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Orthofix secures option to acquire eNeura for $65 million

On March 31, 2015, Orthofix International N.V. announced it entered into an 18-month option agreement to acquire eNeura, Inc. Orthofix’s website states that the focus of the company is on “improving patients’ lives by providing…more

501(k), Acquisition Agreements, FDA, Medical Devices

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International IP Law: Securing Your IP Rights in Cuba and French Polynesia

CUBA - Six months have passed since President Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro made the historic decision to reestablish diplomatic relations between the U.S. and Cuba. Although Congress has not yet voted to lift the…more

Cuba, Design Patent, Embargo, First-to-File, France

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Patent Update for IT and Biotech Companies: New Pieces to the Patent Puzzle

In This Presentation: - PATENT ELIGIBLE SUBJECT MATTER: LIFE IN SOFTWARE/IT AFTER ALICE CORPORATION V. CLS BANK (AND OTHER RECENT 101 DECISIONS) - A Brief History with respect to Software and Biz Methods -…more

Biotechnology, CLS Bank v Alice Corp, Direct Infringement, Indefiniteness, Induced Infringement

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7 Intellectual Property Mistakes Startup Entrepreneurs Often Make

What’s the biggest mistake startup entrepreneurs make with respect to their intellectual property, and what can they do to fix it? That’s the question we recently put to IP attorneys writing on JD Supra, knowing that the…more

Business Formation, Copyright, First-to-File, Legal Perspectives, Patents

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IP News You Need to Know - November 2014

In This Presentation: - USPTO POST-GRANT PROCEEDINGS: LESSONS LEARNED AFTER 2 YEARS - Rationales for Denial of Petition - Rationales for Claims Surviving Final Decision - Considerations for Multi-Forum…more

Attorney's Fees, Brooks Furniture, Exceptional Case, Inter Partes Review Proceedings, Octane Fitness v. ICON

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Protecting and Enforcing your High Technology Intellectual Property

In This Presentation: - Software Patents Issues in the USPTO - Functional Claiming in Software Patents - Covered Business Method (CBM) Review - Will the Supreme Court kill all software patents this term? -…more

Covered Business Method Patents, Patent Applications, Patent Reform, Patents, Technology

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Class 5: How to use copyrights, trademarks, and trade secrets to your advantage

In This Presentation: •What is Intellectual Property? •Making use of: –Copyrights –Trademarks –Trade Secrets - Excerpt from What is Intellectual Property? Intellectual Property…more

Business Development, Copyright, Design Patent, Patents, Trade Dress

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Sorin-Cyberonics Deal Gets US Antitrust Clearance

Sorin S.p.A. and Cyberonics, Inc. recently announced that the waiting period required under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act of 1976 for their pending merger has ended. In February, the two companies announced…more

Antitrust Provisions, Hart-Scott-Rodino Act, Manufacturers, Medical Devices, Mergers

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Cardinal Health to Acquire The Harvard Drug Group for $1.1 Billion

Ohio-based Cardinal Health (CAH) has agreed to buy Michigan-headquartered The Harvard Drug Group (THDG) for $1.12 billion. According to press releases, THDG, which is currently owned by Court Square Capital Partners, is a…more

Acquisitions, Generic Drugs, Healthcare, Pharmaceutical, Pharmaceutical Manufacturers

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IP Strategies for Software Tech Companies

In This Presentation: - Key IP Concerns for Software Tech Companies - New Post-Grant Proceedings for Challenging Patents - Impact of Alice on Software Patents and the Importance of Building a Strong Patent…more

Patent Applications, Patents, Popular, Post-Grant Review, Software

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Copyright exhaustion in the US: what the Kirtsaeng and ReDigi decisions tell us about the future of the first sale doctrine and secondary markets for copyrighted goods

The concept of copyright ‘exhaustion’, or the ‘first sale’ doctrine, refers to the principle that once a copyright owner places a copyrighted item in the stream of commerce by selling it, they have exhausted their exclusive…more

Capitol Records, Copyright, Digital Goods, First Sale Doctrine, Grey Market

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IP Strategies for Software Tech Companies

In This Presentation: - Key IP Concerns for Software Tech Companies - New Post-Grant Proceedings for Challenging Patents - Impact of Alice on Software Patents and the Importance of Building a Strong Patent…more

Patent Applications, Patents, Popular, Post-Grant Review, Software

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Another reason to coordinate discovery in parallel litigation – circumvention in section 1782 requests

The pressures of global litigation have forced litigants to further consider how, when, and where they will obtain discovery. Under developing case law, litigants involved in related litigations in different venues should…more

Apple, Discovery, Discovery Rule, Evidence, Samsung

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The U.S. Supreme Court’s Increasing Involvement In Patent Law

In 1982, the U.S. congress formed a new specialised appeals court, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, or “CAFC,” and transferred responsibility for patent appeals from the various regional courts of appeal to this new…more

Appeals, Attorney's Fees, CAFC, CLS Bank v Alice Corp, Nautilus Inc. v. Biosig Instruments

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Innovative Collaboration – IP Considerations

It is common for medical device makers to partner with doctors, universities, designers, manufacturers, R&D labs, or salespeople in the development of medical devices. To reap the intended benefits of such efforts,…more

Collaboration, Device Manufacturers, Innovation, Inventions, Joint Inventors

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Why is Intellectual Property Important?

In This Presentation: - Intellectual Property (IP): •Refers to a category of exclusive rights created by statute, including: –Copyrights –Trademarks –Trade Secrets –Utility Patents –Design…more

Copyright, Design Patent, Patents, Trade Dress, Trade Secrets

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FDA Publishes "Purple Book" for Biosimilars

FDA Publishes "Purple Book" to Catalog Biologics, Interchangeable and Biosimilar Products - The US Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) recently published its first “Lists of Licensed Biological Products with Reference…more

Biosimilars, FDA, Pharmaceutical, Public Health Service Act

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FDA Publishes "Purple Book" for Biosimilars

FDA Publishes "Purple Book" to Catalog Biologics, Interchangeable and Biosimilar Products - The US Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) recently published its first “Lists of Licensed Biological Products with Reference…more

Biosimilars, FDA, Pharmaceutical, Public Health Service Act

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The Hague Agreement for the Registration of Industrial Designs: A PCT for Design Patents?

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office recently published the Final Rules for implementation of the Hague Agreement for the Registration of Industrial Designs (i.e., design patents). Starting May 13, 2015, U.S.-based applicants…more

Design Patent, EU, Hague Agreement, Industrial Design, International Treaties

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Scanadu: the Medical Tricorder from Star Trek

For those familiar with the television show Star Trek, many may remember the Tricorder, a device that Dr. “Bones” McCoy used to wirelessly scan a patient to assess the individual’s medical status. The California start-up…more

FDA, Healthcare, Medical Devices

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Olympus Sued Over “Superbug” Infections

The New York Times recently reported that 179 patients at the UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center were exposed to a potentially deadly “superbug” between October of 2014 and January of 2015. As of February 18, the infection of…more

CDC, Hospitals, Infections, Medical Devices, UCLA Medical Center

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UW Donation to Morgridge “Fab Lab” For Medical Device Innovations

University of Wisconsin-Madison alums, Dr. James Berbee and Karen Walsh, have agreed to a five-year, $300,000 gift to the Morgridge Institute for Research through their Berbee Walsh Foundation. According to the press release,…more

Clinical Laboratories, Innovation, Medical Devices, Universities

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Patent Appeals Board Denies Petition for Inter Partes Review of Medline Industries Patent

The Patent Trial and Appeal Board (“PTAB”) denied a petition by C.R. Bard, Inc. requesting inter partes review of claims 1 and 2 of U.S. Patent No. 8,488,786, entitled “Catheter Tray, Packaging System, Instruction Insert, and…more

Inter Partes Review Proceedings, Medical Devices, Patent Invalidity, Patent Trial and Appeal Board, Patents

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The PTAB May Be Taking a More Balanced Approach in Biotech and Pharmaceutical IPRs

Patent challengers were first able to file inter partes review (IPR) petitions on September 16, 2012. Since then IPRs have become an increasingly popular way of challenging the validity of patents. In the first three months that…more

Biotechnology, FDA, Inter Partes Review Proceedings, Patent Trial and Appeal Board, Pharmaceutical Patents

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Boston Scientific Files Second IPR Petition Against UAB Patent

Boston Scientific Corporation (“Boston Scientific”) filed a petition with the Patent Trial and Appeal Board on April 10, 2015 requesting inter partes review of U.S. Patent No. 6,266,563 (“the ’563 Patent”). The petition states…more

Boston Scientific, Inter Partes Review Proceedings, Patent Infringement, Patent Trial and Appeal Board, Patents

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7 Intellectual Property Mistakes Startup Entrepreneurs Often Make

What’s the biggest mistake startup entrepreneurs make with respect to their intellectual property, and what can they do to fix it? That’s the question we recently put to IP attorneys writing on JD Supra, knowing that the…more

Business Formation, Copyright, First-to-File, Legal Perspectives, Patents

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Medtronic Acquires Aptus Endosystems for $110 Million

Medtronic PLC recently announced its acquisition of Aptus Endosystems, further adding to its portfolio of medical device products. The acquisition was reported to be valued at approximately $110 million. According to its…more

Acquisitions, Medical Devices, Medtronic

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Southern Spine Announces 2015 MDEA Honor for StabiLink® MIS Spinal Fixation System

Southern Spine announced recently that StabiLink® MIS Interlaminar Spinal Fixation System has been chosen as the Silver Winner in the Implant and Tissue Replacement category of the 18th Annual Medical Design Excellence Awards…more

Healthcare, Medical Devices

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Medtronic Announces Plans to Acquire RF Surgical Systems for $235 Million

Medtronic has agreed to acquire RF Surgical Systems Inc., for $235 million, according to a report by Nasdaq. According to the news article, Medtronic plans to incorporate RF Surgical’s surgical sponge tracking and detection…more

Acquisitions, Device Manufacturers, Medical Devices, Medtronic

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International IP Law: Securing Your IP Rights in Cuba and French Polynesia

CUBA - Six months have passed since President Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro made the historic decision to reestablish diplomatic relations between the U.S. and Cuba. Although Congress has not yet voted to lift the…more

Cuba, Design Patent, Embargo, First-to-File, France

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Medical Device Update

In This Presentation: • Medical device patent statistics • Non-practicing entity (NPE) litigation • Inter partes reexam (IPR) update • Important litigation – Edwards v. Medtronic – Masimo v. Philips –…more

Inter Partes Review Proceedings, Medical Devices, Non-Practicing Entities, Patent Infringement, Patent Litigation

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Recent Developments in Patent Law for Medical Device Companies

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 - Excerpt from Recent Cases…more

America Invents Act, CLS Bank v Alice Corp, DePuy, Exceptional Case, Medical Devices

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Diehr in the Headlights | Photonics Patents Blog

Since last year’s decision in Alice v.CLS Bank by the Supreme Court, the number of patents for computer-based inventions that have been struck down by challenges of their eligibility for patent protection has skyrocketed. While…more

CLS Bank v Alice Corp, Computer-Related Inventions, Covered Business Method Patents, Diamond v. Diehr, Inventions

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Why is Intellectual Property Important?

In This Presentation: - Intellectual Property (IP): •Refers to a category of exclusive rights created by statute, including: –Copyrights –Trademarks –Trade Secrets –Utility Patents –Design…more

Copyright, Design Patent, Patents, Trade Dress, Trade Secrets

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Navigating the Patent Minefield

In This Presentation: • Patent infringement suits – Costly – Risk of preliminary injunction – Time consuming – Risk of customers being sued – Damages • Lost profit or reasonable royalty • Treble…more

Injunctions, Patent Infringement, Patent Litigation, Patents, USPTO

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FDA Plan to Exempt Medical Devices

The US Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) recently released updated recommendations to exempt certain unclassified, Class I, and Class II medical devices from premarket notification requirements. The devices include certain…more

Exemptions, FDA, Medical Devices, Notification Requirements, Section 510(k)

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Gunn v. Minton: The Supreme Court's Correction of the Federal Circuit's Overly Broad Assertion of Jurisdiction Over State-Law Claims

For nearly two decades, the Federal Circuit has applied a lenient standard for federal jurisdiction that routinely sweeps state law claims into the exclusive jurisdiction of the federal courts merely because the claims require…more

Attorney Malpractice, Certiorari, Gunn v Minton, Jurisdiction, Patents

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Supreme Court Update: Four Important Decisions for IP

In the recent cases OCTANE FITNESS, LLC v. ICON HEALTH & FITNESS, INC. and HIGHMARK INC. v. ALLCARE HEALTH MANAGEMENT SYSTEM, INC., the U.S. Supreme Court empowered district court judges to award attorney fees to prevailing…more

Akamai Technologies, Attorney's Fees, Exceptional Case, Fee-Shifting Statutes, Highmark v. Allcare

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Appealing Medical Device Patent Cases

Medical device patent infringement cases, like all patent infringement cases, must be appealed to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in Washington, D.C. People often refer to this Court as the “Federal Circuit.” …more

Appeals, Medical Devices, Patent Infringement, Patent Litigation, Patents

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Medical Device Update

In This Presentation: • Medical device patent statistics • Non-practicing entity (NPE) litigation • Inter partes reexam (IPR) update • Important litigation – Edwards v. Medtronic – Masimo v. Philips –…more

Inter Partes Review Proceedings, Medical Devices, Non-Practicing Entities, Patent Infringement, Patent Litigation

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Supreme Court Decision POM Wonderful LLC v. Coca-Cola Co: What You Need to Know

Why It’s Important: Yesterday’s ruling indicates that the reach of the Lanham Act regarding false and misleading advertising extends beyond the FDCA labeling requirements in protecting companies from having their customers…more

Advertising, Coca Cola, FDA, FDCA, Food Labeling

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Protecting and Enforcing your High Technology Intellectual Property

In This Presentation: - Software Patents Issues in the USPTO - Functional Claiming in Software Patents - Covered Business Method (CBM) Review - Will the Supreme Court kill all software patents this term? -…more

Covered Business Method Patents, Patent Applications, Patent Reform, Patents, Technology

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Lessons From The 1st Biopharma Inter Partes Reviews

Recently, the Patent Trial and Appeal Board issued its first set of final written decisions in three inter partes reviews relating to molecules in the large molecule biopharma space (IPR2013-00534, IPR2013-00535 and…more

Biopharmaceutical, Biosimilars, Inter Partes Review Proceedings, Patent Litigation, Patent Trial and Appeal Board

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House Committee Passes Innovation Act – Medical Device Group Expresses Opposition

The Innovation Act (H.R. 9), a patent reform bill introduced this congressional session, received bipartisan support in a 24-8 positive vote by the House Judiciary Committee on June 11, 2015. The bill is now scheduled to proceed…more

Innovation Act, Patent Reform, Patents, STRONG Patents Act

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7 Intellectual Property Mistakes Startup Entrepreneurs Often Make

What’s the biggest mistake startup entrepreneurs make with respect to their intellectual property, and what can they do to fix it? That’s the question we recently put to IP attorneys writing on JD Supra, knowing that the…more

Business Formation, Copyright, First-to-File, Legal Perspectives, Patents

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Practical Steps for Building a Strong Life Science Patent Portfolio Worth Billions of Dollars

In the last four years, several companies with antiviral drug programs, including Alios BioPharma, Idenix, Inhibitex, InterMune and Pharmasset, have been acquired by large pharmaceutical companies (‘‘big pharma’’). One of the…more

Acquisitions, Claim Construction, Life Sciences, Patent Portfolios, Patent-Eligible Subject Matter

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Tacking isn't tacky - narrow doctrine saves defendant

In Hana Financial v Hana Bank (Case No 11-56678), the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has affirmed the district court’s decision denying Hana Financial Inc’s motion for judgment as a matter of law. The Ninth Circuit…more

Banks, Foreign Banks, Infringement, Trademarks

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The U.S. Supreme Court’s Increasing Involvement In Patent Law

In 1982, the U.S. congress formed a new specialised appeals court, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, or “CAFC,” and transferred responsibility for patent appeals from the various regional courts of appeal to this new…more

Appeals, Attorney's Fees, CAFC, CLS Bank v Alice Corp, Nautilus Inc. v. Biosig Instruments

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Design Patents Update

In This Presentation: - Part I: Design Patent Overview ...Apple v. Samsung ...What is a Design Patent? ...Differences Between Utility and Design Patents ...Ins and Outs of the Specification ...Benefits &…more

Apple v Samsung, Attorney's Fees, Design Patent, Patent Infringement, Patent Litigation

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Why We Need Our Patent System: Masimo, Orange County’s Shining Example

Did you ever wonder how people can call for the end of our patent system? The answer is simple. They have no experience with great inspiring inventors. We at Knobbe Martens have the honor of frequently working with great…more

Inventors, Masimo Corp, Medical Devices, Patent Litigation, Patents

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Rights in Bob Marley's name and likeness trump free speech where defence not properly pleaded | World Trademark Review

Fifty-Six Hope Road is a company run by some of Bob Marley's children, and it owns the property rights to Bob Marley's name, voice and likeness. Hope Road licensed Zion Rootswear the exclusive right to use Marley's name and…more

Bob Marley, Celebrity Endorsements, Common Law Claims, Exclusive Use, First Amendment

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B. Braun Executive Urges Medical Device Tax Repeal

The Morning Call reports that an executive from B. Braun Medical Inc. has urged federal lawmakers to undo a tax on medical devices. According to the report, Bruce Heugel, the chief financial officer of B. Braun, recently…more

Affordable Care Act, Congressional Investigations & Hearings, Medical Device Tax, Medical Devices, Repeal

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Aereo - A Reboot Opportunity For Broadcasters?

Yesterday the Supreme Court issued the Aereo opinion and decided that, given its activities, Aereo is substantially similar to a cable television provider and therefore “perform[s] petitioners’ copyrighted works ‘publicly,’ as…more

ABC, ABC v Aereo, Aereo, Broadcasting, Cable Television Providers

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Software Copyrights in an Evolving Digital World

In This Presentation: - Software Copyright & Interoperability - Program Language and Function Calls - An Example API in Java - Oracles’ Pattern of APIs - Google’s Copying - Questions? ..Copyright Issues -…more

Android, APIs, Computer-Related Inventions, Copyright, Digital Goods

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Three New Tools to Challenge Patents

Among the most significant changes made by the America Invents Act (AIA) are the provisions that permit a business to challenge a patent at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in litigation-type proceedings, but at a lower cost…more

America Invents Act, Covered Business Method Patents, Covered Business Method Proceedings, Inter Partes Review Proceedings, Patent Litigation

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Acelity Reported to Plan $1 Billion IPO

San Antonio, Texas based medical device company Acelity LP Inc. is reported to be considering an initial public offering that could raise up to $1 billion, according to the Wall Street Journal. Acelity has reportedly…more

Financing, Goldman Sachs, IPO, JPMorgan Chase, Medical Devices

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Allergan Announces Plans to Acquire Oculeve for $125 million + Milestones

Allergan recently announced that it has agreed to buy Oculeve in an all-cash transaction. The deal is expected to close in the third quarter of 2015. Press releases state that Allergan will pay Oculeve $125 million upfront,…more

Acquisitions, Allergan Inc, Biologics, Medical Devices, Pharmaceutical Manufacturers

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Tacking isn't tacky - narrow doctrine saves defendant

In Hana Financial v Hana Bank (Case No 11-56678), the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has affirmed the district court’s decision denying Hana Financial Inc’s motion for judgment as a matter of law. The Ninth Circuit…more

Banks, Foreign Banks, Infringement, Trademarks

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Catalog Search Posted On Claim Preclusion Does Not Bar Additional Discovery Relating to Privity Challenge in Later-Filed IPR Proceeding

The Patent Trial and Appeal Board recently designated a decision granting a request for additional discovery as an informative opinion. Informative opinions are not binding; they rather provide guidance on rules and practices. …more

Additional Discovery, Claim Preclusion, Discovery, Inter Partes Review Proceedings, Patent Litigation

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VertiFlex Announces FDA Approval of Superion Interspinous Spacer System

VertiFlex, Inc., announced that it has been granted pre-market approval by the FDA for its minimally invasive treatment of lumbar spinal stenosis, the Superion Interspinous Spacer System.  This approval comes after a successful…more

FDA, Healthcare, Medical Devices, Premarket Approval Applications

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FDA Publishes "Purple Book" for Biosimilars

FDA Publishes "Purple Book" to Catalog Biologics, Interchangeable and Biosimilar Products - The US Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) recently published its first “Lists of Licensed Biological Products with Reference…more

Biosimilars, FDA, Pharmaceutical, Public Health Service Act

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Lessons From The 1st Biopharma Inter Partes Reviews

Recently, the Patent Trial and Appeal Board issued its first set of final written decisions in three inter partes reviews relating to molecules in the large molecule biopharma space (IPR2013-00534, IPR2013-00535 and…more

Biopharmaceutical, Biosimilars, Inter Partes Review Proceedings, Patent Litigation, Patent Trial and Appeal Board

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Patent Update for IT and Biotech Companies: New Pieces to the Patent Puzzle

In This Presentation: - PATENT ELIGIBLE SUBJECT MATTER: LIFE IN SOFTWARE/IT AFTER ALICE CORPORATION V. CLS BANK (AND OTHER RECENT 101 DECISIONS) - A Brief History with respect to Software and Biz Methods -…more

Biotechnology, CLS Bank v Alice Corp, Direct Infringement, Indefiniteness, Induced Infringement

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Design Patents Update

In This Presentation: - Part I: Design Patent Overview ...Apple v. Samsung ...What is a Design Patent? ...Differences Between Utility and Design Patents ...Ins and Outs of the Specification ...Benefits &…more

Apple v Samsung, Attorney's Fees, Design Patent, Patent Infringement, Patent Litigation

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Design Patents Update

In This Presentation: - Part I: Design Patent Overview ...Apple v. Samsung ...What is a Design Patent? ...Differences Between Utility and Design Patents ...Ins and Outs of the Specification ...Benefits &…more

Apple v Samsung, Attorney's Fees, Design Patent, Patent Infringement, Patent Litigation

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Legal Perspective on Negative Online Reviews: What Both Sides Should Consider Before Jumping Into the Fray

We recently asked: for customers and businesses alike, what should we know about libel and defamation (and the legal pitfalls of online rants in general) before we post negative comments online? Here’s what we heard back…more

Anti-SLAPP, Defamation, Legal Perspectives, Libel, Online Reviews

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SEC Creates New Financing Opportunity

Chairwoman Mary Jo White recently presided over an open meeting of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission at which the Commission followed the recommendation of the Division of Corporation Finance to adopt final rules…more

Crowdfunding, Equity Financing, Financing, JOBS Act, Medical Devices

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Evaluating Freedom to Operate | Endovascular Today

The third step in bringing your medical device to market is to understand whether you can practice your invention. This article is part three of a series that will present the three big issues in IP: Do you own it? Can…more

Manufacturers, Medical Devices

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IEEE Releases Med Device Cybersecurity Guidelines

Amid myriad media reports about potential vulnerabilities in medical device cybersecurity and the FDA’s efforts to strengthen medical device cybersecurity, the IEEE Cybersecurity Initiative released a report entitled “Building…more

Cybersecurity, Electronic Medical Records, FDA, IEEE, Information Reports

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The Vygon Group Acquires Perouse Medical to Expand Vascular Access Products Portfolio

The Vygon Group, a France-based manufacturer of single-use medical products has acquired Perouse Medical for an undisclosed amount, according to press releases. According to its website, Vygon designs, manufactures, and markets…more

Acquisitions, Device Manufacturers, Medical Devices

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ConforMIS to Go Public in Upcoming IPO

Bedford, Massachusetts-based orthopedic medical device company ConforMIS has filed a registration statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announcing that the company intends to go public and raise $172.5…more

ConforMIS, Medical Devices, Patent Infringement, Patents, Public Offerings

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Supreme Court Decision POM Wonderful LLC v. Coca-Cola Co: What You Need to Know

Why It’s Important: Yesterday’s ruling indicates that the reach of the Lanham Act regarding false and misleading advertising extends beyond the FDCA labeling requirements in protecting companies from having their customers…more

Advertising, Coca Cola, FDA, FDCA, Food Labeling

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FDA Publishes "Purple Book" for Biosimilars

FDA Publishes "Purple Book" to Catalog Biologics, Interchangeable and Biosimilar Products - The US Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) recently published its first “Lists of Licensed Biological Products with Reference…more

Biosimilars, FDA, Pharmaceutical, Public Health Service Act

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Three New Tools to Challenge Patents

Among the most significant changes made by the America Invents Act (AIA) are the provisions that permit a business to challenge a patent at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in litigation-type proceedings, but at a lower cost…more

America Invents Act, Covered Business Method Patents, Covered Business Method Proceedings, Inter Partes Review Proceedings, Patent Litigation

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