Intellectual Property

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  • September 22, 2017

    Amgen Gets $70M In Biosimilar Patent Suit Against Hospira

    A Delaware federal jury awarded Amgen Inc. $70 million in damages late Friday after finding that Hospira Inc. infringed a patent for the anemia treatment Epogen, rejecting Hospira's argument that it was protected by a safe harbor meant for companies seeking federal approval for biosimilar products.

  • September 22, 2017

    Fed. Circ. Ruling To Force More Patent Cases Out Of EDTX

    A Federal Circuit decision Thursday setting guidelines where patent suits can be filed — and rejecting venue rules set by an Eastern District of Texas judge — provides need much-needed clarity in a contentious area of the law and should result in many cases leaving the Texas court, attorneys say.

  • September 22, 2017

    PTAB Invalidation Not Enough To Stay Arista ITC Import Ban

    The Federal Circuit on Friday denied Arista Networks’ request to stay a U.S. International Trade Commission ban on its products that infringe on Cisco Systems’ networking equipment patents that the Patent Trial and Appeal Board later invalidated, but said Arista’s redesigned products could enter the country.

  • September 22, 2017

    PTAB Says Fairchild Merger Doesn't Bar IPR Challenge

    A Patent Trial and Appeal Board panel on Friday allowed ON Semiconductor Corp. to challenge Power Integrations Inc.’s electronic power regulation patent despite having undergone a merger with Fairchild Semiconductor International Inc., finding the patent invalid as obvious.

  • September 22, 2017

    Mass. Case May Lead Policyholders To Limit Litigation Costs

    Massachusetts' highest court recently agreed to review a ruling that shoe maker Vibram's insurance companies can't recoup the sums they paid to defend the company in a trademark dispute, and attorneys say a ruling that the insurers do have a right to reimbursement could lead policyholders to try to limit their litigation costs.

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