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FDA Approves XOLAIR to Treat Children and Adults With One or More Food Allergies

JD Supra Law

XOLAIR was initially approved by the FDA in 2003. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved XOLAIR (omalizumab) for the reduction of allergic reactions, including anaphylaxis, that may occur with accidental exposure to one or more foods in adult and pediatric patients aged 1 year and older with Immunoglobulin E (IgE)-mediated food allergy.

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The World’s Oldest Active Torrent Turns 20 Years Old


In 2003, the World Wide Web was still in its infancy. The torrent was created in September 2003 and will turn 20 years old in a few days. After convincing the crew that BitTorrent was the right choice, Frost created a torrent on September 28, 2003. There was a new technology making waves at the time.


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Civil War Letters Still Copyrighted?

Dear Rich IP Blog

Divide your letters into three categories: Unpublished letters as of January 1, 2003. Letters published as of 2003 without the authority of the copyright owner. Letters published before 2003 with the authority of the copyright owner. Here's some guidance to help you decide. Same as above. "[A]n

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The Times They Are a-Changin’? A Look at the Revised Patent Prosecution Timelines in the Draft Patent Amendment Rules


Sabeeh Ahmad The Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade, Ministry of Commerce has released the Draft Patents (Amendment) Rules, 2023 (“Draft Rules”) suggesting some key changes in the Patent Rules, 2003 (“2003 Rules”). In this post, I shall discuss these suggested changes in comparison with the existing 2003 Rules.

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Universal Health Network v.  Adiuvo Diagnostics Private Limited: Clarity on Writ Jurisdiction against Orders from the IPO 


Analysis The determination of appropriate office is a key consideration in matters determining the jurisdiction of High Courts, especially in terms of opposition because Rule 55 of the Patent Rules 2003, clearly stipulates that opposition can only be filed in the appropriate office.

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Drake Argues Artist Doesn't Own Copyright To Pursue Suit

IP Law 360

The rapper Drake pushed back against claims that he stole a phrase from Ghanaian artist Obrafour's 2003 hip-hop remix and used it in his song "Calling My Name," telling a New York federal court that a different artist actually holds the copyright for the phrase in Ghana.

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Plagiarism in Pop Culture: Saturday Night Live

Plagiarism Today

That is precisely what happened in episode 18, season 29 of the show, which aired in May 2003. 2003 was a very interesting time for plagiarism in academia. Turnitin, for example, launched in 2000 but was still rare for universities in 2003, let alone high schools. Content Warning: Spoilers for the SNL sketch entitled plagiarism.