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ITC Will Review Allergan’s Win In Botox Trade Secrets Case
The U.S. International Trade Commission will review the bulk of an administrative law judge's finding that Allergan's rivals should be barred from importing a low-cost [...]
Texas Biz Attys Back Sealing Records After $706M Trial
The State Bar of Texas Business Law Section is backing a real estate appraisal software company's bid to keep sealed exhibits that were presented during [...]
Iancu Updates Users on Filing Stats Amid Pandemic During IPO Annual Meeting Address
In his address to the Intellectual Property Owners Virtual Annual Meeting yesterday, USPTO Director Andrei Iancu said that, despite sharp declines in filings and renewals, [...]
Fed. Circ. Judge Grills Apple Over Bid To Escape WDTX
A Federal Circuit judge raised doubts Tuesday about the need to move Uniloc's patent infringement suit against Apple to the tech giant's home state of [...]
Ex-Hemp Co. CEO Accused Of Selling Secret Strain For $3.8M
A partial owner of a failed venture to breed, cultivate and sell hemp seeds has filed suit against the venture's former CEO, accusing him of [...]
YouTube Calls Piracy Class Action ‘Badly Misguided’
YouTube is pushing back on a class action that claims the site's anti-piracy tools are only designed to protect big movie studios and record labels, [...]
2020 Will Be A Record Year For Blockchain IP, Study Finds
The number of patent applications involving blockchain filed in the first half of 2020 almost equals the total from all of 2019, with IBM and [...]
Texas Injury Firms’ Referral Site Fight Kicked To State Court
A Texas federal judge has sent a trademark infringement and civil conspiracy case filed by a Dallas-area personal injury law firm against the operator of [...]
AAM v. Neapco Comes Full Circle: The Foundation of Invention Becomes its Trap (Part II)
In Part I of this article, we briefly summarized how O’Reilly v. Morse was relied upon in the denial for rehearing in the recent case [...]
Catalyst Says FDA Is Breaking Law By Approving Rival’s Drug
Catalyst Pharmaceuticals Inc. fought Tuesday against a federal judge's determination that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration lawfully approved a lower-cost version of a drug [...]
Infringing Luxury Vinyl Tile Imports Blocked From US
The U.S. International Trade Commission will bar certain luxury vinyl tiles from being imported into the U.S., after verifying a Georgia company's claims that the [...]
Overlooked Patent Cases: Lessons On Eligibility Drafting
As motions to dismiss based on patent-eligible subject matter are on the rise, recent, lesser known federal district court decisions offer several drafting insights for [...]
The Keys To A Better Privilege Logging Paradigm
Current privilege logging practices to identify what information is being withheld from discovery often lead to costly disputes, so practitioners should adopt a system based [...]
Newly Created First Action Final Rejection Policy Adds Needless Complications to Patent Prosecution
The USPTO recently revised the Manual of Patent Examination Procedure (MPEP) Section 706.07(b) to retroactively impose a first action final rejection (FAFR) policy that significantly [...]
Justice Ginsburg: Who She Was, How She Shaped The Law
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died Friday at 87. Here Law360 looks at the feminist icon's legacy and the battle brewing over her seat. [...]
Ginsburg Remembered As Steadfast Pro-Copyright Voice
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's steadfast support for copyright owners was one of the hallmarks of her U.S. Supreme Court tenure, and her decisions strengthening copyright [...]
Law360’s The Term: The Life And Legacy Of Justice Ginsburg
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is among the few on the U.S. Supreme Court to have etched her name into legal history long before donning a [...]
Budding Textualist Star Barbara Lagoa Eyed For High Court
Known as a budding superstar in Florida conservative legal circles, committed textualist Judge Barbara Lagoa could continue her lightning-quick ascent through the appellate ranks if [...]
Songwriter Accuses DC Circ. Of Ignoring Artists’ Realities
The D.C. Circuit "missed the practical reality" of its decision to overturn a ruling that would have made Spotify and other streaming services pay artists [...]
No Early Wins For Bitcoin ‘Inventor’ Ahead Of $10B Trial
A Florida federal judge has denied self-described Bitcoin "inventor" Craig Wright's bid for summary judgment in a dispute over the ownership of potentially $10 billion [...]
McConnell Defends Election-Year Plan To Replace Ginsburg
The Senate majority leader on Monday defended his plan to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg this year, while the House speaker said the late jurist will become the [...]
Journalist Owes Netflix $250K Atty Fees, Costs In ‘Narcos’ Suit
A well-known Colombian journalist must pay more than $250,000 in attorney fees and costs to Netflix, a Florida federal judge ruled Monday, following the defeat [...]
Samsung Gets Touch-Screen IP Slashed In Revived PTAB Bid
The Patent Trial and Appeal Board has struck down most of a patent covering touch-screen technology that was challenged by Samsung, after the Federal Circuit [...]
Senate IP Subcommittee Continues Search for Balance on Potential Copyright Reforms
On September 16, the Senate Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Intellectual Property held a hearing titled “Are Reforms to Section 1201 Needed and Warranted?”, which continued [...]
The Difference between a Trade Mark Assignment and a Trade Mark Licence

20th September 2019 Trade Marks | Jax Floro

As the owner of a trade mark, you have exclusive...

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2019 World’s Most Innovative Countries Ranked by Global Innovation Index

13th September 2019 Globalisation | Sveth Milanes

Together with INSEAD (Institut Européen d'Administration des Affaires) and Cornell...

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This AI tool is Smart Enough to Spot AI-generated Articles and Tweets

6th September 2019 AI and Robotics | Jax Floro

With advances in technology and easy access to paid and...

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30th August 2019 Privacy | Sveth Milanes

The UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) armed with General Data...

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Alibaba’s Takes on IP Infringement Battle

23rd August 2019 Intellectual Property Protection | Sveth Milanes

Alibaba’s relentless commitment to take on IP infringement was acknowledged...

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Does registering a domain name with a domain name registrar give you trade marks rights?

19th August 2019 Domain Name | Jax Floro

The answer is no! That is because they are not...

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India Hosts This Year’s International IP Skills Summit (IIPSS)

13th August 2019 Events | Sveth Milanes

Twenty-two auxiliary countries will be engaging in this year’s International...

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Trade Mark Solicitation Scams – Don’t get Scammed!

8th August 2019 Trade Marks | Jax Floro

Trademark solicitation scams from fake trade mark registration agencies have...

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Facebook Remains in Top 10 Global 500 Report Despite Criticism Over Data Handling

31st July 2019 Social Media and Marketing | Sveth Milanes

Over the past four years, Facebook has encountered a series...

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Do You Know the Difference Between Data Analytics and AI Machine Learning?

17th July 2019 AI and Robotics | Jax Floro

Artificial intelligence is nothing new. It has been with us...

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Australia’s New Space Agency in Adelaide

11th July 2019 Space | Jax Floro

Australian Space Agency (ASA) was established in July 2018 following...

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Federal Circuit Court: Expeditious and Less Costly National IP Pilot Scheme to assist Small Business and Individual Rights Holders

5th July 2019 Intellectual Property Protection | Sveth Milanes

The Intellectual Property National Pilot Scheme of the Federal Circuit...

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