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Surgeons at the University of Maryland School of Medicine performed the first successful porcine (pig) to human heart transplant, a procedure referred to as...

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As the Pandemic still continues and is entering the third year, surely the world and our lifestyles have changed along with it. The patent litigation trend has... Read More »
According to the Trade Court, Google infringed on five audio technology patents held by the speaker manufacturer Sonos and as a result is not allowed to import... Read More »
Trade secrets are an old form of IP that some people argue it dates back to Roman times. They have always been a choice for people who want to protect their... Read More »
Earlier this year we published some of the best performing patent firms of 2021 (Patexia Insight 113). Now for the first time, Patexia has evaluated this data at the... Read More »
Few weeks ago, we published a well-known statistic which however results shocking every time we see it. Around 95% of patents end up being worthless because they ... Read More »
Trade secrets can be grouped in two kinds based on the reasons why their owners choose trade secret over patent. In the first group you would find different... Read More »
Earlier this year, we published our Third Annual Patent Prosecution Intelligence Report. Based on this report, we identified the patent firms with the largest growth... Read More »
Patents have been often considered as safeguards for your inventions, as long as they fall under the “patentable” category and meet the novelty... Read More »
Just recently, in the Life Spine, Inc. v. Aegis Spine, Inc., Case No. 21-1649 (7th Cir. Aug. 9, 2021) (St. Eve, J.), the Seventh Circuit noted that “a... Read More »
We all know that patenting nowadays isn’t easy. In many times due to the paperwork complexity, legal skills required, we choose to hire attorney or law... Read More »
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Sep 4, 2021
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Sep 4, 2021
Especially now with the COVID-19 vaccine patent waiver debate, it comes to our mind the relationship between patent system and access to medicine. As in all... Read More »
USPTO committed to improve the discoverability, accessibility, and usability of public patents and trademarks. Can a uniform ‘Shepardization’ or... Read More »
Tomorrow, we are releasing our Third Annual Patent Prosecution Intelligence Report, where we have analyzed the patent prosecution data for five consecutive years... Read More »
Earlier this year, we reviewed the sharp increase in patent litigation in 2020 (Patexia Insight 96). District Court patent cases rose 17 percent in 2020 compared to... Read More »
Last couple of weeks, we looked at the impact of COVID-19 and recession on IP, specifically patent prosecution. We concluded that there would be at least two to four... Read More »
In BASF Corp. v. SNF Holding Co, Appeal No. 2019-1243 (Fed. Cir., April 8 2020), a Fed. Cir. panel of Judges Lourie, Moore and Chen – Lourie... Read More »
Coronavirus and its global impact have affected almost every sector of the economy. With all of the job losses and the continued lockdown in more than 80% of US... Read More »
This “Guide” is a 1528 page book published by the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys via Thomson Reuters, and edited by Paul Cole and Richard Davis... Read More »
Today, a divided Fed. Cir. panel reversed the district court’s decision invalidating the claim of two Illumina patents, U.S. Pat. Nos. 9,580,751 and 9,738,931... Read More »
In Galderma Labs. v. Teva Pharm. USA, Inc., Appeal Nos. 2019-2396 and 2020-1213 (Fed. Cir,. January 29, 2020), a Fed. Cir. panel of Judges Moore, O’Malley and... Read More »
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