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U.S. court throws out VirnetX $368 million patent award vs Apple

Court tosses USD 368 mn patent case verdict against Apple

San Francisco September 17, 2014 Last Updated at 00:45 IST A federal appeals court today tossed out a USD 368 million verdict against Apple, ruling that jurors were given evidence that may have skewed the sum. "We vacate the jury's damages award and remand ... Business Standard, 8 hours ago

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Bioresearch Online

Synthetic turf patent litigation highlights hindsight concerns with expert evidence

FieldTurf Tarkett Inc v TigerTurf International Limited On 20 June 2014, the Federal Court handed down its decision in appeals against decisions of the Commissioner of Patents concerning two patent applications filed by FieldTurf Tarkett Inc (and ...
 Lexology1 day ago The thorny problem of patentable eligible subject matter: part 8 of a 10-part series: Australia update  Lexology5 days ago Australian Federal Court Upholds Gene Patents  Bioresearch Online6 days ago Isolated DNA & RNA patentable in Australia  Lexology6 days ago
JD Supra

U.S. SC created confusion with June patent decision, former Federal Circuit judge says

WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) Paul Michel, the former chief judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, says the future of the nation's economy is in jeopardy after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in June that some software method and ...
 The Southeast Texas Record1 day ago Apotex, Inc., et al. v. UCB, Inc., et al.  Lexology5 days ago Routine patent litigation giving rise to antitrust liability  Lexology6 days ago Checking It Twice: Verify Facts and Arguments on Prior Art to Avoid Inequitable Conduct in Patent Prosecution  JD Supra6 days ago

A Small Rules Change May Make Life Much Harder For Patent Trolls

A barely noticed change to the rules governing federal courts by a little-known committee in Washington may make life a whole lot harder for patent trolls, by forcing them to make specific allegations of patent infringement instead of merely ...
 Forbes.com4 days ago
Melbourne Age

Calls for patent law reform after Federal Court judgement

DAVID MARK: The Cancer Council says Australian patent laws must be changed after the Federal Court today ruled that private companies can own human gene mutations. The court found that Australian law does allow the US company, Myriad Genetics, to ...
 ABC Online1 week ago Mutation of breast cancer gene can be patented, says Federal Court  Melbourne Age1 week ago Cancer shock over BRCA1 patent  Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago Cancer blow: genes can be patented  Melbourne Age1 week ago

VirnetX pops after favorable court ruling against Microsoft

A federal judge has denied Microsoft's ( MSFT -0.1% ) motion to VHC )+Receives+Favorable+Decision+in+Microsoft+(NASDAQ: MSFT )+Case/9822354.html" target="_blank"> stay a patent suit filed by VirnetX ( VHC +7.1% ), and ordered the two to make a ...
 Seeking Alpha6 days ago What Lies In Store For Microsoft's Android Patents?  Seeking Alpha1 week ago Microsoft sues Samsung in US, alleging contract breach  Asian Age1 month ago Contract row: Microsoft sues Samsung in US  Deccan Herald1 month ago

Religion & Ethics: Patenting human genes?

Can a company own the rights to a human gene? The Australian Federal Court says 'yes' . In a departure from rulings in other parts of the world, the Court has upheld the rights of US company Myriad Genetic to patent the breast cancer gene, BRCA1. ...
 ABC Online1 week ago Private Companies Now Have The Right To Patent Human Genes  Business Insider Australia1 week ago

BRIEF-Biotage says US appeals court rejects patent claims

1:09pm BST STOCKHOLM, Sept 11 (Reuters) - Biotage : * Success in re-examination proceedings * U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit have affirmed US Patent and Trademark Office's Patent Trial and Appeal Board decisions to reject all claims ...
 Reuters UK5 days ago BIOTAGE : success in re-examination proceedings  4 Traders5 days ago Failure of Appellant to Appeal Damages Award Precludes District Court to Reconsider Damages After Partial Reversal  JD Supra1 week ago Bridgeport Fittings Wins Reexamination of Patent  TED Magazine1 week ago
Digital Journal

The patent gene debate: who owns your genes?

The Federal Court of Australia has in favor of the U.S. company Myriad Genetics. The genetics testing company holds a patent on naturally occurring mutations in the BRCA1 gene. The associated test can predict a woman's risk for certain types of ...
 Digital Journal3 days ago Human DNA belongs to no one - it shouldnt be patented  Big News Network1 week ago Isolated genes patentable: Cancer Voices Australia v Myriad Genetics  Lexology1 week ago Australian federal court rules isolated genetic material can be patented  Big News Network1 week ago

Australia upholds idea that genes can be patented

Genes can still be patented in Australia, thanks to a recent ruling by the country's federal court. The court determined last year that companies can patent human genes particularly Myriad Genetics patent on breast cancer-associated gene BRA1 ...
 MedCity News1 week ago Genes still patentable in Australia as appeal rejected  New Scientist1 week ago
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