Over at IPWatchdog they have a summary of this week's Senate Judiciary Committee hearing (
This week in Other Barks & Bites: the Federal Circuit issued precedential decisions regarding secondary considerations of non-obviousness, limits to design patents and collateral estoppel of antitrust claims in patent cases; the CASE Act moved
Trying to rationally address hot button issues in an election year is always a dangerous proposition. That's particularly true as we approach what promises to be one of the nastiest political years in history.
By Donald Zuhn -- In a notice published in the Federal Register (84 Fed. Reg. 45907) last week, the U.S.
In the past 10 months, the issue of proving negative claim limitations has cropped up on appeals to the Federal Circuit. At least three panels of the Federal Circuit have addressed the issue, to one degree or another.
Two key contributors to the Avanci IoT patent pool are suing Daimler in Germany:
On the afternoon of Wednesday, September 11, the Senate Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Intellectual Property convened a hearing titled Innovation in America: How Congress Can Make Our Patent System STRONGER.
By Kevin E.
Commissioner Christine Wilson of the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) addressed the IPWatchdog Patent Masters Symposium on Tuesday, September 10, emphasizing three main points in her keynote: that Judge Lucy Koh's decision in FTC v.
Speaking at IPWatchdog's Patent Master's Symposium today, Professor Kristen Osenga of The University of Richmond School of Law gave attendees a glimpse of her upcoming paper examining problems with the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engin