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So You Want to Be Famous - Do You Have $10 Billion? Patagonia Trademark Deemed Famous for Trademark Dilution Claim

USA - November 22 2019 In April 2019, outdoor apparel company Patagonia, Inc. sued Anheuser-Busch, LLC in the District Court for the Central District of California…

Catherine Holland, Jeff Van Hoosear.

Use My Likeness? Over My Dead Body!

USA - January 11 2021 On November 30, 2020, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into law New York Senate Bill S5959D, an amendment to New York’s right of publicity law…

Jonathan Hyman.

Claims Using Naturally-Occurring Phenomenon in Method of Preparation Found Patent Eligible

USA - March 18 2020 Illumina, Inc. (“Illumina”) sued Ariosa Diagnostics, Inc. (“Ariosa”) alleging infringement of patents directed to methods of extracting fetal DNA…

Christie Matthaei, Paul Stewart.

Patentee’s Lexicography Negates Infringement Despite Defendant’s Use of Claim Term in Product Literature

USA - December 4 2019 Summary: The patentee’s lexicography of “parison” excluded the allegedly infringing product even though the alleged infringer’s product literature…

Jeremy Anapol, Paul Stewart.

PTAB Must Evidence Decision Path During IPR Proceedings

USA - August 3 2020 Intel Corp., et al., (“Intel”) petitioned for inter partes review (“IPR”) of a patent owned by Alacritech, Inc. (“Alacritech”). Intel asserted that…

Karen M. Cassidy, Paul Stewart.