Claim construction law and the future of biotech patent litigation.
Television broadcasters filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against FilmOn.com Inc., a company that allows users to stream live television programs online.
An Australian federal court ruled for DC Comics in rejecting a local fitness company's attempt to register a "Superman Workout" trademark.
Vermont has become the first state in the nation to file a so-called "patent troll" lawsuit, taking action Wednesday against a company that has written to a number of businesses claiming patents to technology that attaches scanned documents to e-mails over company computer networks.
The new post-grant procedures created by the America Invents Act could, and likely will, have a direct effect on patent valuation and how firms conduct due diligence.
Lawyers under sanction for fraudulently filing dozens of copyright infringement lawsuits against people accused of downloading pornographic films have filed an appeal, as the attorneys who represented them before the sanctioning judge have disappeared from the case.
3-D printing technology, which makes it possible to create an item by simply downloading a design file and printing it out as a plastic object, is likely to trigger legal conflicts surrounding copyrights, trademarks, and patents.
Companies are increasingly using computer forensics to investigate the who, what, when, where, and why of data theft by departing employees.
It remains to be seen how far a recent Georgia Supreme Court decision will go in limiting the ability of companies to stop their employees from jumping ship to competitors.
A unanimous U.S. Supreme Court that is often skeptical of patents embraced a key seed patent on Monday in the case of a Monsanto Co. soybean variety that was being replicated by savvy farmers.
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