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Preliminary injunctions against toy company accused of infringing LEGO copyrights partly upheld
District court correctly determined that LEGO was likely to prove that toy maker ZURU’s action figures infringed LEGO’s copyrights and would cause irreparable harm, but injunctions over...
Supreme Court hears dispute over standard for awarding an infringer’s profits under the Lanham Act
The Justices are asked to decide whether an award of an infringer’s profits under Section 35 of the Lanham Act requires a trademark owner to show willful infringement for a violation of Section...
High Court hears trademark case asking whether res judicata doctrine applies to defenses
Question of whether res judicate encompasses "defense preclusion" has broad implications for all federal litigation.
Methods of purifying antibodies and proteins were unpatentable for anticipation or obviousness
Overlap in temperature ranges disclosed by the challenged claims and the prior art established that the claimed range was anticipated or obvious, rendering the claims invalid.
Patent claim regarding stability of ready-to-use sedative product was invalid as obvious
Key claim limitation on stability of the drug under prolonged storage was "inherent" in the prior art, and a district court did not improperly rely on non-prior-art information in reaching...