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By Courtenay Brinckerhoff, Oyvind Dahle
The priority claim at issue was made in NAI's U.S. Patent 8,067,381, which issued from the eighth application in the priority chain shown below.
By Justin Sobaje
Many patent practitioners assume that non-practicing entities cannot obtain permanent injunctions in patent cases.
By Amanda L. Aragon, David M. Bates, Peter A. Tomasi, Dorothy Watson, Laura L. Whiting
Oilfield operators of every size have been busy implementing the Obama Administration's labor-intensive requirements to detect and repair vapor leaks from well site equipment,
By Peter Vogel
Bloomberg News reported that "The attack by Chinese spies reached almost 30 U.S. companies, including Amazon and Apple, by compromising America's technology supply chain…".
By Gardner Davis
A Delaware Chancery Court has allowed a buyer to cancel a deal based on a material adverse effect. The decision is believed to be the first of its kind in Delaware.
By Nicholas Ellis
Cybercrime is an ever-increasing threat from which manufacturers are not immune. Although reliable statistics are not available ...
By Kate Gehl, Elizabeth Haas, James McKeown, John F. Nagle
Recent public statements from Makan Delrahim, Assistant United States Attorney General for the Antitrust Division at the U.S. DOJ, and Joseph Simons, FTC Chairman, indicate that the two United States antitrust...
By Michael Houston, George Quillin
Effective on November 13*, the PTAB is announcing a final rule, changing the standard it uses to construe claims.
By Raymond K. Luk Jr.
From Blade Runner to the Jetsons, autonomous vehicles have been a mainstay in movies set in the future.
By Courtenay Brinckerhoff, Jennifer Best-Martin
In Roche Molecular Systems, Inc. v. Cepheid, the Federal Circuit affirmed the summary judgment decision of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California that held nucleotide primer..
By Peter Vogel
The Washington Post reported that the new California Net Neutrality law "prohibits carriers from demanding special new fees from websites, and it bars Internet providers from selectively exempting their preferred apps from customer data caps."
By Jeffrey Soble
After all the gloom and doom and worry, the United States, Canada and Mexico tweaked the North American Free Trade Agreement.
By Scott Klug, Michael K. Crossen, Dennis Cardoza, Jennifer Walsh, Theodore Bornstein
Alexander: Senate Sends Opioids Legislation Called "Landmark" by Leader McConnell to President – On Wednesday, the U.S. Senate passed by a vote of 98-1, the SUPPORT for Patients and Communities Act,
By Jeffrey Soble
After all the gloom and doom and worry, the United States, Canada and Mexico tweaked the North American Free Trade Agreement.
By Oyvind Dahle, Courtenay Brinckerhoff
The Federal Circuit decision in Acorda Therapeutics, Inc. v. Roxane Laboratories, Inc. addressed several aspects of obviousness doctrine.
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