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For the first time the U.S. International Trade Commission (U.S. ITC) issued a stay of a cease and desist order (CDO) issued at the conclusion of an investigation under § 337 of the Tariff Act. In the matter of Certain...more
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In a statement likely to be influential with courts, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) on January 9 issued a joint Policy Statement urging limitations on remedies for infringement...more
In This Issue:
..News From the Bench:
- Clarification of the “Vitiation Test” when applying the Doctrine of Equivalents.
- The “Success More Likely Than Not” and “Ordinary Observer” Standards for a...more
What is the standard for deciding a motion to stay in view of a contested office proceeding?
Courts typically consider: (1) whether a stay will unduly prejudice or present a clear tactical disadvantage to the nonmoving...more
In This Issue:
Conducting Efficient Patent Litigation Discovery -
The costs associated with discovery, and particularly electronic document discovery, in patent litigation can be effectively controlled with upfront...more
Copyright reform in Canada has, after a decade of effort, finally moved towards implementation. On November 7, 2012, pursuant to an Order in Council, many provisions of the Copyright Modernization Act, SC 2012, c 20, came...more
Any organization with a website should take care that it is not posting anyone else’s copyrighted content without permission. If a court finds that the unauthorized use of another’s copyrighted content was done intentionally,...more
In This Bulletin:
Final Patent Rules Provide Few Surprises; CFAA is Losing Ground as a Tool to Fight Trade Secret Misappropriation; Quick Updates: You Are Not Your IP Address; The Federal Circuit Addresses the Abstract...more
Originally published in The Enterprise - Utah’s Business Journal - July 16-22, 2012 - Volume 41, Number 48.
One of the consequences of being in a state that has an extremely well educated population combined with a...more
This past Thursday, July 26th, the US Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit issued an opinion addressing liability under the federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) for departing employees who access and copy computer...more
The Hatch-Waxman Act
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In June 2011, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) approved a program to expand the Internet's domain name system by introducing new generic top-level domain names. The new gTLD application period...more
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At a conference held June 18 at Stanford University Law School – The 9th Annual Stanford Ecommerce Best Practices Conference - it was reported that copyright holders are increasingly using the Digital Millennium Copyright...more
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After years of preparation and a decidedly rocky start to ICANN’s New gTLD Program due to a glitch in the gTLD application system, the applications are in, and ICANN will soon begin evaluating the TLD candidates. First,...more
Since the passage of the America Invents Act (AIA) in September, questions have ensued regarding the implementation of post-grant review (PGR). Proponents of PGR believe that it will provide another avenue for challenging...more
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Time to panic? The Internet is about to change dramatically.
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On May 8, the Federal Circuit in In re Youman, No. 2011-1136, 2012 WL 1598089, clarified years of recapture law by vacating a decision of the Board of Patent Appeals and Interferences that rejected reissue claims being...more
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