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Hot off the benchdecisions of interest from the Australian courts

Australia - December 24 2014 In Mitchell-Innes v Willis Australia Group Services Pty Ltd (No 2)(Unreported, District Court of New South Wales, Taylor DCJ, 8 December 2014

Clarifying or Conforming? The EPO Bows to the European Commission

European Union - July 14 2017 In late 2016, an Interpretive Notice by the European Commission stated that products produced by essentially biological processes should not be patent

French Data Protection Authority Clarifies Responsibilities for the Use of Cookies in Online Advertising

European Union, France - June 6 2017 In the online advertising sector, achieving a successful advertising campaign often involves implementing cookies (small files stored on computers or

Do Banks Need Holding Companies?

USA - July 13 2017 Most banks have bank holding companies ("BHCs"). BHCs have been formed primarily to facilitate additional nonbanking activities, issue capital

Jones Day’s Review of Business-Related Cases in the Supreme Court’s October Term 2016

USA - July 19 2017 During what many have labeled a "quiet Term," the U.S. Supreme Court, working with only eight justices for most of the session, still delivered at

Congress Moving into the Driver's Seat for Autonomous Vehicles

USA - July 24 2017 On July 19, 2017, the first federal draft bill that addresses developing autonomous vehicle technology advanced to the full U.S. House of

Controversial Rule by CFPB Limits Class Action Waivers in Arbitration Agreements

USA - July 21 2017 A final rule recently issued by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau bars banks and other covered companies from attempting to avoid consumer

PTAB Terminates IPR Just Under the Statutory Wire

USA - July 21 2017 The patent statute requires the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) to issue a final written decision within one year of instituting an Inter Partes

Colorable Difference Test Not Applicable to CDO Sanctions

USA - July 21 2017 A recent ITC enforcement decision highlights the importance of redesigns as an effective strategy for Respondents at the ITC. In Certain Network

SAS Files Opening Brief in Supreme Court Opposing “Partial” Final Written Decisions

USA - July 21 2017 On July 20, SAS Institute, Inc., represented by Jones Day, filed its opening brief in the Supreme Court. SAS’s brief amplifies the arguments