist' Fight
The Federal Circuit has affirmed a Trademark Trial and Appeal Board decision shooting down a bid to ax the Seventh-day Adventist Church's trademark on the [...]
BREAKING: Trump Says FBI 'Raided' His Mar-A-Lago Resort
The FBI on Monday executed a search warrant at Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, according to the former president, who said his home was [...]
Eisai Wins Ax Of Sleep Drug Patent Claims At PTAB
The Patent Trial and Appeal Board on Monday threw out several claims in a patent covering a form of treatment for insomnia, finding that the [...]
Claims Court Won't Redo IP Ruling Over Night Vision Goggles
In a dispute tied to hundreds of millions of dollars in U.S. Army headset contracts, a federal judge has refused to rethink a ruling that scratched [...]
AIPLA Says 'Rare' PTAB Abuse No Basis For Sanctions Policy
The American Intellectual Property Law Association has urged the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to not adopt any new policies to handle abuse as the [...]
Electric Car Co. Says Workers Stole IP For DeLorean Project
An electric car manufacturer on Monday in Texas federal court accused four former employees of swiping its trade secrets and forming a rival company in [...]
Commerce Hits Chinese Firm For Sending US Tech To Iran
The U.S. Department of Commerce announced Monday that it charged China's largest cable manufacturer with helping another Chinese company deliver U.S-origin telecommunications equipment to Iran, [...]
Health Co. Accused Of Stealing Psilocybin Therapy Idea
A company called Terran Biosciences Inc. has launched a suit in federal court claiming that a British company swiped trade secrets from a professor at [...]
Ben & Jerry's Board Argues To Block Israel Licensing Deal
A Manhattan federal judge on Monday considered blocking Unilever's grant of a license to sell Ben & Jerry's-branded products in Israel and occupied Palestinian territory, [...]
Google Fires Off New Suits, Broadening Sonos Audio IP Fight
Google opened a new front Monday in its ongoing patent war with Sonos, filing two infringement suits in California federal court that ramped up its multipronged [...]
A Plea to Senator Tillis: Words Matter in Section 101 Reform
In U.S. government, setting public policy is the sole and exclusive domain of Congress. The laws they pass effectuate the public policy positions that Congress [...]
Bang Energy Nets $10.5M In TM Row Against E-Cig Co.
A California federal judge has awarded the maker of Bang Energy drinks more than $10 million in damages in its trademark suit after finding that [...]
Apple’s M1 Chip Has a Fascinating Flaw

25th July 2022 Technology | Bianca Ysabel

A developer discovered a flaw in Apple’s New M1 CPU....

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Megatron Nvidia: AI Debater Unleashed?

15th July 2022 AI and Robotics | Bianca Ysabel

The future may not be set in stone. However, one...

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WHAT ARE NFTs AND HOW DO THEY WORK

10th June 2022 Crypto | Jax Floro

The Covid Pandemic has transformed many businesses to conduct their...

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Woebot gets $90M Funding

19th May 2022 AI and Robotics | Alessandra Maxine

Meet Woebot, a personal health ally that is grounded in...

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HUSKEE PRODUCT PROTECTION FOR THE REUSABLE COFFEE CUP

29th April 2022 Intellectual Property Protection | Alessandra Maxine

Huskee is a design company that found a way to...

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THE ‘NEW’ NEW ZEALAND PRIVACY ACT IS MORE IN LINE WITH AUSTRALIA’S, BUT THERE ARE SOME DIFFERENCES

1st April 2022 Privacy | Jax Floro

New Zealand’s Privacy Act 2020, amending Privacy Act 1993, was...

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Phase Out of the Innovation Patent

11th March 2022 Patent | Bianca Ysabel

On February 2020, the Australian Government started the 18-month long...

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Brunellino Wins Bad Faith Trade Mark case in China

8th February 2022 Trade Marks | Alessandra Maxine

Brunello di Montalcino is one of the most well known...

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What Is A Series Trade Mark Application?

27th January 2022 Trade Marks | Jax Floro

A trade mark is your most valuable marketing tool. It...

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Freight Industry Embracing AI

24th December 2021 AI and Robotics | Bianca Ysabel

In the past year, businesses that adopted virtual platforms have...

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The Catastrophic Facebook Outage

24th November 2021 Social Media and Marketing | Alessandra Maxine

On 5 October 2021, "Sorry, something went wrong," greeted every...

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NVIDIA dominating the AI Chips

2nd November 2021 Technology | Jax Floro

Its cat related NVIDIA, one of our favorite brands! How...

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