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By Marc K. Weinstein
The statutory language for IPRs and PGRs supports this conclusion.
By Brian Darville
Defendants then moved for an award of attorneys' fees of approximately $600,000.
By Richard Kelly
In Roche Diagnostics the Federal Circuit continued its failure to recognize that diagnostic claims were not patent ineligible because they used a natural law.
By Brian Darville
The Ninth Circuit determined that defendants met their initial burden of demonstrating that the greeting cards are expressive works protected under the First Amendment.
By J. Derek Mason
Wash. U. ultimately had to litigate for 5 years, starting the litigation 18 years after the IIA was executed, in order to gain the benefit of their agreement with WARF.
By W. Todd Baker, Lisa M. Mandrusiak
JTEKT's petition for certiorari frames the issue as whether Congress conferred standing to IPR petitioners through the IPR statutory scheme.
By Marc K. Weinstein
The Board agreed with petitioner LG and denied patent owner Wi-Lan's motion to dismiss.
By Michael R. Casey
On Nov. 16, 2018, the Federal Circuit affirmed the decision of the PTAB finding that Petitioners had not shown that any of ZitoVault's claims were unpatentable.
By Sameer Gokhale
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a loaded technology buzzword that comes in different forms in various commercial products.
By Marina I. Miller
The Board next considered whether there was a motivation to modify Pinchasi's 40mg every other day regimen.
By Lisa M. Mandrusiak
Post grant reviews (PGRs) have proven to be more popular in the biotechnology space (TC 1600) than any other art unit, with 42—or 28.1%—of the PGRs filed to date classified as TC 1600 patents.
By Oblon, McClelland, Maier & Neustadt, L.L.P
Effective Dec. 1, the WIPO DAS will manage electronic retrievals of priority documents between the USPTO and the KIPO, in accordance with the WIPO DAS agreement established on April 20, 2009.
By James Love
The Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) is a hot topic in the world of medical devices. This summer, at the MedTech conference in Philadelphia, IoMT was the word on everyone's lips.
By J. Derek Mason
In a November 9, 2018 decision, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit ruled that the doctrine of assignor estoppel does not apply in the inter partes review (IPR) context ...
By Vincent K. Shier
On Friday, November 2, 2018, the USPTO released its interim procedure for patentees to request recalculation of the patent term adjustment with respect to information disclosure statements accompanied by ...