Closeup electronic three dimensional plastic printer during work in school laboratory
Closeup electronic three dimensional plastic printer during work in school laboratory (tonaquatic)

In the Law Journal’s Intellectual Property & Life Sciences supplement, articles focus on the new challenges presented by 3D printing, and the impact of two recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions (Sandoz v. Amgen and TC Heartland v. Kraft Foods) among other topics.


Protecting IP in a 3D Printed World
It is clear that 3D printing technology will blur the distinction between tangible and intangible forms by erasing the traditional divisions between manufacturers and consumers and what constitutes components of an infringing product. Read more


Congressional Research Service Reports on AIA’s Impact on Innovation and Proposed Reform
A discussion of the Congressional report on the state of post-grant proceedings before the PTAB, and key components of a bill regarding post-grant proceedings, particularly, inter partes reviews (IPRs). Read more


Patent Litigation in the District of NJ After ‘TC Heartland’
On May 22, the Supreme Court of the United States decided ‘TC Heartland v. Kraft Foods Group Brands,’ which fundamentally changed the patent venue landscape. Read more


IP in the Digital Age: Protecting Against Domain Name and Social Media Infringement
The Internet, along with social media, has made intellectual property theft and infringement much easier. Clients must be vigilant in protecting their trademarks and copyrights in cyberspace. Read more


Supreme Court’s ‘Sandoz v. Amgen’ Decision Favors Biosimilars
On June 12, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a unanimous opinion in ‘Sandoz v. Amgen,’ a highly anticipated case concerning key provisions of the Biologics Price Competition and Innovation Act, part of the larger Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2009. Read more


In the Law Journal’s Intellectual Property & Life Sciences supplement, articles focus on the new challenges presented by 3D printing, and the impact of two recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions (Sandoz v. Amgen and TC Heartland v. Kraft Foods) among other topics.


Protecting IP in a 3D Printed World
It is clear that 3D printing technology will blur the distinction between tangible and intangible forms by erasing the traditional divisions between manufacturers and consumers and what constitutes components of an infringing product. Read more


Congressional Research Service Reports on AIA’s Impact on Innovation and Proposed Reform
A discussion of the Congressional report on the state of post-grant proceedings before the PTAB, and key components of a bill regarding post-grant proceedings, particularly, inter partes reviews (IPRs). Read more


Patent Litigation in the District of NJ After ‘TC Heartland’
On May 22, the Supreme Court of the United States decided ‘TC Heartland v. Kraft Foods Group Brands,’ which fundamentally changed the patent venue landscape. Read more


IP in the Digital Age: Protecting Against Domain Name and Social Media Infringement
The Internet, along with social media, has made intellectual property theft and infringement much easier. Clients must be vigilant in protecting their trademarks and copyrights in cyberspace. Read more


Supreme Court’s ‘Sandoz v. Amgen’ Decision Favors Biosimilars
On June 12, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a unanimous opinion in ‘Sandoz v. Amgen,’ a highly anticipated case concerning key provisions of the Biologics Price Competition and Innovation Act, part of the larger Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2009. Read more