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If a Case Was Baseless, It Would Have Ended Sooner

Written by: Matthew Pham & Daniel P. Hughes OneSubsea IP UK Limited v. FMC Technologies, Inc. Before Clevenger, Moore, and Dyk.  Appeal from the United States District...

Low-Bar for Corroboration

Written by: Matthew Friedrichs & Daniel P. Hughes MEDTRONIC, INC. v. TELEFLEX INNOVATIONS S.A.R.L. Before Moore, Lourie, and Dyk. Appeal from the Patent Trial and Appeal...

Trademark Monitoring and Enforcement in the Digital Era: Tools and Techniques

In today's digital landscape, protecting your trademarks has become more challenging than ever before. With the rise of e-commerce platforms, social media, and online marketplaces, ...

Exploring the Use of Machine Learning in Prior Art Search: Advancing Patent Examination Efficiency

In the realm of patent examination, the search for prior art plays a critical role in determining the novelty and inventiveness of an invention. Traditionally, patent examiners...

Recessions and Patent Applications: Navigating the Ups and Downs of the Innovation Economy

Written by: Sophia Petrichenko & Jason J. Jardine As predictions of an economic recession in the United States loom, 2023 has started with extensive layoffs throughout the...

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A new method of delivering chemotherapy drugs could eliminate the heavy price of the treatment. Because the cell-killing therapy targets fast-growing cells, it... Read More »
Researchers from the University of British Columbia recently discovered a possible route to making a universal flu vaccine, which could prevent many different strains ... Read More »
Researchers from the University of Edinburgh found antibodies that could treat malaria by targeting a key protein that exists in severe or life-threatening cases of... Read More »
Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute discovered antibodies that can prevent infection from strains of hepatitis C virus (HCV) by attaching to sites on the... Read More »
Insights into how the first vaccine ever reported to modestly prevent HIV infection might have worked were published online today in the New England Journal of... Read More »
New strategies of injecting cardiovascular disease (CVD) patients with vaccines and monoclonal antibodies to combat atherosclerosis could soon change the treatment... Read More »
Antibodies, once touted as the ‘magic bullets’ of cancer care, are now fulfilling that promise and more advances are on the way, say cancer researchers at ... Read More »
Antibodies that block the process of synapse disintegration in Alzheimer's disease have been identified, raising hopes for a treatment to combat early cognitive... Read More »
Biological pharmaceuticals are therapeutic drugs made from human or animal materials rather than chemicals, often indicated for immune system-related deficiencies... Read More »
Sleeping sickness, caused by the trypanosome Trypanosoma brucei, is transmitted to humans (and animals) via the bite of the tsetse fly. New research uses a bacteria... Read More »
During allergy season your eyes start to itch, your nose runs, and you sneeze incessantly. This is all because your body recognizes allergens -- anything from pet... Read More »
A team of Weizmann Institute scientists have made a breakthrough in treating autoimmune disease. In such diseases, including Crohn’s and rheumatoid arthritis... Read More »