Recent controversy surrounding Kim Kardashian's truncated move to trademark the term "Kimono" for her new line of undergarment shapewear has subsided, with Kardashian formally announcing that she is abandoning the effort.
Nicola Dagg, Daniel Lim and Katie Coltart of Kirkland & Ellis consider the modern challenges firms face to develop and retain young, talented lawyers and the all-round benefits of an empowering working culture
By Kevin E. Noonan -- The interplay (or perhaps utilization) of inter partes review (IPR) in ANDA litigation was illustrated by the Federal Circuit in last month's Dr. Falk Pharma GmbH v. Generico, LLC nonprecedential decision.
Earlier this summer, Intel announced that some 8,500 patent assets (i.e., issued patents and pending patent applications) would be auctioned.
If the European Commission's Directorate-General for Competition (DG COMP) doesn't help Daimler and its suppliers such as Continental, then the Nokia v.
Whenever a company finds itself in the cross-hairs of a cease-and-desist letter or patent infringement lawsuit, a license may not be a viable option.
Global IP Holdings, LLC, the owner of U.S. Patent No.
This week on Capitol Hill, the House of Representatives is in recess but in the Senate, committee hearings will focus on the rescheduled oversight hearing for the U.S.
The Brazilian PTO has officially introduced its longed-for strategy to solve the enduring patent backlog problem in Brazil. The plan is to reduce the patent backlog by at least 80% in the course of the next two years with the use of “standardized
If you are already familiar with SEP portfolio valuation methods and their inherent shortcomings, you may wish to skip the introductory part (Basics) and jump straight to the part where I discuss specific issues with Qu