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post image Gap in the Procedure for Restoring Web Content After DMCA Takedown from

The 1998 Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) is the law that provides a safe harbor to protect online service providers who meet certain conditions from copyright infringement liability resulting from acts by their users. Alyssa ...

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post image Texas Biofuel Tax Credit Fraudster Gets Jail Time from

In one of the “Greenwashing 2.0” stories we’ve been following (see here and here), an individual recently was sentenced to over 10 years in jail for his role in running a fraudulent biofuel ...

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Sequenom Petitions for Certiorari from

By Kevin E. Noonan -- Sequenom filed its anticipated petition for certiorari today for Supreme Court review of the Federal Circuit's decision in Ariosa v. Sequenom. The petition advises the Court that it "should take ...

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India Rocked By Report Of Secret Assurance To US Industry On IP from

That the Indian government has been under pressure from the United States to change its patent regime is no secret among those who follow the public discourse on intellectual property rights. Now, a new controversy ...

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IPR Estoppel Does Not Apply to Cumulative Prior Art from

The court granted defendant's motion for summary judgment that plaintiff's headlamp salvage patent was invalid as obvious and rejected the argument that 35 U.S.C. § 315(e)(2) estopped defendant from asserting ...

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Lexmark: Can Patent Rights Overwhelm Traditional Notions of Title? from

Impression Products, Inc. v. Lexmark Int’l, Inc. (Supreme Court 2016) I see the dispute between Impression and Lexmark as more of a property law issue than one focusing on patent law.  Of course, the ...

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Peschke Map Technologies LLC v. Rouse Properties Inc. (E.D. Va. 2016) from

By Michael Borella -- Plaintiff Peschke Map Technologies ("Peschke") sued Rouse Properties ("Rouse") for infringement of U.S. Patent No. 6,397,143, directed to a computer-based map navigation and display system. Rouse filed a 12 ...

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