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Obviousness finding for fiberglass insulation patents not supported by substantial evidence
The PTAB’s finding of a motivation to combine based on similarity of the references was unsupported by substantial evidence.
Rival wood-pellet grill maker barred from using inventor's name and image
A wood pellet grill maker prevailed on a preliminary injunction claim against a rival grill maker which sought to use the grill's inventor in its advertising.
Nearly all asserted claims of patents for formulations of Horizon’s PENNSAID® 2% topical solution invalid as indefinite
Horizon also failed to show that competitor Actavis’s ANDA label induced infringement of asserted method claims.
Summary judgment inappropriate when agreement is ambiguous regarding transfer of copyrights
Whether the parties to an agreement had intended to transfer the copyrights as part of its overall transfer of intellectual property was a question of material fact that should not have been decided...
Storm shelter seller’s $17 million award upheld
The Seventh Circuit reversed the denial of attorney fees and remanded for entry of a reasonable fee award.