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Sandoz Sues To Invalidate Prostate Cancer Drug Patent
Generic drugmaker Sandoz AG is suing to invalidate a patent for a prostate cancer drug similar to that sold by Astellas Pharma Inc. under the [...]
Faegre Drinker is Seeking an IP Senior Attorney – Patent Prosecution
Faegre Drinker is actively recruiting a Senior Attorney to join the Patent Practice of the Intellectual Property practice group in its Indianapolis, IN, or Fort [...]
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What IP Attys Should Know About Enablement After Amgen
The same patent enablement standard that has existed for centuries must be applied to modern antibody patents, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled last week, prompting [...]
First Citizens Slaps HSBC With $1B SVB Trade Secrets Suit
Shortly after acquiring the recently failed Silicon Valley Bank, First Citizens Bank learned that HSBC was in the midst of "plundering" confidential and proprietary information [...]
Showtime's 'Penny Dreadful' Stole Online Character, Suit Says
A writer is suing Showtime and the makers of the show "Penny Dreadful" in California federal court, accusing them of ripping off her Victorian protagonist [...]
Reactions to Amgen: Hard Work Ahead for Biotech Innovators and Attorneys Trying to Enable Genus Claims
As most in the IP world know by now, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its ruling in Amgen v. Sanofi on Thursday, holding that the [...]
LifeWallet Holder Says Founder Not Entitled to $12.5M Claim
The holder of the LifeWallet software on Monday said its co-founder isn't entitled to a claim for $12.5 million because his name is not individually [...]
Drywall Co. Can't 'Backdoor' Purple TM Rights, Jury Hears
A company that sells shower building materials urged an Illinois federal jury Monday to reject accusations that several of its products infringe a major drywall [...]
PTAB To Review Google Patents Amid IP Fights With Sonos
As jurors in San Francisco began deliberating in Sonos Inc.'s high-profile lawsuit against Google, the tech giant faced a ruling from the Patent Trial and [...]
PTAB Hands Epic A Loss But Splits On 'Extrinsic' Evidence
The Patent Trial and Appeal Board has rejected Epic Games' attempt to knock out patents that its blockbuster Fortnite video game was accused of infringing, [...]
Teva Accused Of Asthma Inhaler Antitrust Scheme
Teva was hit with a suit on Monday in Massachusetts federal court that alleges the pharmaceutical giant ran a nearly decadelong anticompetitive scheme to delay [...]
Del. Judge Won't Shut Down Disclosure Probe Into IP Suits
Delaware's chief federal judge has refused to call off his probe into a patent owner's third-party litigation funding despite contentions that his document request is [...]
High Court's Ethics Statement Places Justices Above The Law
The U.S. Supreme Court justices' disappointing statement on the court's ethics principles and practices reveals that not only are they satisfied with a status quo [...]
Google, Ohio Marketing Biz Cut Deal Over Deceptive TM Use
Google and a business marketing company have agreed to a permanent injunction to end the tech giant's claims the marketer pretended to be a Google [...]
Justices Won't Eye Rulings Over Hirshfeld PTAB Decisions
The U.S. Supreme Court said Monday it will not review a pair of cases where patent owners argued that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office's [...]
Copyright Group Backs RIAA In 2nd Circ. Music Scraping Row
An alliance of more than 2 million copyright holders has thrown its support behind the Recording Industry Association of America in its Second Circuit feud [...]
Amazon's $3.2M Atty Fee Bid Flops Over Formatting Flub
A California federal judge has wiped out Amazon's bid to add more than $3 million in attorney fees to an already more than $5 million [...]
Warhol Decision May Lead To Copyright Licensing Spike
The U.S. Supreme Court's recent Andy Warhol Foundation v. Goldsmith opinion, which focused on the commercial use of "Orange Prince" rather than Warhol's artistic process, [...]
GoPro Says Failed Patent Suit Was 'Rotten At Its Core'
The camera technology company GoPro says a failed lawsuit filed by a man who claimed to have been the first to invent a new way [...]
Quinn Emanuel Hires Pinsent Atty To Launch London IP Team
Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan LLP said Monday that it was hiring a Pinsent Masons LLP partner to launch its intellectual property litigation practice in [...]
This Week in Washington IP: Government Funding of Decarbonization, the State of Black-owned Businesses, and U.S. Tech Diplomacy
This week in Washington IP news, Congress is having a relatively quiet week, but the House will further discuss the impact of Pharmacy Benefit Managers [...]
Jewelry Co. Opposes Rival's $306K Fee Bid In Copyright Suit
An online jewelry retailer who filed an unsuccessful copyright suit against a rival urged a New York federal magistrate judge to deny the rival's request [...]
High Court Amgen Patent Ruling Promotes Medical Innovation
The U.S. Supreme Court's decision last week in Amgen v. Sanofi — the first to enforce the patent enablement requirement in a biotech setting — [...]
Food and Grocery Code of Conduct Amendments – A new “Fair Go”

20th November 2020 Commercial | Sveth Milanes

The Food and Grocery Code of Conduct (the ‘Code’) serves...

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Who Owns the Copyright in an Interview or Social Media Post?

30th October 2020 Copyright | Jax Floro

We live in a world where a “tap” or a...

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Can you Protect your Family Recipe under the Law of Intellectual Property?

11th October 2020 Intellectual Property Protection | Jax Floro

Traditionally, recipes are either passed down to the next generation...

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IP Australia – New Trade Mark Fees Effective 1 October 2020

28th September 2020 Trade Marks | Jill Junio

In 2019, IP Australia conducted reviews of its fee schedules...

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ATMOSS: The Australian Trade Mark Database

15th September 2020 Trade Marks | Sveth Milanes

The primary function of a trade mark is to designate...

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IP Report 2020 on Trade Mark Filing Statistics in Australia and Overseas

6th September 2020 Trade Marks | Jax Floro

A trade mark is a way for customers to recognize...

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U.S. Supreme Court Overturns USPTO Trade Mark Refusal Against

28th August 2020 Trade Marks | Jill Junio is an Amsterdam based digital travel company that provides...

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European Union (EU) Individuals and California Residents Privacy Policy

23rd August 2020 Privacy | Sveth Milanes

A privacy policy is a form of disclosure as to...

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Author’s Copyright Protection

14th August 2020 Copyright | Jax Floro

The author/s of a work is the first owner of...

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ACCC Putting Foot Down, Demanding Transparency and Accountability from APRA

6th August 2020 Copyright | Jill Junio

There are many copyright users who wish to make use...

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New Privacy Law Regime – $10 million in Penalties

24th July 2020 Privacy | Jax Floro

The Federal Government has announced important changes to the Privacy...

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Google Loses Appeal as French Courts Uphold a Monster Fine of 50 Million Euros!

17th July 2020 Privacy | Jill Junio

France’s Highest Administrative Court (“Conseil d’Etat”) seals with finality the...

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