The City of New York has won a long-running trademark dispute over the iconic Central Park restaurant Tavern on the Green, preventing the landmark’s former operator from continuing to use the name.
An opioid painkiller designed to deter sniffing and injection does not infringe two of Purdue Pharma LP’s OxyContin-related patents, a Massachusetts federal judge has ruled in a victory for Collegium Pharmaceutical Inc. and its two-year-old Xtampza XR.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday denied appeals in a slew of patent cases, while asking the federal government to weigh in on RPX Corp.’s challenge to a ruling that the defensive patent group lacks standing to appeal a Patent Trial and Appeal Board decision.
A former stock trader who quit his day job to create a golf club swing analyzer has sued TaylorMade Golf Co. and Blast Motion Inc. in California federal court, claiming the two companies infringed his patents by selling their own, nearly identical products.
Qualcomm has urged a California federal judge to reject Apple’s efforts to pare back counterclaims in a sprawling contract and competition dispute over the chipmaker’s patent licensing tactics, blasting Apple for bringing accusations of shirked patent-licensing obligations only to claim Qualcomm cannot pursue the reverse.
After a four-day auction, bankrupt gadget retailer Brookstone secured a roughly $73 million bid to purchase its intellectual property, e-commerce domain and all but one of its airport stores in its Chapter 11 going-concern sale.
The Federal Circuit on Monday upheld re-examination decisions that two Natural Alternatives patents on compounds to boost athletes’ endurance are invalid based on earlier patents in a chain of applications, finding the company had omitted a key phrase from one application.
There are some colorful terms used in the legal industry to describe everything from threats of patent challenges to techniques for questioning expert witnesses. From “dark IPRs” to “hot tubbing,” here are a few that patent attorneys should know.
A California state appeals court has ordered Uber Technologies Inc. to give Google LLC confidential due diligence reports compiled when the ride-hailing company bought a self-driving car startup, ruling Google may use the information in arbitration proceedings against two former executives accused of stealing trade secrets.
A Corning Inc. subsidiary asked the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday to review a $61 million judgment against it in a cable patent case, saying the lower court hit it with enhanced damages based on a misreading of the high court’s Halo ruling.