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Ariad Pharmaceuticals et al. v. Eli Lilly & Co.: A Question of Possession
May 21, 2010 - BNA's Life Sciences Law & Industry Report
By: N. Scott Pierce
The following is an exercept from this article: In Ariad Pharmaceuticals et al. v. Eli Lilly & Co., 598 F.3d 1336 (Fed. Cir. 2010), the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal...
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When "In" Means "Out" - Or How Advanced Micro Devices Collected $1.25B Without Having to Make a Single Computer Chip
January 2010
Most every technology startup relies heavily on its own research efforts when developing new products and services. Nurturing a strong reputation for innovation can be essential to...
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Significant Changes in European and Chinese Patent Law: What You Need to Know
November 2009 - Boston Patent Law Association Newsletter
By: Alexander Adam, Ph.D and Deirdre E. Sanders
On September 18, 2009, the BPLA International and Foreign Practice Committee sponsored a seminar entitled, “Significant Changes in European and Chinese Patent Law: What you need...
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Renewing Trademark Registrations
November 2009 - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Alert
By: John L. DuPré and Mark B. Solomon
Imagine that you are advising your client regarding the renewal of a trademark registration for a mark that you originally registered just under ten years ago. Your client is the current...
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Patent Practice: A Shifting Landscape
September 2009 - GC New England Roundtable Series 2009
The following is an excerpt from the series: Patent practice these days is all about belt-tightening, changing attitudes, and teamwork. We’ve asked five noted practitioners...
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Common Sense: Treating Statutory Non-Obviousness as a Novelty Issue
June 2009 - Santa Clara Computer and High Technology Law Journal
By: N. Scott Pierce
The following is the abstract from the article: Title 35 of the United States Code at § 103 limits patent protection to subject matter that would not be “obvious at the...
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Employee Invention Assignments Given an About Face
March 31, 2008 - New England In-house
By: David J. Brody
The following article appeared in New England In-House: The Federal Circuit Court of Appeals has “reached out” to employee invention assignment agreements, ruling they...
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A New Day Yesterday: Benefit as the Foundation and Limit of Exclusive Rights in Patent Law
January 2007 - The John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law
By: N. Scott Pierce
The following is the abstract from the article: The exclusive right afforded by patent protection to an inventor is in exchange for contribution to the public domain of an enabling...
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Ariad Pharmaceuticals et al. v. Eli Lilly & Co.: A Question of Possession
May 21, 2010 - BNA's Life Sciences Law & Industry Report
By: N. Scott Pierce
The following is an exercept from this article: In Ariad Pharmaceuticals et al. v. Eli Lilly & Co., 598 F.3d 1336 (Fed. Cir. 2010), the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal...
More »

When "In" Means "Out" - Or How Advanced Micro Devices Collected $1.25B Without Having to Make a Single Computer Chip
January 2010
Most every technology startup relies heavily on its own research efforts when developing new products and services. Nurturing a strong reputation for innovation can be essential to...
More »

Significant Changes in European and Chinese Patent Law: What You Need to Know
November 2009 - Boston Patent Law Association Newsletter
By: Alexander Adam, Ph.D and Deirdre E. Sanders
On September 18, 2009, the BPLA International and Foreign Practice Committee sponsored a seminar entitled, “Significant Changes in European and Chinese Patent Law: What you need...
More »

Renewing Trademark Registrations
November 2009 - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Alert
By: John L. DuPré and Mark B. Solomon
Imagine that you are advising your client regarding the renewal of a trademark registration for a mark that you originally registered just under ten years ago. Your client is the current...
More »

Patent Practice: A Shifting Landscape
September 2009 - GC New England Roundtable Series 2009
The following is an excerpt from the series: Patent practice these days is all about belt-tightening, changing attitudes, and teamwork. We’ve asked five noted practitioners...
More »

Common Sense: Treating Statutory Non-Obviousness as a Novelty Issue
June 2009 - Santa Clara Computer and High Technology Law Journal
By: N. Scott Pierce
The following is the abstract from the article: Title 35 of the United States Code at § 103 limits patent protection to subject matter that would not be “obvious at the...
More »

Employee Invention Assignments Given an About Face
March 31, 2008 - New England In-house
By: David J. Brody
The following article appeared in New England In-House: The Federal Circuit Court of Appeals has “reached out” to employee invention assignment agreements, ruling they...
More »

A New Day Yesterday: Benefit as the Foundation and Limit of Exclusive Rights in Patent Law
January 2007 - The John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law
By: N. Scott Pierce
The following is the abstract from the article: The exclusive right afforded by patent protection to an inventor is in exchange for contribution to the public domain of an enabling...
More »

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