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post image FTC Amends Energy Labeling Rule to Create Online Label Database from

Since 1979, America’s consumers have benefited from the the Energy Labeling Rule, which requires energy labeling (specifically the EnergyGuide label) for major home appliances and other consumer products. The Rule was promulgated by the ...

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Nearly 100 Organisations Press For Better Medicines Access In Asian Region RCEP Agreement from

Nearly 100 health, community and development organisations working in the Asia-Pacific region issued a call for trade ministers negotiating the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) trade agreement to "reject provisions that would negatively affect access ...

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No Discussion Of Design Treaty At WIPO Committee; Information Session On GIs To Be Held In Spring from

Fresh from intense discussions at the World Intellectual Property Organization General Assemblies earlier this month, delegates to a WIPO committee today agreed to hold an information session on geographical indications in the spring, and to ...

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Indian Company Moves To Provide Affordable Insulin Biosimilar In Europe As Patents Rise from

Bangalore-based Biocon may become the first Indian company to offer a biosimilar insulin in Europe. And the patent and pricing story is interesting.

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Expert’s Apportionment Opinion Excluded for Relying on Consumer Survey Concerning Unrelated Features from

The court granted defendants' motion to exclude the testimony of plaintiff's damages expert regarding apportionment as unreliable. "[Plaintiff's expert] essentially opines that the smallest salable unit of the Accused Products is the smartphone ...

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Dissenting on Obviousness from

In re Efthymiopoulos (Fed. Cir. 2016) In a split opinion, the Federal Circuit has affirmed the PTAB’s determination of obviousness.  Biota’s patent claims influenza treatment through oral inhalation of zanamivir while the prior ...

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One Last Try: Is the Inter Partes Review system Unconstitutional? from

Cooper v. Square is the final pending constitutional challenge to the inter partes and post grant review proceedings created by Congress in the America Invents Act of 2011 and briefing in the case is now ...

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