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Fresh From the Bench: Latest Federal Circuit Court Case

CASE OF THE WEEK Treehouse Avatar LLC v. Valve Corp., Appeal No. 2022-1171 (Fed. Cir. Nov. 30, 2022) In the only precedential patent opinion issued by the Federal Circuit this week...

Female Entrepreneurs are Building Lifechanging Businesses. They Need Intellectual Property Protections to Do it.

As a woman who has spent her career as a serial entrepreneur and fighter for women entrepreneurs, I was appalled to read a recent letter from 100 members of Congress calling on Health...

Expert Testimony Inconsistent With Agreed-Upon Claim Construction Is Properly Stricken

Written by: Brianne M. Kingery & Jeremy Anapol TREEHOUSE AVATAR LLC v. VALVE CORPORATION Before Lourie, Reyna, and Stoll. Appeal from the U.S. District Court for the Western ...

Patent Experts Urge Kanter to Reject Calls to Scrap Avanci Business Review Letter

“The authors of the November 30 letter argue that the October 17 letter ‘perpetuates long-standing misunderstandings by some academics, policy activists, and companies, who ...

Patexia Insight 161: Top CAFC Law Firms of 2022

In late October, we released our second annual CAFC Intelligence Report. The report provided high-level statistics and insights and evaluated the stakeholders participating in the...

"They've Helped Themselves to My Artwork..." Banksy Accuses GUESS

  “Attention All Shoplifters…” Another guerrilla marketing strategy or unintentional (intentional) copyright infringement? This fall/winter 2022...

Get to Know This Year's Women Leaders in Tech Law

The Recorder honored the women lawyers handling game-changing, law-shaping, market moving work in and around the tech sector as part of the California Legal Awards on Nov. 3. Meet...

Feed tagged as "insulin":
Nearly one million individuals with diabetes have to inject themselves daily with insulin. Patients with HIV and certain types of cancer also require frequent... Read More »
If approved by the FDA, an insulin pump that integrates a continuous glucose monitor will be the only system of its kind on the market. The MiniMed 530G system... Read More »
Incidence of diabetes, especially adult-onset (Type II) diabetes, is approaching epidemic proportions.  The number of adults with diabetes worldwide has more... Read More »
Scientists from the Danish Stem Cell Center at the University of Copenhagen and Hagedorn Research Institute have gained new insight into the signaling paths that... Read More »
More than 20 million Americans suffer from type II diabetes and the incidence of this disease is on the rise. In diabetes, the body doesn't respond to the hormone ... Read More »
Rapamycin is a widely used drug for cancer and transplant patients, and there are hints that it might even help us put off old age and live longer. But, it also comes ... Read More »
Here’s the weekly collection of hot medical news! Health on trial at the Supreme Court The Supreme Court has been busy with health topics. First... Read More »
The drug rapamycin has been shown to extend lifespan in lab animals, yet rapamycin has also been linked to impaired glucose tolerance and insulin sensitivity, two... Read More »
Insulin resistance in the brain precedes and contributes to cognitive decline above and beyond other causes of Alzheimer's disease, according to a new study from... Read More »
A study by Columbia University researchers suggests that cells in the intestine can be coaxed into making insulin, circumventing the need for a stem cell transplant... Read More »
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) stem cell researchers have shown that insulin and nutrition keep blood stem cells from differentiating into mature blood... Read More »
In a step toward the developing an artificial pancreas, Medtronic announced that the results of the in-clinic ASPIRE (Automation to Simulate Pancreatic Insulin... Read More »
New research suggests that diabetes may start in the intestines. Since it is the pancreas that produces insulin and the liver that stores sugar, scientists have often ... Read More »
Breathing only air is passé.  People have been breathing air forever. People breathe air every day, all day. It is boring. So why are people only... Read More »
  By Jim Finkle               BOSTON (Reuters) - Medtronic Inc has asked software security experts to investigate... Read More »
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