Patent & IP news for April 17, 2017

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Challenge to Printed Publication Status of Prior Art Reference Does Not Justify Late Disclosure of New Reference from

The court granted plaintiff's motion to strike a previously undisclosed prior art publication from defendant's invalidity contentions and rejected defendant's argument that the reference was necessary to address plaintiff's challenge to ...

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Philanthropist & patent licensing pioneer, Eugene Lang, dead at 98 from

One of America’s most successful and charitable patent licensing strategists passed away last week.  Eugene M. Lang, describe as “an American folk hero” for his generous philanthropy, grew up on Manhattan’s East 83rd ...

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Google’s Waymo v. Uber Lawsuit Reflects High-Stakes IP War In Hot Driverless Car Sector from

Google’s Waymo claims Uber, an app-based taxi service, stole technology for a critical component for driverless cars, as the one of the world’s most-powerful tech titans wages a fierce legal battle to protect ...

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Fox Television Stations v. Aereokiller Oral Argument from

The Ninth Circuit issued its opinion in Fox Television Stations, Inc. v. AEREOKILLER, LLC, No. 15-56420 (9th Cir. Mar. 21, 2017) last month.  You can watch the oral argument of this copyright case below.  Listen ...

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