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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...

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The recent judgment in Amgen v Sanofi by the United States Supreme Court has generated significant attention within the legal and patent... Read More »
The Supreme Court is the highest court in the United States, and its decisions have a significant impact on the country's legal... 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 »
Are you familiar with Andy Warhol’s artwork? Fondly referred to as the “Pope of pop art,” Andy Warhol became famous with ... Read More »
When Apple and Qualcomm finally settled their dispute back in 2019, eyebrows were raised given that the licensing agreement had a six-year ... Read More »
MINERVA SURGICAL, INC. v. HOLOGIC, INC., et al. Supreme Court of the United States.  Opinion of the Court written by Justice Kagan.  Justice Alito filed ... Read More »
Happy New Year! We have decided to write more often in 2019 as many of our readers have asked us to bring back our popular Patexia Insight series. Our goal is to... Read More »
Before the Supreme Court. Thomas delivered opinion, joined by Roberts, Kennedy, Ginsburg, Alito, Sotomayor, and Kagan.  Gorsuch dissenting, joined by Breyer. ... Read More »
On April 26, 2018, the USPTO issued a one-page guidance document on the impact of the Supreme Court’s recent decision, SAS Institute Inc. v. Iancu, on AIA trial ... Read More »
Judge Gilstrap Singled Out in Congressional Hearing as Defying SCOTUS Yesterday, the House IP Subcommittee on the Courts, Intellectual Property and the Internet... Read More »
Please revisit Don Chisum’s and Janice Mueller’s comments on Impression Products v. Lexmark, No. 151189 (S. Ct. May 30, 2017), in which the Court held... Read More »
Written by Jeffrey C. Wu, Ph.D. and Ben J. Everton The Supreme Court granted a petition for writ of certiorari to address whether inter partes review – an... Read More »
Monday, in a unanimous opinion (Goresuch did not participate), the Supreme Court interpreted the patent venue statute (28 USC s. 1400(b)) to require that the phrase... Read More »
Written by Nathanael Luman, Ph.D. and Kerry S. Taylor, Ph.D. The Supreme Court granted a petition for writ of certiorari to address whether the PTAB is required... Read More »
In TC Heartland LLC v. Kraft Foods Group Brands LLC, [16–341] (May 22, 2017), the Supreme Court reversed the Federal Circuit and held that for purposes of the... Read More »
Written by Jeffrey C. Wu, Ph.D. and Brenden S. Gingrich, Ph.D. I. Summary The Supreme Court in Life Technologies Corp. v. Promega Corp. held that providing a... Read More »
Obvious Combinations Do Not Need to Be Physically Combinable In Allied Erecting and Dismantling Co., Inc. v. Genesis Attachments, LLC, Appeal No. 2015-1533, the... Read More »
Does a party who ‘actively induces infringement of a patent’ under 35 U.S.C. §271(b) have to know as a fact that the actions in question support... Read More »
When we think of patent law, we often think of technology, engineering, and intellectual property. Rarely do we think of living organisms. In 1980, however, the... Read More »