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Clause 8: Tom Irving on Litigating the First Hatch-Waxman Case and Mentoring Thousands in the Patent Field
If you've ever attended a major intellectual property (IP) conference and found yourself captivated by an exceptional performance during a review of recent patent court [...]
Jurors Were Not Barred Over Race, Says Judge In Gilead Antitrust Suit
A California federal judge overseeing an antitrust trial over claims that Gilead and Teva inflated HIV drug prices has rebuffed the pharmaceutical giants' Batson challenge [...]
SG Tells Justices To Skip 3 PTAB, Copyright Cases
The solicitor general has urged the U.S. Supreme Court not to dig into questions that Apple, Nike and lyrics website Genius have raised in fights [...]
OMG Dolls Confused With T.I.'s OMG Girlz? Survey Says 0%
Zero percent of consumers confused MGA Entertainment's O.M.G. dolls with the pop group OMG Girlz or found a likeness, according to MGA-commissioned surveys presented Wednesday [...]
Meta Settles News Anchor's Suit Over Pics Used In Racy Ads
Meta Platforms Inc. and a Philadelphia news anchor have agreed to end a lawsuit claiming the social media company allowed her likeness to be used [...]
Commanders' TM Application Faces Initial Rejection
An examiner at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office says the Commanders — the newly chosen name for the NFL team based in Washington, D.C. [...]
Travelers Fights Damages In $13M Scholastic Coverage Row
Travelers Insurance and its subsidiary told a Manhattan federal judge Wednesday that they shouldn't owe consequential damages or attorney fees to Scholastic as part of [...]
Workplace Consultants Agree Not To Use 'OSHA' Trademark
A judge has signed off on an agreement that will end the federal government's trademark case against a workplace consulting firm founded by former staffers [...]
Alsup Asks How Google Atty 'Armada' Missed Sonos IP Adds
U.S. District Judge William Alsup on Wednesday ordered Sonos and Google to file proposals on how he should address Google's claim Sonos improperly amended speaker [...]
NY Judge Revives Commercial Lenders' 'MidCap' TM Fight
A New York federal judge has agreed to vacate his own decision that threw out commercial lender MidCap Business Credit's trademark suit against a rival [...]
Teleflex Catheter Tech Patents Upheld by Split CAFC
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) ruled in a precedential decision today that Medtronic, Inc. failed to show the challenged claims [...]
PTAB Axes 5 Patents Over Owner's 'Egregious Abuse'
The Patent Trial and Appeal Board has ruled that Longhorn Vaccines & Diagnostics withheld information during inter partes reviews of five of its biological specimen [...]
Amazon Reups $3.2M Atty Fee Bid After Formatting Flub
Amazon on Tuesday resubmitted its bid to add upward of $3 million in attorney fees to an already more than $5 million fee award in [...]
Fed. Circ. Splits On When Exactly A Catheter Was Invented
The Federal Circuit on Wednesday split on the question of when in the mid-2000s a medical device company in the suburbs of Minneapolis developed a [...]
PTAB Axes Patent From $32M Jury Verdict Against Ericsson
The Patent Trial and Appeal Board has knocked out one of the telecommunications patents at the center of a nearly $32 million infringement verdict against [...]
A Deep Dive Into EU Unified Patent Court Policy
Robert Sterne at Sterne Kessler offers a detailed analysis of the EU's Unified Patent Court and the Unitary Patent, which go live on June 1, [...]
US Security Exception Proposal May Undermine The WTO
A U.S. proposal, floated earlier this month, to clarify that the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade's essential security exception is wholly self-judging would provide [...]
USPTO Wants Feedback On How To Curb Counterfeit Goods
U.S. patent officials are looking into ways to stop the increasing number of pirated and counterfeited products from entering the U.S. market, saying such products [...]
Ex-LinkedIn Atty Rejoins Dechert In Silicon Valley
A former LinkedIn attorney is returning to Dechert LLP as a patent litigation partner in the firm's Silicon Valley office after she previously spent eight [...]
CAFC Affirms District Court Denial of Attorney Fees in Oil Drilling Patent Dispute
On Tuesday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) issued a precedential decision affirming a district court ruling that denied attorney fees [...]
3rd Circ. Revives Prof's Suit Over Failed China-Ties Case
A Temple University physics professor will get another chance to seek damages from the federal government for wrongly accusing him of being a Chinese spy [...]
Google, Fox Beat Michigan Atty's Broadcast Tech Patent Suits
A Michigan federal judge has agreed to toss a patent owner's sprawling infringement litigation against household names Google and Fox Network over broadcasting technology, determining [...]
IP Goes Pop! – Streamlining Copyright Disputes: The Copyright Claims Board
In the latest episode of IP Goes Pop!, co-hosts Michael Snyder and Joseph Gushue are joined by special guests from the U.S. Copyright Office, Brittany [...]
Glaxo Gets Second Wind In Inhaler TM Revival Bid
A European court revived on Wednesday a bid by Glaxo Group Ltd to resurrect a trademark for the shape and color of asthma inhalers, concluding [...]
China Passes New Data Privacy and Security Laws

25th May 2023 Privacy | Jax Floro

China of late has been keen on legislating new laws...

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Human VS AI: The Lawsuit Against ShotSpotter

27th April 2023 AI and Robotics | Alessandra Maxine

An issue with AI systems used as a security system...

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Puma Vs CAT: The Full Federal Court settles a catfight!

28th March 2023 Trade Marks | Bianca Ysabel

Background On 21 October 2016, Puma SE (‘Puma’) filed a...

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Franchising Code of Conduct Amendments

28th February 2023 Franchising | Jax Floro

The Australian Government has made changes made to the Franchising...

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Pokémon Battle: The Pokémon Company International v Pokémon Pty Ltd

10th February 2023 IP Commercialisation | Alessandra Maxine

Pokémon is perhaps one of the biggest and long-running franchises...

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Google’s New AI Model: Who is MUM?

23rd January 2023 AI and Robotics | Bianca Ysabel

Google LLC is an American multinational technology company which provides...

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Stripe: Delving into Its Dispute Resolution Mechanism

16th December 2022 E-Commerce | Jax Floro

Modernization inevitably induces various forms of paradigm transformation. Among these...

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Telstra and OneWeb’s Partnership: Providing Internet Access Even to The Most Rural Areas

30th November 2022 Telecommunications | Alessandra Maxine

The buzz in the digital industry is that low-earth orbit...

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Microsoft, Phasing out Emotion Identification AI

26th October 2022 AI and Robotics | Bianca Ysabel

AI tech is one of the most notable technological innovations...

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Delving into eLearning and IP protection

16th September 2022 Intellectual Property Protection | Jax Floro

Due to the pandemic, many interactions nowadays have become digital....

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Artificial Intelligence may diagnose dementia in a day

29th August 2022 AI and Robotics | Alessandra Maxine

Artificial intelligence has already been used to spot eye diseases,...

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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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