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  1. Narrow independent claims are not expanded by the presence of broad dependents

    USA - March 23 2015

    Federal Circuit vacates judgment of infringement as resting on an overbroad interpretation of the claims.The patent related to a nucleotide probe

  2. Pricey new '.sucks' defensive domain name registrations soon available

    Global - March 24 2015

    It has been reported that priority "sunrise" domain name registrations in the new '.sucks' top-level domain will cost trademark owners a whopping $2

  3. References showing results in one range made investigation into lower ranges obvious; composition claim obvious where patentee’s arguments were based on unclaimed limitation

    USA - March 24 2015

    Federal Circuit affirms bench verdict of invalidity for obviousness. The patent covered an eyedrop composition with a specific range of the drug

  4. Five ways your lawyers can save you money in litigation

    USA - March 24 2015

    When it comes to litigation, people rarely agree on anything. Nearly everyone, however, believes that litigation is too expensive. This view is

  5. No express disclaimer necessary to limit means-plus-function claims to embodiments disclosed in the specification

    USA - March 24 2015

    In a four-patent case, Federal Circuit determines that one patent is not infringed, that two others are invalid, but vacates a judgment of

  1. PTAB’s “quick-fixes” for AIA rules are to be implemented immediately

    USA - March 28 2015

    In a blog post on the USPTO's website, Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property and Director of the USPTO Michelle K. Lee, announced

  2. Jury says Thicke, Pharrell 'got to give it up' over Blurred Lines

    USA - March 26 2015

    Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams' hit single of 2013 - "Blurred Lines" - was found by a federal jury to infringe the musical composition of Marvin

  3. EPO resolves split regarding clarity

    European Union - March 26 2015

    The European Patent Office (EPO) has resolved an internal split of opinions regarding when issues of lack of clarity can be raised in opposition

  4. No express disclaimer necessary to limit means-plus-function claims to embodiments disclosed in the specification

    USA - March 24 2015

    In a four-patent case, Federal Circuit determines that one patent is not infringed, that two others are invalid, but vacates a judgment of

  5. References showing results in one range made investigation into lower ranges obvious; composition claim obvious where patentee’s arguments were based on unclaimed limitation

    USA - March 24 2015

    Federal Circuit affirms bench verdict of invalidity for obviousness. The patent covered an eyedrop composition with a specific range of the drug