Tag: litigation

Patent Trolling

Introduction A patent is an exclusive right that is granted to an inventor for a specified number of years to make, use, and sell an invention. Once the right s provided, no other person can use the invention without proper license from the patentee. This right is provided to protect such inventors legally from any … Continue reading Patent Trolling

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Enzo Biochem Inc. v. Applera Corp. – A case pertaining to Doctrine of Equivalents

On August 02, 2017, the United States Court of Appealsfor the Federal Circuit ruled in favor of Applera Corp.and Tropix Inc.in the matter of Enzo Biochem Inc., Enzo Life Sciences Inc., Yale University v. Applera Corp., Tropix Inc. The Court affirmed that the district court accurately interpreted proper construction of claims in U.S. Patent No.5,449,767 … Continue reading Enzo Biochem Inc. v. Applera Corp. – A case pertaining to Doctrine of Equivalents

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Understanding ITC Litigation (Section 337 Cases)

Having seen regular and growing number of queries from Indian Companies on U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) cases in the US (primarily companies having domestic market in the US), this is a brief attempt to give clarity on jurisdiction that ITC provides, types of cases handled, advantages/disadvantages of the ITC routes, among few other characteristics … Continue reading Understanding ITC Litigation (Section 337 Cases)

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Let’s Google it !

David Elliot, from Arizona, owned 750 websites with domains like ‘googlegaycruises.com’ and ‘googledonaldtrump.com’ among many others.  His argument was that he needed to use the word ‘google’ because he was developing an internet based business that will promote charity, commerce, community, relationships, personal health etc. He further stated that he did not register the domain … Continue reading Let’s Google it !

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Actavis and Novartis

ACTAVIS’ “EXPECTATION OF SUCCESS” AFFIRMED ACTAVIS UK vs NOVARTIS AG The High Court, Court of Appeal has recently upheld a decision on Appeal from the High Court, Patents Court, that the Novartis’s European Patent (UK) 0948320, a sustained release formulation of Fluvastatin (a Cholesterol lowering drug), is invalid on the ground of obviousness. Earlier in … Continue reading Actavis and Novartis

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