In This Issue:
KSR’d Again: Including a Keypad Is an Obvious Improvement over a Fax Machine; Venue Jurisprudence Evolves … Win Some; Lose Some;
Stipulation to Final Judgment Does Not Constitute Waiver of Right to Appeal; Court Has Personal Jurisdiction over a Foreign Company that Imports Accused Products into the District;
Section 101 Eligibility Satisfied if Invention Has Specific Application to Technology; License to Sue? It Depends on Standing; Patent Holders Cannot Reclaim Scope of Invention Disclaimed During Prosecution; CERT ALERT: There’s Trouble Right Here in River City; and, Derivative Drugs Having Covalent, Non-Ester Modifications of a Previously Approved Drug Are Entitled to New Chemical Entity Exclusivity.
Seventh Circuit Sets Own Standard for “Exceptional” Cases Justifying Attorneys’ Fees Under the Lanham Act; and, FREECYCLE Marks Recycled to the District Bin.
Supreme Court Deadlock Leaves in Place Ninth Circuit Decision Denying First-Sale Doctrine Defense to Resale of Foreign-Made Copyrighted Items.
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