Patent Law

Cybersecurity

Traveling to China? Don’t take a laptop computer, universities warn academics

The National Pulse

‘Patent privateers’ do legal legwork for big-time tech companies

Ethics

U.S. Patent and Trademark Office adopts ethics guidelines that closely follow the ABA Model Rules

Intellectual Property

FTC may probe patent trolls

Patent Law

Pay-for-delay drug settlements may violate antitrust laws, SCOTUS says in AndroGel case

U.S. Supreme Court

Isolated human genes can’t be patented, SCOTUS rules

Trials & Litigation

Was Apple betrayed by a lawyer at its own firm?

U.S. Supreme Court

Angelina Jolie’s op-ed on preventive mastectomy backs gene tests that are subject of SCOTUS case

Patent Law

SCOTUS rejects farmer’s ‘blame the bean’ defense and patent exhaustion claim

Patent Law

‘Are you drunk?’ Lawyer files angry remarks about ‘special needs examiner’ after patent is denied

Opening Statements

New video series looks behind the scenes of innovation at inspiring inventors

Patent Law

Thomson Reuters wins patent on Super Lawyers rating system

Patent Law

Court revives ‘infamous’ patent dispute involving online map searches for real estate

Opening Statements

Hearsay: Do you have an unusual hobby?

Midyear Meeting

Resolution paves way for ABA amicus brief on broader issues in SCOTUS gene patenting case

The National Pulse

Patent lawyers ponder the changed post-grant process

Opening Statements

Nama-Stay: Lululemon Is Defending Its Turf Through Design Patents

Antitrust Law

Supreme Court to Consider ‘Pay for Delay’ Deals Keeping Generic Drugs Off the Market

U.S. Supreme Court

Supreme Court to Decide Whether Isolated Genes Can Be Patented

Trials & Litigation

Federal Judge Gives Civ Pro Lesson, Sanctions Ex-Client for Mistaken Claim Dickstein Missed Deadline