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Earthquake Coming? Supreme Court to Weigh Constitutionality of IPRsJD Supra (press release)It's no secret that patentees have been generally unhappy with both the process and outcomes of AIA reviews. Now the Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether the entire AIA review system will be eliminated on constitutional grounds. That case, Oil ...and more »
Supreme Court to Decide Constitutionality of AIA ReviewsJD Supra (press release)It's no secret that patentees have been generally unhappy with both the process and outcomes of AIA reviews. Now the Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether the entire AIA review system will be eliminated on constitutional grounds. That case, Oil ...and more »
Ownership of a Trademark Follows UseJD Supra (press release)In Lyons v. The American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation, [2016-2055](June 8, 2017), the Federal Circuit affirmed the decision of the TTAB cancelling Lyons' registration of the mark THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF VETERINARY ...
Providing a Service Alone is not Contributory InfringementJD Supra (press release)In the Cleveland Clinic Foundation v. True Health Diagnostics LLC, [2016-1766](June 16, 2017), the Federal Circuit affirmed that the asserted claims of U.S. Patent Nos. 7,223,552; 7,459,286; and 8,349,581 are not directed to patent-eligible subject …
“Means” Does Not Always Mean “Means Plus Function”JD Supra (press release)In Skky, Inc. v. Mindgeek, S.A.R.L. [2016-2018] (June 7, 2017), the Federal Circuit affirmed the PTAB decision in IPR 2014-01236 that all of the challenged claims in U.S. Patent 7,548,875 were invalid for obviousness. The '875 patent relates to a …and more »
What Would the Perfect Employee Agreement Look Like?JD Supra (press release)Lawyers strive for perfection in their work, but time constraints, budgets, and other factors work against us. Also, perfection is not always the same thing in every circumstance. It is interesting, however, to contemplate what perfection might look …
Imagining the Perfect Confidentiality AgreementJD Supra (press release)The perfect confidentiality agreements is, in most cases, overkill and in any event would probably never be signed. Hundreds, if not thousands, of CDAs, NDAs and other secrecy agreements are signed every day, and the vast majority perform adequately …
The Recorder
SCOTUS Bolsters Patent Exhaustion, This Time in Indelible InkThe RecorderHarness, Dickey & Pierce partner Matthew Cutler said Impression is the latest Supreme Court decision to remove another tool from the patent owner toolbox. He said the software industry has worked around the first-sale challenge by licensing software …Impression Products, Inc. v. Lexmark International, Inc. - Supreme Court of the United StatesSupreme Court of the United StatesUS Supreme Court Curbs Patent-Holder Power to Block ResaleBloombergall 133 news articles »
Texas Lawyer
Newsmakers: Week of May 29Texas LawyerJohn T. Mockler, a registered patent attorney, has joined Harness Dickey in Frisco as of counsel. He counsels companies from the U.S. and abroad in building winning strategies to protect their intellectual property assets. Michael DePompei has joined ...and more »
Missed opportunity: Federal Circuit Again Offers No Clarifying Insight on Alice's Two-Step FrameworkJD Supra (press release)Plaintiffs brought suit alleging Defendant infringed three patents (U.S. Patent Nos. 7,223,552; 7,459,286; 8,349,581) (the “testing patents”) claiming methods for testing for myeloperoxidase in a bodily sample and a fourth patent (U.S. Patent No. 9,170 …
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