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Fresh From the Bench: Latest Precedential Patent Case

CASE OF THE WEEK Purdue Pharma L.P. v. Collegium Pharmaceutical, Inc. (United States Patent and Trademark Office intervening), Appeal No. 2022-1482 (Fed. Cir. Nov. 21, 2023) In the...

Lenovo Files Patent Infringement Complaint Against ASUS with US International Trade Commission

On November 15th, Lenovo (United States) Inc., a technology corporation, lodged a patent infringement complaint with the United States International Trade Commission (ITC) against...

Graphene is a promising replacement for the materials with which we currently construct electronics. Particularly in the field of solar technology, graphene is useful ... Read More »
Gallium Nitride (GaN) has recently been touted as a highly effectively replacement for silicon in high power transistor applications, but overheating of these devices ... Read More »
This morning, Reuters reports that Lenovo will invest nearly $800 million to create a more extensive mobile manufacturing facility in Wuhan, Hubei, China... Read More »
In news broken by Fosspatents and Reuters, Apple CEO Tim Cook and and Samsun CEO Choi Gee-sung have agreed to meet in mid-May to discuss a settlement in the patent... Read More »
Sarfraz AhmadI think this is wishful thinking because the parties won't really say that any of their claims are legally weak, no matter in front of whom these talks take place, but there's no way they would ever express even the slightest skepticism over any of their claims in front of a judge involved with the actual litigation
Apr 30, 2012
Sheets of carbon-based nanomaterial graphene -- akin to a sheet of unrolled carbon nanotubes -- has some remarkable properties. A single sheet of graphene is just one ... Read More »
New research shows, for the first time, that it is safe for women who have been diagnosed with estrogen receptor positive breast cancer to be pregnant, despite... Read More »
Apple today sought permission from a bankruptcy court to sue Eastman Kodak for allegedly violating patents related to printers, digital cameras and digital picture... Read More »
Anonymous hacktivists, in their latest high-profile attack, have exposed backroom political dealings that sought to reduce the penalty for convicted staff sergeant... Read More »
Alvin SchaefferThese guys have become major players in the tech world.
Feb 8, 2012
Researchers from UCLA's Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center have identified a cell-permeable peptide that inhibits a hepatitis C virus protein and blocks cancer... Read More »
The hacktivist group Anonymous has leaked an intercepted conversation between the FBI and Scotland Yard that transpired on January 17. The details of the call are... Read More »
Researchers at McGill University identified two genetic mutations responsible for up to 40 percent of glioblastomas in children - a fatal cancer of the brain that is... Read More »
Microchip expert and assistant professor at Tehran’s Sharif University of Technology, Seyed Mojtaba Atarodi, was recently imprisoned by US law enforcement... Read More »
Samsung has won a battle against Apple this week in the Netherlands, where a Dutch court has denied Apple's bid to ban Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. This ruling... Read More »
Researchers at Tel Aviv University have found evidence of losses and gains of chromosomal pairs across various cancer types that may help in understanding the nature... Read More »
Robert PowersInteresting article.
Jan 24, 2012
Samsung's continued international patent war with Apple has resulted in both victories and losses for the smartphone giant who recently passed Apple in the third... Read More »
A new imaging platform is providing insight into the moment cancer cells turn deadly. Proteins, such as E-cadherin, are important for the maintenance of normal tissue ... Read More »
An inherited mutation is likely the link between exploding chromosomes and some aggressive types of cancer. Looking at the complete genome sequence of childhood brain ... Read More »
Scientists at the Scripps Research Institute have discovered a compound that can repair RNA defects associated with diseases. Essential to all life on earth, RNA is... Read More »
French antitrust regulator, Autorite de la Concurrence, rejected HP's request that Oracle be forced to adjust pricing on database software that uses Itanium... Read More »
The molecular diagnostics company Aria Diagnostics has announced a non-invasive approach to test cell-free DNA (cfDNA) in maternal blood for two common fetal... Read More »
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