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The Supreme Court has long recognized that the freedom of speech enshrined in the First Amendment extends to anonymous speech, noting that “persecuted groups and sects … throughout history have been able to criticize...more
The United States District Court for the Northern District of California partially granted and partially denied a motion to dismiss based on the standing of 18 named plaintiffs from 13 different states seeking class...more
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E*Trade Financial Corp. v. Droplets, Inc. -
Addressing a petition for a covered business method (CBM) patent review, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB or Board) denied...more
After reflecting upon the events of the past twelve months, Patent Docs presents its eighth annual list of top patent stories. For 2014, we identified eighteen stories that were covered on Patent Docs last year that we...more
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In This Presentation:
- Recent Patent Cases From The Supreme Court
- Medical Device Patent Statistics and Cases
- USPTO Post-Grant Proceedings: Lessons Learned After Two Years
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In This Issue:
- RECENT SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENTS AND RULINGS
..Court rules that ‘Kosher’ suit poses religious question; dismisses with prejudice
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There is no question that data breaches are among the most common and costly threats to consumers and companies alike. What remains the subject of vehement debate is whether plaintiffs in cyber-attack cases must allege stolen...more
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