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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.

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Misleading Bloomberg Law Post Claims IP Litigation Finance is for Investors, Not Inventors

IP Close Up

Opinions run hot and facts loose when it comes to describing providers of litigation capital, especially if the funds are used in support of plaintiffs Continue reading.

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Paris Litigation Gazette - Issue 1

JD Supra Law

Welcome to the first edition of the Litigation Gazette. Each quarter, BCLP's Paris team keep you informed of the main litigation news in competition law, commercial litigation, labor law, IP/IT/Data and compliance.

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SEP litigation

Olartemoure Blog

This litigation began in 2019, when Optis accused Apple of infringing 8 of its patents, claiming to be essential for the 3G and 4G standards. La entrada SEP litigation se publicó primero en OlarteMoure | Intellectual Property. Litigation and ADR News Newsletter Patents

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Will DAOs Be Patent Litigants?

JD Supra Law

As such, they may one day become embroiled in patent litigation, even though such litigation has been rare in the blockchain space. Decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs) are a popular way to organize technical projects.

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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.

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IP litigation oral report

Olartemoure Blog

According to the ACCJ, said reports could be requested by the parties in an IP litigation process in order to directly expose cases of high technical or legal complexity before the court. La entrada IP litigation oral report se publicó primero en OlarteMoure | Intellectual Property.

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mRNA IP 2022 Year in Review: Pioneers Clash in Major Patent Litigations

IP Watchdog

Substantial patent litigation activity occurred in the mRNA space in 2022, involving nearly all of the major mRNA and lipid nanoparticle (LNP) pioneers.

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Dualism in IP litigation

Olartemoure Blog

La entrada Dualism in IP litigation se publicó primero en OlarteMoure | Intellectual Property. Litigation and ADR News Newsletter ip litigation litigation

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Takeaways from the Hermès Litigation over MetaBirkins NFTs

JD Supra Law

The highly anticipated jury verdict in the Hermès litigation over MetaBirkins NFTs has some important takeaways for both artists and sellers of NFTs as well as brand owners.

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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.

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Understanding the Challenges of Patent Litigation Discovery

IP.com

The post Understanding the Challenges of Patent Litigation Discovery appeared first on IP.com - IP Innovation and Analytics. Patent Filing & Litigation

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Patent Litigation in the United States, 1980 to 2020

IP Watchdog

Is patent litigation out of control? Has patent litigation ever been out of control? I initially started this research in 1997, while working on my Master’s thesis, which dealt with patent litigation and the use of alternative dispute resolution.

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Court limits obligation to request PIS expediting IP litigation

Olartemoure Blog

This decision streamlines litigation in Andean member states given it would take the ACC anywhere from 6 months to one year to issue a PI. La entrada Court limits obligation to request PIS expediting IP litigation se publicó primero en OlarteMoure | Intellectual Property.

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Will the Year of the Rabbit be the Year of Contentious Copyright Litigation over AI-Generated Content?

Hugh Stephens Blog

However, when it comes to the thorny issue of copyright and content generated by artificial intelligence … Continue reading "Will the Year of the Rabbit be the Year of Contentious Copyright Litigation over AI-Generated Content

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Life Sciences Litigation Update - January 2023

JD Supra Law

The issue of what is or is not patent-eligible subject matter under 35 U.S.C. § 101 has been hotly contested over the past decade. The debate stems largely from two U.S. Supreme Court decisions on the topic, as well as a large body of caselaw from the U.S.

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mRNA Patent Litigation: The ‘Sport of Kings’

SpicyIP

Some argue that neither Moderna nor BioNTech-Pfizer nor Curevac and others who are litigating this tech own the technology – it belongs to the world and is in public domain ( here also). Image from here.

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Faegre Drinker is Seeking an IP Litigation Associate

IP Watchdog

Faegre Drinker is actively recruiting a litigation associate to join the firm's thriving Intellectual Property practice. This full-time, permanent position offers competitive compensation and unlimited potential for professional growth.

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Some common outcomes when pursuing patent litigation

JD Supra Law

Patents protect intellectual property, but they are most effective when the holder is willing to defend them using litigation. It may involve jury trials, bench trials or even a subsequent appeal to the Circuit Court. By: Hudnell Law Group

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Investing in Intellectual Property is a Growing Challenge for Unicorns, Litigants, Technology

IP Close Up

The value of most companies’ today is derived from their intellectual property.

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Texas Patent Litigation Monthly Wrap-Up: January 2023

JD Supra Law

The Texas patent litigation monthly update for January 2023 summarizes one patent decision that issued from the Western District of Texas. This decision is one of the first Rule 12(b)(6) motions to dismiss granted in a patent proceeding in recent years in the Western District of Texas.

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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.

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Best of 2007: Litigation guy

Likelihood of Confusion

The post Best of 2007: Litigation guy appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™. Seems we just get started and before you know it, comes the time we have to say, "So long." Parody and Satire Carol Burnett Family Guy

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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

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China: Patent litigation

IAM Magazine

After discovering an infringement, the best way for patent owners to enforce their rights in China is to file a civil lawsuit before a court, requesting cessation of the infringement and compensation for economic losses

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China: Patent litigation

IAM Magazine

After discovering an infringement, the best way for patent owners to enforce their rights in China is to file a civil lawsuit before a court, requesting cessation of the infringement and compensation for economic losses

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NPE litigation in the US bounces back

IAM Magazine

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

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Upcoming Webinar Series! Commercial Litigation Outlook: Insights and Predictions for Litigation Trends in 2023

Trading Secrets

Welcome to the third annual installment of Seyfarth Shaw’s Commercial Litigation Outlook , in which our nationally-recognized team provides insights about litigation issues and trends to expect in 2023. In short, we expect an uneven year where some litigation booms and some busts.

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NFT Litigation From Around the World

JD Supra Law

We’ve previously written about the rise in NFT litigation in the United States. Not surprisingly, the global interest in this new genre of cryptographic assets has occasioned an inevitable increase in disputes involving NFTs in other parts of the world.

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Brazil: Patent litigation

IAM Magazine

Additionally, there are courts specialised in IP matters, such as the state courts of Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo, where most litigation is filed

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Greece: Patent litigation

IAM Magazine

The complexity of most patent disputes makes it imperative that litigants entrust their cases to lawyers who specialise in IP protection Only lawyers (ie, attorneys at law) who are members of a Greek bar association may represent parties before the Greek civil courts, without restriction.

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A Guide to Disclosures in Delaware Patent Litigation in the Face of Pending Federal Circuit Review

IP Watchdog

Heightened mandatory initial disclosures in patent litigation may affect a client’s decision to pursue litigation in a forum, especially if there is a risk (real or perceived) of having to disclose sensitive company information from the outset of litigation.

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Hermès’ Challenge of ‘MetaBirkin’ NFTs Foretells Future Trademark Litigation Trends

IP Watchdog

Business Guest Contributors IP News IPWatchdog Articles Litigation Technology & Innovation Trademark Birkin Guest Contributor Hermes intellectual property Metabirkin metaverse NFTs non-fungible tokens Rogers v.

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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.

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Litigating Patents in Texas: IPWatchdog LIVE Panel Notes Order Curbing Albright May Soon Be Revoked

IP Watchdog

Courts IP News IPWatchdog Articles Litigation Patents Technology & Innovation

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[Video] Webinar | Initiating Trade Secret Litigation

JD Supra Law

Trade secret litigation can be a costly and laborious endeavor. Before beginning litigation, careful planning and a thorough understanding of the trade secret litigation process are crucial to make the most of one’s efforts and lay the groundwork for a favorable outcome.

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Litigation as a Source of Profit? Non-Practicing Entities and Patent Litigation

IPilogue

Litigation is almost always recommended to be avoided , whether because of the sheer amount of time needed to get a court date, the expensive costs for the client and law firm, or the risks associated with receiving an unfavorable judgement.

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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

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Delaware Judge Seeks to Expose Patent-Litigation Funders

The IP Law Blog

Do defendants and the court have the right to ask who is funding a particular patent litigation? The party must identify the third-party funder and whether the third-party funder has the right to approve litigation or settlement decisions.

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Remote litigation divide may shape court selection: counsel

Managing IP

Litigators debate what proceedings are best done remotely and whether courts’ differing approaches will affect forum shopping. Default Analysis United States IP Strategy Patents

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Catching Up On Patent Litigation With Judge Albright

IP Law 360

In a wide-ranging recent interview with Law360, the former patent litigator discusses how that rule is playing out, what jury trials have been like and why his dog has an unusual name

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SEP/FRAND Disputes: Arbitration or Litigation?

JD Supra Law

Disputes as to the licensing of standard-essential patents (SEP) and determination of fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory (FRAND) terms are typically resolved through either negotiation or litigation in national courts.

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Faegre Drinker is Seeking an IP Associate – Litigation

IP Watchdog

Faegre Drinker is actively recruiting a litigation associate to join its thriving Intellectual Property practice.