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“Magic Words” Unnecessary in Identifying Field of Endeavor for Analogous Art

Written by: Raymond S. Lu & Daniel Kiang NETFLIX, INC. v. DivX, LLC Before Hughes, Stoll, and Stark.  Appeal from the Patent Trial and Appeal Board. Summary...

Patexia Insight 186: PGR vs. IPR: Analyzing Patent Challenge Outcomes

In the dynamic realm of intellectual property, remaining at the forefront is absolutely essential. Tomorrow marks the release of a pivotal milestone – the seventh edition of our...

Shire v. Blackburn: Drawing the Line Between FDA Drug Labeling Regulations and State Law on Product Liability

Written by: Ari Feinstein & Jane Dai, Ph.D. On June 2, 2023, drug manufacturer Shire US Inc. and related entity Shire LLC (collectively, “Shire”) asked the...

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In March, our fifth annual Patent Prosecution Intelligence Report was released, providing comprehensive coverage of the patent prosecution... Read More »
Written by: Douglas B. Wentzel SANDERLING MANAGEMENT LTD. v. SNAP INC. Before Chen, Cunningham, and Stark.  Appeal from... Read More »
  As an inventor, it's important to protect your ideas and inventions from being copied or stolen by others. One of the... Read More »
Next week, our Patent Litigation Intelligence Report will be released. The report covers the five-year period from July 1, 2017, through June 30... Read More »
Patent litigation, the process of taking legal action over alleged infringement of a patent, can have a significant impact on innovation... Read More »
If you have been accused of infringing on a patent, you may be able to avoid liability by raising one of the following common defenses: ... Read More »
In March and April, we plan to release our Patent Intelligence Report and Trademark Intelligence Report, which will cover patent and trademark... Read More »
Whenever there are discussions related to patent law and amendments, many are concerned with each proposal's impacts, advantages, and... Read More »
  In 2019, Stephen Thaler filed two patent applications, 16/524,350 (teaching a “Neural Flame”) and 16/524,532... Read More »
WEISNER v. GOOGLE LLC Before Stoll, Reyna, and Hughes, Appeal from the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. ... Read More »
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORP. v. ZILLOW GROUP, INC. Before Hughes, Reyna, and Stoll.  Appeal from the United States District... Read More »
WEISNER v. GOOGLE LLC Before Stoll, Reyna, and Hughes, Appeal from the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. ... Read More »
Last April, we released our fourth annual Patent Prosecution Intelligence Report. This report not only evaluates and ranks all participating... Read More »
Amidst growing concerns that China is eclipsing the U.S. with R&D and patents in emerging new technologies, the Chairman of the Senate ... Read More »
Earlier in April, we published our fourth annual Patent Prosecution Intelligence Report. The report was our first attempt to rank patent attorneys... Read More »
In late June, we published some of the best performing and most active patent law firms (Patexia Insight 142) based on the data of our Fourth... Read More »
CAREDX, INC. V. NATERA, INC. Before Lourie, Bryson, and Hughes Summary: Expert testimony that steps of challenged patent claims... Read More »
  Since she took office on April 13th, USPTO’s director, Kathi Vidal, has made several public appearances, expressing... Read More »
  The design patents are the second most common type of patent after the utility ones. By obtaining a design patent you will... Read More »
It is known that not all patents make enough money to maintain their protection, actually the numbers show that the majority of them end... Read More »
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