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Italian wine importer barred from selling ‘Bella Rosa’ wine in U.S.
The trade dress for the importer’s "Bella Rosa" wine was confusable with "Stella Rosa" brand of Italian wines, but not with New York winery’s "Bella Rosa"...
PTAB correctly found claims for imaging device unpatentable for obviousness
The patent owner waived a claim construction challenge by failing to timely raise it, and substantial evidence supported the Board’s finding that prior art disclosed a key limitation of the...
Fees denied in dispute over patent for detecting canine genetic mutation
Although the patent-in-suit was held invalid as directed to a patent-ineligible natural phenomenon, the patent owners’ case for its validity was not baseless.
$6.75M award to aerosol artists affirmed for destruction of ‘5Pointz’ paintings
The paintings, although temporary, had achieved "recognized stature" as artworks and were protected by the Visual Artists Rights Act.
Intentionally withholding evidence of prior art from USPTO was inequitable conduct
Consortium of oil and gas companies accused of infringing a patent for a cap valve established that the inventor omitted material information with the specific intent to deceive the USPTO.