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By Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP
The USPTO decided not to extend the Extended Missing Parts Pilot Program beyond January 2, 2019.
By Elizabeth Ferrill, Samhitha Muralidhar
Happy New Year! We thought we'd take a quick look back at our most popular posts from 2018.
By Morgan Smith, Margaret Esquenet
New Year's Day was a bit different this year. It brought something unseen for the past twenty years: the mass infusion of previously copyrighted works into the public domain
By Doris Hines, Luke McCammon, Jinwoo Kim
Protecting semiconductor device and fabrication process inventions can be challenging.
By Sanam Habib
Having said goodbye to 2018 a week ago, we thought we would take a look back at the most popular posts from the year.
By Adriana Burgy, John M Mulcahy
Even during a partial government shutdown, the USPTO provided us with a gift for the New Year!
By Daniel Klodowski, David Seastrunk, Michael R Galgano, Aaron Parker, Elliot C. Cook
For comparison, the cumulative average rate of instituted claims cancelled in IPR and CBM Final Written Decisions is about 75%.
By Caitlin E. O'Connell
The Automotive Body Parts Association ("ABPA") appeals from an Eastern District of Michigan decision granting summary judgment for Ford.
By Razi Safi, Samhitha Muralidhar
In Vivint Inc. v. Inc., No. 17-2218 (December 20, 2018), the Federal Circuit in a non-precedential opinion affirmed the Board's invalidation of some of Vivant's patent claims
By Megan L. Meyers
In Laerdal Medical Corp. v. International Trade Commission, No. 17-2445, the CAFC reversed the ITC's final determination that Laerdal failed to plead its trade dress infringement claims with adequate detail...
By Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP
In the event that parts of the federal government experience a lapse of appropriated funding, the USPTO remains open for business as normal.
By Adriana Burgy, Stacey Lewis, Thomas Irving
This case provides an example of the use of inherency in an obviousness determination. That is, the Northern District Court of Illinois found that claim 6 of U.S. Pat. 8,648,106 (the '106)
By J. Michael Jakes
Welcome to the Last Month at the Federal Circuit—a look at recent decisions from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit impacting the intellectual property community
By Victor Feng
In Ancora Technologies, Inc. v. HTC America, Inc., No. 2018-1404 (Fed. Cir. Nov. 16, 2018)
By Katherine Leonard
If finalized, the rule would take effect on the earlier of 60 days after publication in the Federal Register or March 23, 2020.
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