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post image Thomas Jefferson School of Law IP Symposium to Examine AIA Aftershocks from

For IP mavens who live in Southern California and those of you who may be in town next week, Thomas Jefferson School of Law in downtown San Diego is hosting a symposium on post-grant proceedings ...

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post image Happy Easter from Dunlap Codding! from

Ann Robl

And thank you to the inventors of the Hinged Plastic Easter Egg shown above (U.S. Patent 4,124,135), Mr. Weder and Mr. Weder, for eliminating the need to match all those ...

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post image Fujifilm Kyowa Biologics can use declaratory relief to clear the way for its Humira biosimilar in the UK, rules Mr Justice Carr from

The AmeriKat has been known to sleep alongside things 
stranger than patent decisions  ( decision has been rolling around at the bottom of the AmeriKat's bed for about a month. Yes, the ...

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Square, Inc. v. Protegrity Corp. (PTAB 2016) from

U.S. Patent to Database for Protecting Formula for Coca-Cola Found Invalid under CBM Review By Joseph Herndon -- On March 2, 2016, the USPTO Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) issued a final written decision ...

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WHO: Developing Countries Need Smart IP Systems For Local Medicines Production from

The World Health Organization has released a report on the role of intellectual property in local production of medicines in developing countries. According to the report, the way countries design their intellectual property system is ...

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Vehicle Radar Patent Not Invalid Under 35 U.S.C. § 101 from

The court denied defendants' motion for summary judgment that plaintiff's vehicle radar patent was invalid for lack of patentable subject matter because the asserted claims were not directed toward the abstract idea of a ...

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Docket Navigator to Present at PLI Post-Grant Patent Trials 2016 – Available Via Webcast from

Docket Navigator CEO Darryl Towell will be speaking at the USPTO Post-Grant Patent Trials 2016, co-chaired by Scott McKeown (Oblon) and Robert Greene Sterne (Sterne, Kessler) in San Francisco on March 31, 2016. The program ...

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Federal Circuit: No Opinion Serves as the Basis for Our Opinion from

By Dennis Crouch Chicago Board of Options Exchange v. International Securities Exchange (Fed. Cir. March 25, 2016)[1] and International Securities Exchange v. Chicago Board of Options Exchange (Fed. Cir. March 25, 2016) (Appeal No ...

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CAFC addresses 101 issues in INTERNATIONAL SECURITIES EXCHANGE case from

The contemperanous opinion mentioned below is a Rule 36 judgment, which
judgment mentions ISE as the appellee.

In the caption for the case [ 2015-1743, 2015-1744 ], ISE is the appellant.

ISE, LLC (“ISE”) challenges the determination ...

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Jury awards Merck $200M in patent damages, 10% of what it had sought from

A California jury has awarded pharmaceutical drug company Merck $200 million, a fraction of what it had sought, for infringement of two of its patents by Gilead Sciences, which based in the San Francisco area ...

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