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By Martha Pugh, K. Christy Vouri-Misso
On November 17, 2016, the US Department of the Treasury's Community Development Financial Institutions Fund (CDFI Fund) announced the largest single round award...
By Sarah Bro
With that guidance, the case was returned to the three-judge appellate panel to address the remaining issues.
By Jodi Benassi
In 2011, Amazon started using the mark "Fire" in connection with its Kindle Fire tablet.
By Mary Hallerman
Addressing issues of priority and secondary meaning, the unlawful use defense and the right to jury trial, the 11th Circuit affirmed a district court's judgment in favor of a firearms manufacturer.
By Matthew McCloskey
Ford filed IPR petitions against two of Paice's patents directed to hybrid vehicle engine management systems.
By Brian Jones
The dissent argued that a patent owner's disclaimer was not effective to avoid eligibility for CBM review.
By Casey Campbell
The IPR proceeding concluded in the issuance of a final written decision that the claims were invalid in light of the prior art raised in the petition.
By Kristin Michaels, Stephen Erf
A federal district court judge in Texas issued an order granting a temporary injunction late Tuesday against the Department of Labor's new overtime exemption rule...
By Bernard Codd
The PTO indicated that it would address the issue of preemption in a forthcoming update to its SME guidance.
By Joseph Speyer
Bosch sued Cardiocom, a division of Medtronic, in district court, alleging infringement of two patents owned by Bosch.
By Mandy Kim
The patent application at issue related to methods of treating or preventing influenza by administering the drug zanamivir by oral inhalation.
By Rebecca Harker Duttry
Poly-America owns a patent directed to an improved construction of an elastic drawstring trash bag.
By Nicole Clouse
Judge O'Malley concurred with the opinion and its reasoning, but wrote separately about a procedural issue.
By Lisa Schmitz Mazur, Dale Van Demark, Marshall Jackson, Jr.
The CHRONIC Care Act proposes to allow a Medicare Advantage plan to offer additional, clinically appropriate, telehealth services as a part of its benefits to beneficiaries in its annual bid amount.
By Rolando Gonzalez
In FairWarning, the patent at issue related to detecting fraud and misuse by identifying unusual patterns in users' access to sensitive data.
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