Blockchain Patents and Litigation

JD Supra Law

Blockchain has the potential to be the new frontier of innovation and a disruptor of existing technologies, and with this, has the potential for significant patent litigation.

Understanding the Challenges of Patent Litigation Discovery

IP.com

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Report: ANDA Litigation is Declining

IP Watchdog

Last week, Patexia released its second annual ANDA Litigation Intelligence Report in which we covered the rankings, statistics and comprehensive analysis of abbreviated new drug application (ANDA) and Hatch-Waxman stakeholders.

Litigation Under COVID 19 in Colombia

Olartemoure Blog

COVID 19 quarantines and social distancing have upset every single part of our lives, and litigation in Colombia has definitely not been the exception. So, how is litigation being handled at the moment in Colombia? Partner | Litigation and ADR Director.

Ramey & Schwaller is Seeking a Litigation Attorney

IP Watchdog

Ramey & Schwaller is looking for a litigation attorney with 3-5 years of litigation experience in federal court. This is a fun, very active position with immediate exposure to all aspects of patent litigation.

2021 Year in Review: Noteworthy Precedent for Patent Litigators

JD Supra Law

As the world marched forward in the face of the lingering covid-19 global pandemic, the Supreme Court and Federal Circuit followed suit, issuing several noteworthy decisions of which patent litigators should be aware in 2022.

The Leaderboard: Tracking A Firm's Litigation Footprint

IP Law 360

Follow a firm’s litigation footprint in federal district courts across the country with our interactive chart

ANDA Litigation Settlements - Summer 2021

JD Supra Law

This chart summarizes the case name, drug, patents-in-suit, and publicly available terms for reported settlements in federal district court cases that are filed pursuant to the Hatch-Waxman Act. By: Robins Kaplan LLP

Is Commercial Agency Litigation in Colombia over?

Olartemoure Blog

Such broad definition traditionally implies that almost every commercial relationship will end in a Commercial Agency litigation if not properly limited by the parties from its beginning. Felipe Acosta Partner | Litigation and ADR Director felipe.acosta@olartemoure.com.

More fantasy sports litigation

Likelihood of Confusion

The post More fantasy sports litigation appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™. We wrote in the past about the bogus “right of publicity” issue and the unsuccessful attempt by major league sports to claim ownership in statistics and grab a piece of.

Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath is Seeking an IP Litigation Associate

IP Watchdog

Faegre Drinker is actively recruiting a litigation associate to join their thriving Intellectual Property practice. jobs Legal Position Litigation Attorney Position Litigation Attorneys litigation jobs Litigation Lawyers

Guest Post: Community Ties in Patent Litigation

Patently-O

Yet despite the Chief Justice’s approval of random case assignment, he noted in his year-end report that there is an “important and sometimes competing” value at issue with mandating random assignment of patent cases: Congress has shaped the federal courts into districts and divisions “so that litigants are served by federal judges tied to their communities.” WSOU] has only two employees who work from Waco, one of whom is its in-house attorney responsible for litigation.

Patent Litigation Update – July 2021

JD Supra Law

Fortress’s Two-Billion Dollar Verdict Against Intel Highlights a Patent Litigation Gold Rush Among Investment Firms - Recent years have seen steady growth in investment firms entering the patent litigation space.

NPE litigation in the US bounces back

IAM Magazine

Analysis Analysis: Market Litigation Market Developments Non-Practising Entities Patents

Patent Litigation Trends To Watch In 2022

IP Law 360

Patent attorneys are optimistic that some digital litigation shortcuts put in place due to the pandemic will remain in place going forward to cut down on travel, while the prominence of litigation funding and emerging technologies appear to be spurring new and different types of patent cases and court strategies. Here are the patent litigation trends to watch this year

New IP Monetization Models Will Rely Less on Litigation in 2022

IP Watchdog

Business Guest Contributors Holiday Posts IP News IPWatchdog Articles Licensing Litigation Patents 2022 outlook Guest Contributor innovation intellectual property IP monetization NFTs patent Patent Litigation Social Media technology The Intangible Investor

Patent litigation – a global undertaking

IAM Magazine

A patentee that wishes to most effectively enforce its portfolio can often choose from forums across the United States and worldwide. Supplement article

[Complimentary Conference] Pharma & Biotech Patent Litigation - February 23rd - 24th, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm CET

JD Supra Law

15 Years of Pharma & Biotech Patent Litigation in Europe - C5’s Pharma & Biotech Patent Litigation in Europe will take place 23–24 February, 2022 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

The Rising Demand For Commercial Litigators In 2022

IP Law 360

Amid broken supply chains, pandemic-induced bankruptcies and a rise in regulation by litigation, strong commercial litigators — strategists who are adept in trying a range of tortious and contractual disputes — are becoming a must-have for many law firms, making this year an opportune moment to make the career switch, say Michael Ascher and Kimberly Donlon at Major Lindsey

Arbitration vs. Litigation vs. Mechanic's Liens

GDB Firm Blog

Mechanic's liens have often been forced to live in two worlds: litigation and arbitration. The liens are a creature of statute (New York Lien Law) which provides that they must be enforced through a lien foreclosure action in court. But many contracts call for disputes to be adjudicated exclusively in arbitration. There is nothing in an arbitration clause which precludes the filing of a lien. But once filed, how is a contractor to proceed

IP Law Professors, Litigators Launch New Firm Lex Lumina

IP Law 360

A group of litigators and intellectual property academics have announced the opening of Lex Lumina, their new litigation firm in New York City

Texas Patent Litigation Monthly Wrap-Up - October 2021

JD Supra Law

This post summarizes some of the significant developments related to patent litigation in federal district courts of Texas for the month of October 2021.

Final Judgment and Order of Permanent Injunction Entered in Immunex v. Samsung Bioepis Etanercept Biosimilar Litigation

JD Supra Law

Samsung Bioepis BPCIA litigation entered a Final Judgment and Order of Permanent Injunction on November 3, 2021. As we previously reported, the litigation pertains to ETICOVO (etanercept-ykro), Samsung Bioepis’s biosimilar of ENBREL. The New Jersey district court in the Immunex v.

[Video] What's New on China's Punitive Damages in IP Litigation?

JD Supra Law

Punitive damages system has been established for intellectual property infringement cases from the basic law to the special law in China.

[Guest Post] The wisdom of Dune and copyright litigation

The IPKat

The author argues that copyright holders would do well to heed this wisdom before entering into litigation, as exemplified by a recent decision from the Swedish Patent and Market Court in case PMT 2401-21.

Litigation Update: AbbVie v. Alvotech hf (Adalimumab)

JD Supra Law

We have previously reported on AbbVie’s first and second wave suits against Alvotech hf (Alvotech) in the Northern District of Illinois regarding an adalimumab biosimilar.

Second Circuit Rebukes District Court in Two-Decade Old Patsy’s Pizza Litigation

IP Watchdog

The decision is related to two decades of litigation. Circuit Courts of Appeal Courts District Courts IP News IPWatchdog Articles Litigation Trademark intellectual property likelihood of confusion Patsy's Brand Patsy's Pizza trademark trademarks U.S. On August 17, in the case of I.O.B.

3 Attorney Ethics Considerations For Litigation Funding

IP Law 360

The growth of the litigation finance industry has generated questions on the obligations of counsel when their clients are seeking outside capital to fund litigation, which litigators must understand when providing information to a third-party funder and discussing legal strategy with a client, says Matthew Oxman at LexShares

Apple Says 'Serial' Litigant's Florida Suit Belongs In California

IP Law 360

Apple has urged a Florida federal judge to move an antitrust suit over its App Store to northern California, where a district court has already tossed what the tech giant says are similar claims from a "serial" litigant who wants to end-run the previous ruling

Four things to watch as China’s first patent linkage litigation is filed

IAM Magazine

Analysis Analysis: Legal Law & Policy Litigation PatentsBeijing IP Court lawsuit launched by Japan’s Chugai Pharmaceutical will be inaugural test of the new system, and possible procedural issues are already appearing.

Why patent litigators are now central to a wide range of commercial disputes

IAM Magazine

Analysis Analysis: Legal Long read Litigation Patents ValuationThe Long Read : It’s no longer all about infringement, write Michelle Avery, Nicole McTernan and Drew Sills of Ocean Tomo. Instead, IP specialists are increasingly being called on in a diverse array of corporate lawsuits.

Kirkland Adds McKool Smith Litigator To Austin IP Practice

IP Law 360

Kirkland & Ellis LLP expanded its intellectual property practice group in Austin, Texas, with the hiring of a former McKool Smith Hennigan PC attorney who has worked alongside U.S. District Judge Alan Albright

Patent Filings Roundup: New Litigation-Funded Campaign; PTAB Denies Under NHK-Fintiv Despite Sotera(ish) Stipulation

IP Watchdog

Courts District Courts Guest Contributors IP News IPWatchdog Articles Litigation Patents USPTO Guest Contributor intellectual property inter partes review IPR patent Patent Litigation patent office Patent Trial and Appeal Board patents post grant procedures PTAB

District Court Stays Litigation for Second Time Pending Patent Review

The IP Law Blog

In WAG Acquisition LLC v. Flying Crocodile Inc et al , 2-19-cv-01278 (WDWA Dec. 28, 2021), the Court granted defendants’ motion to stay pending ex parte reexamination even though the case had already previously been stayed pending inter partes review.

Patent Filings Roundup: Litigation Funding WAGs the Dog; Funded Western District Semiconductor Campaign Sees IPRs Filed

IP Watchdog

who filed five against the litigation financed entity (Fullbrite Capital Partners, LLC), and six filed by Lumenis Ltd. in an apparent litigation-free freedom-to-operate action.

SAS v. WPL Litigation is of Great Importance to the Smallest Creators

The Illusion of More

WPL) of the UK have been litigants for more than a decade. WPL Litigation is of Great Importance to the Smallest Creators appeared first on The Illusion of More. Software companies SAS Institute of the U.S. and World Programming, Ltd.

Beer trademarks lead to litigation

Texas Intellectual Property Law Blog

Although it’s important to defend a company or organization’s intellectual property, some companies can push the boundary lines with copyright litigation.

Beer trademarks lead to litigation

Texas Intellectual Property Law Blog

Although it’s important to defend a company or organization’s intellectual property, some companies can push the boundary lines with copyright litigation.

Venue and Pleading Infringement in Hatch-Waxman Litigation Turn on Location and Identity of ANDA Filer

JD Supra Law

Summary: In Hatch-Waxman litigation: (1) infringement occurs where the ANDA is submitted and not where the patentee received notice of the ANDA submission; (2) the presence of an affiliated entity or employees in the district is…. CELGENE CORP. MYLAN PHARM. et al.

America’s trademark litigation gravy train – the Bratz / Barbie case is back!

Likelihood of Confusion

I can’t claim to be keeping close tabs on what’s going on in theBarbie / Bratz trademark litigation. The post America’s trademark litigation gravy train – the Bratz / Barbie case is back!

LEGALPAY TO DEMOCRATIZE LITIGATION FUNDING FOR RETAIL INVESTORS

Biswajit Sarkar Copyright Blog

LegalPay is a litigation finance platform which helps an entity transfer the burden cost to a third party. With its aim to ease financial burden of litigation, LegalPay also helps the Plaintiff cover its legal fees, working capital with non-recourse litigation funding.

Patent Linkage and Article 76 Proceedings in China: A Litigator's Perspective

JD Supra Law

This new system will also create a new form of pharmaceutical patent litigation in China. China has recently unveiled its own version of a patent linkage system that has been highly watched by stakeholders and industry observers.

The Sham Litigation Exception after AbbVie - Is the Subjective Element a Sham?

JD Supra Law

The FTC claimed that the manufacturers had brought “sham” patent infringement litigation in 2011 against Teva and another generic supplier, Perrigo. The Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) sued AbbVie and Besins Healthcare, co-owners of a patent that covered brand AndroGel, in 2017.