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Statements regarding live scientific debate still subject to false advertising claim

USA - January 29 2015 According to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, even if scientific claims are the subject of live scientific debates, that status will…


Actual negotiations trump 40-year Georgia-Pacific test to determine type of patent licensing royalties

USA - November 26 2014 Addressing a lower court’s reasonable royalty determination that chose not to rely on the Georgia Pacific factors, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the…


Judge Posner orders Sherlock Holmes estate to pay attorneys’ fees for “form of extortion”

USA - October 1 2014 In another scathing opinion against the Sherlock Holmes estate, Judge Richard A. Posner ordered the estate to pay attorneys’ fees for bringing…


Copying is not the ultimate test for copyright infringement

USA - August 8 2014 Copying alone is insufficient to establish copyright infringement, according to the U. S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit. In an infringement…


Judge Posner solves Sherlock Holmes copyright case

USA - July 30 2014 The original character of the famous detective Sherlock Holmes, along with his sidekick, Dr. John H. Watson, are no longer subject to copyright…

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