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Ferring B.V. v. Watson Laboratories, Inc. (I) (Fed. Cir. 2014)
By Kevin E. Noonan -- In the first of a pair of decisions issued last Friday, Ferring B.V. v. Watson Laboratories, Inc., the Federal Circuit affirmed a finding by the District Court that a generic company could moot ANDA litigation by amending its application to exclude practice of an...
Magical Drug Wins EFF’s Stupid Patent of the Month
Good news everyone! The Patent Office has granted a patent on a cure for cancer. Last December, the Patent Office issued Patent No. 8,609,915 on a “potent drug” that “rebukes cancer, cancer cells, and kills cancer.” According to the patent, this drug cures a litany of other maladies...
All is Fair (Use) in Love (Lace)
I learned about this interesting fair use case from a tweet  posted his week by Eleonora. Thank you @eLAWnora! On August 25, 2014, Judge Thomas P. Griesa from the Southern District of New York (SDNY) dismissed the copyright and trademark infringement...
UN Inspectors Find Need For Transparency, Changes In Governance At WIPO
The United Nations Joint Inspection Unit (JIU) has issued a substantive analysis of management and administration in the UN World Intellectual Property Organization. And while the report highlights significant progress in a number of areas, it offers a list of ways WIPO can do better –...

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In Houston, grand jury frequent fliers
Revelations that a single senior Houston police officer served on at least ten grand juries have been an eye-opener to those who might have assumed that the grand jury as constituted in Harris County (Houston) was random or representative in its composition. Radley Balko...
Can Dutch Guy Call Cop An Ant-F*cker?
In a country where past cases have made it quite clear that one may not insult police officers with impunity, this would seem to be a no-brainer. But what is considered an insult is unclear, as this case demonstrates. As reported by A homeless man has been cleared by the...
John Rocker — the baseball player destroyed by a Sports Illustrated profile in 1999 — comes back...
The new season starts on September 24 , so let's talk about the old SI article that ruined his career. I don't remember the old controversy, but I'm interested in looking at what sort of sexist-racist-homophobia material was stirring people up back in the year when Bill Clinton was...
President Obama Nominates New 'Piracy Czar'
He would coordinate the administration's antipiracy and intellectual property policy read more
Texas Is Failing to Properly Fund Public Schools, Judge Rules
AUSTIN, Texas—A state judge ruled on Thursday that Texas is still failing to adequately fund public schools, after legislators last year restored $3.5 billion in spending cuts.

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