The presently pending petition for en banc review in Athena Diagnostics, Inc. v. Mayo Collaborative Servs., LLC has been addressed by Sherry Knowles and Meredith Addy and is supported by a number of amicus briefs.
Last week at the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB), 23 institution decisions were issued based on petitions to challenge the validity of patents via inter partes review (IPR) proceedings.
IP rights face “a challenging future,” according to Christian Archambeau, the Executive Director of the EUIPO, who spoke to the media during the INTA Annual Meeting in Boston last month.
By Donald Zuhn -- In April, in Xlear, Inc. v. STS Health, LLC, District Judge David Nuffer of the U.S.
Wednesday’s Senate hearing on patent eligibility reform, which began more than 30 minutes late due to votes on the floor, opened with Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) reiterating that his goal in holding three hearings on this topic and receiving testim
In the midst of the first two hearings on reforming patent eligibility law, the Senate IP Subcommittee has published the witness list for next week’s final hearing on Section 101 reform, to be held on Tuesday, June 11.
The Washington, DC office of Arent Fox is seeking a technical specialist or patent agent, preferably with at least 1 year of experience in patent preparation, drafting and prosecution, in the software/electrical technologies.
By James Lovsin -- Under the Eleventh Amendment of the Constitution, States enjoy sovereign immunity from a wide variety of suits. But there are exceptions, including congressional abrogation of immunity.
The first of three scheduled hearings in which the Senate IP Subcommittee will hear testimony from a total of 45 witnesses on the subject of patent eligibility law raised many questions.
The first of three hearings on patent eligibility reform is now underway; Q.