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The Impact Of Brexit – What We Know Now
On 23rd June 2016 the UK public voted to leave the European Union. Despite the vote to leave the EU, the UK will continue to abide by EU laws until exit is finalized.
European Union
6 Jul 2016
Secret Third-Party Use Does Not Constitute A Public Use
In Delano Farms Co. v. California Table Grape Commission, the Federal Circuit affirmed the district court’s finding that a secret third-party use did not constitute an invalidating public use under the public use bar of 35 U.S.C. § 102(b).
United States
4 Mar 2015
Mistake In Filing A Terminal Disclaimer Is Not A "Mistake Of A Clerical Or Typographical Nature" That May Be Corrected Under 35 U.S.C. § 255
In Japanese Foundation for Cancer Research v. Lee, the Federal Circuit reversed the district court's decision granting SJ to the Japanese Foundation for Cancer Research that the PTO acted arbitrarily and capriciously...
United States
10 Feb 2015
No Induced Infringement Possible When No Agency Or Contractual Relationship Exists To Create A Single Direct Infringer In Doctor-Patient Relationship
In McKesson Technologies Inc. v. Epic Systems Corp., No. 10-1291 (Fed. Cir. Apr. 12, 2011), a split panel of the Federal Circuit affirmed the district court’s grant of SJ of noninfringement to Epic Systems Corporation ("Epic").
United States
25 May 2011
Trends in Compulsory Licenses in Greater China
Greater China, including mainland China and Taiwan, has long been eyed for its opportunities to reach an almost untouched billion person consumer base. Not surprisingly, a number of U.S. and multinational companies have entered the Greater China market.
United States
7 Dec 2006
Developments in Asia
China’s legal framework underwent drastic changes in recent years, resulting in a much friendlier legal environment for foreign companies to enter into technology-transfer contracts with Chinese companies.
4 Aug 2006
First Amendment Defense Fails in DVD Copy Control Trade Secret Case
In DVD Copy Control Association, Inc. v. Bunner [31 Cal. 4th 864, 75 P.3d 1, 4 Cal. Rptr. 3d 69 (Aug. 25, 2003)], the California Supreme Court rejected a Web site proprietor’s First Amendment defense against the DVD Copy Control Association’s (the Association’s) claim of trade secret misappropriation.
United States
17 Sep 2004
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