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Tag: Intellectual Property

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Minerva Surgical v. Hologic

Can an inventor challenge a patent that came from an application he originated?

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United States v. Arthrex

Did the Federal Circuit properly resolve the case regarding the power and role of USPTO administrative judges?

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Google v. Oracle

Google’s use of Java API code in the Android operating system was “fair use” and not a copyright infringement.

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Appellate Review of Jury Verdict Will Play a Central Role in Google v. Oracle Case

The Supreme Court requests additional briefing from Google and Oracle in the lead-up to oral arguments.

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U.S. Patent and Trademark Office v. Booking.Com (Decision June 30, 2020)

Is the mark BOOKING.COM protectable as a trademark for online hotel reservation services?

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Georgia v. PublicResource.Org (Decision April 27, 2020)

Commentary published in Georgia’s “official” legal code is not eligible for copyright protection.

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Romag Fasteners v. Fossil (Decision April 23, 2020)

Does trademark infringement have to be “willful” for Romag to recover Fossil’s profits?

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Google v. Oracle

Over 50 amicus briefs tell the Supreme Court how the Google v. Oracle copyright dispute will affect them. Here’s our analysis.

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Iancu v. Brunetti (Decision June 24, 2019)

Can the federal government refuse to trademark “FUCT” or is the mark protected speech despite that it may be scandalous or vulgar?

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Return Mail v. U.S. Postal Service (Decision June 10, 2019)

Is the government a “person” who can request a “covered business method” patent review?

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