If a judge ever botched an antitrust case involving patents, the prize may go to federal district Judge Lucy Koh for her ruling in favor of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) in its antitrust action against Qualcomm.
By Kevin E.
Alectra Utilities recently announced the members of the inaugural Advisory
Committee for new Green Energy & Technology Centre.
This morning, the American Civil Liberties Union, which will be represented in Wednesday’s hearing on Section 101 reform by Senior Legislative Counsel Kate Ruane, announced an urgent joint phone briefing for members of Congress and staff to addres
Tuesday and Wednesday of this week will be exciting days for patents, technology and innovation in America. The Senate IP Subcommittee will hold a pair of hearings exploring patent eligibility issues facing U.S.
You are about to strike a deal with an industry partner to develop an exciting new product. Or maybe you have identified the perfect opportunity to acquire an upstart company whose tech would allow you to expand into a lucrative market.
By Hanns-Juergen Grosse* -- The approach of the European Patent Office (EPO) to prohibition of double patenting is well established and may, at a first glance, also seem well founded.
June 3-6, 2019 - BIO International Convention (Biotechnology Innovation Organization) - Philadelphia, PA June 7, 2019 - Program on Ethics in the Practice of Intellectual Property Law (John Marshall Law School Center for Intellectual Property, Info
On May 15, SAP America, Inc. filed a respondent’s brief with the Supreme Court in InvestPic, LLC v.
The John Marshall Law School Center for Intellectual Property, Information & Privacy Law will be holding its 10th Annual Program on Ethics in the Practice of Intellectual Property Law from 12:40 to 5:00 pm on June 7, 2019 in Chicago, IL.