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SKIPPING THE PATENT DANCE: U.S. SUPREME COURT IN AMGEN v SANDOZ MAKES IT MORE DIFFICULT FOR PATENT OWNERS TO DELAY MARKETING OF BIOSIMILARS

On June 12, 2017, in a unanimous decision authored by Justice Thomas in Amgen Inc. v. Sandoz Inc., the United States Supreme Court considered the complex statutory scheme that attempts to expedite resolution of patent disputes that might affect the...

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LADAS & PARRY HELD A WEBINAR ABOUT RECENT U.S. SUPREME COURT DECISIONS ON PATENTS

Ladas attorney John Richards held a webinar entitled, “U.S. Supreme Court Decisions on Patents, 2016-2017.” on August 16th and 17th. Mr. Richards discussed the following cases: Apple Inc, v. Samsung, Life Technologies v. Promega, SCA...

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ARTICLE BY LANNING BRYER REPUBLISHED ON THOMPSON REUTERS PRACTICAL LAW WEBSITE

An article by Lanning Bryer entitled, “IP in business transactions: United States Overview” was re-published in July on the Thompson Reuters Practical Law website in their IP global guide on U.S. Business...

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JOHN RICHARDS TO SPEAK AT PATENT PROSECUTION SEMINAR IN CHICAGO ON 9/15/2017

John Richards will be a speaker at the International Patent Prosecution and Practice Seminar at the John Marshall Law School located at: 315 S. Plymouth Ct, Chicago, Illinois, 60604, on Friday, September 15, 2017. Mr. Richards will take part in...

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JANET CORD ATTENDED A NEW YORK BIO EVENT IN NYC ON 7/19

On July 19, 2017, Janet Cord attended a NewYorkBIO event entitled, “Show Me the Money: Introducing New York City and State’s $1.2 Billion in Life Science Economic Development.” The program focused on the economic development initiatives...

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SCOTUS DECISION REGARDING IMPRESSION PRODUCTS INC. V LEXMARK INTERNATIONAL INC.

The U.S. Supreme Court held in Impression Products, Inc. v. Lexmark International, Inc. on May 31, 2017 that patentees cannot control subsequent sales even when first sale was in breach of the original contract or the first sale was made...

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