Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner, P.A.

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1600 TCF Tower,
121 South Eighth Street
Minneapolis, MN 55402, United States
Contact: Bryan Ness, Marketing Manager
Phone: (612) 373-6900
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  • Intellectual Property
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  • California
  • Minnesota
  • Texas
Number of Attorneys
100+ Attorneys

Millennium Pharm. v. Sandoz, Inc. – Revenge of the Chemical Judges

In the 2003 panel decision in Schering Corp. v. Geneva Pharm., Inc., the panel rejected “the contention that inherent anticipation requires recognition [of the claim element not found] in the prior art.” The claims were directed…more
 /  Intellectual Property, Science, Computers, & Technology

Strong Intellectual Property Protection Encourages Innovation, According to Congressman

It’s good to see an increasing realization that US patent policy needs to regroup to help the US maintain and extend it dominance in innovation, and advantage that has been slipping away in recent years due to a weakening of the…more
 /  Intellectual Property, Science, Computers, & Technology

The Cleveland Clinic v. True Health Diagnostics LLC – Time to Redefine “Inventive Concept”?

Ariosa was a decision that essentially held that the novel discovery of a naturally-occurring phenomenon could not per se meet the Mayo/Alice requirement for an inventive concept, even though it was of “groundbreaking…more
 /  Intellectual Property, Science, Computers, & Technology

Just When You Thought Things Couldn’t Get Worse Via The Application Of 101

On Friday, in Cleveland Clinic Foundation v. True Health Diagnostics, Appeal no. 2016-1766 (Fed. Cir., June 16, 2017), a Fed. Cir. panels of Judges Lourie, Reyna and Wallach (Reyna writing) held that claims to a method of…more
 /  Intellectual Property, Science, Computers, & Technology

Exhausted by Exhaustion: Impression Products v. Lexmark

Please revisit Don Chisum’s and Janice Mueller’s comments on Impression Products v. Lexmark, No. 151189 (S. Ct. May 30, 2017), in which the Court held that a seller of a patented printer cartridge had exhausted its patent…more
 /  Civil Procedure, Intellectual Property, Science, Computers, & Technology

USPTO Management Changes – Who’s on First?

After USPTO Director Michelle Lee resigned quite suddenly on Tuesday, rumors and speculation have been the only constant. Early speculators bet that Drew Hirschfeld, current Commissioner of Patents, would get the job. (He is…more
 /  Intellectual Property

“TC Heartland” Supreme Court Limits Venue in Patent Suits

Monday, in a unanimous opinion (Goresuch did not participate), the Supreme Court interpreted the patent venue statute (28 USC s. 1400(b)) to require that the phrase “where the defendant resides” be limited to the defendant’s…more
 /  Civil Procedure, Intellectual Property, Science, Computers, & Technology

IPO, AIPLA and ABA IP Section Propose Legislative Fixes for Section 101

Between February and May of this year, IPO, AIPLA and the ABA IP Section have released proposals for amendments to 35 U.S.C. s. 101 to void the Mayo/Alice Rule and to clarify the definition of an “abstract idea” as it relates to…more
 /  Intellectual Property

Fed. Cir. in Helsinn v. Teva Declines Limiting the Requirements of the “On Sale” Bar

In Pfaff v. Wells Electronics, 525 US 55 (1988), the Supreme Court attempted to focus the factors invoking the on-sale bar of s.102, by holding that the claimed invention must both be the subject of a “commercial sale”…more
 /  Intellectual Property

Manhattan March for Science

The March for Science in Manhattan was smaller than the January 2017 Women’s March in Washington, but large enough that the “entry point” for us was changed from 62nd Street to 64th and then to 68th Street as we moved up…more
 /  Elections & Politics, Energy & Utilities, Environmental Law, Science, Computers, & Technology

Fairchild (Taiwan) Corp. v. Power Integrations, Inc.

In my last post, I discussed estoppel in the context in inter partes review, in which defendant filed for IPR after losing in the courts. The Board found the claims-in-suit to be obvious. The Federal Circuit affirmed that the…more
 /  Intellectual Property, Science, Computers, & Technology

Novartis AG, LTS et al. v. Noven Pharmaceuticals, Inc. – Prior Judicial Opinions Don’t Bind the PTAB

After Novartis’ patents were found nonobvious by the Fed. Cir., affirming the Delaware District Court, defendant Noven filed for inter partes review (IPR) of U.S. Pat. Nos. 6316023 and 6335031, on rivastigmine and an…more
 /  Intellectual Property, Science, Computers, & Technology

Is the Halo Broken Already?

Last week Docket Navigator delivered a troubling headline regarding a recent District Court decision – “Invalidity Opinion Delivered After Product Launch No Defense to Willful Infringement.” As a practitioner who regularly…more
 /  Intellectual Property, Science, Computers, & Technology

Shire’s Granted Motion to Amend Offers Additional Insight Into PTAB Amendment Practice

When a patent undergoes review at the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (“PTAB”), the Patent Owner has an opportunity to file a motion to amend claims so that a substitute claim can be proposed for each claim sought to be amended. …more
 /  Intellectual Property, Science, Computers, & Technology

ChanBond Avoids Institution of Six Cisco IPR Petitions

ChanBond sued several cable company defendants alleging patent infringement of three wideband signal distribution system patents in the District of Delaware in 2015. The defendants included Atlantic Broadband Group, Bright…more
 /  Intellectual Property, Science, Computers, & Technology
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