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By S. Christian Platt, John Evans, Kerry A. Barrett
On October 23, 2018, the PTAB found unpatentable B/E Aerospace's U.S. Design Patent No. D764,031 ("'031 patent"). C&D Zodiac, Inc. v. B/E Aerospace, Inc., PGR2017-00019, Paper 37 (PTAB Oct. 23, 2018).
By John Goetz, Matthew E. Papez, Dean Griffith, Benjamin G. Minegar
The Situation: The Third Circuit decided Sikkelee II, a closely watched case involving preemption in the aviation context.
By Daniel Kazhdan, Vishal Khatri
As explained in a recent Jones Day Commentary here, the Federal Circuit clarified the tests for determining secondary meaning and trade dress infringement.
By Adam Salter, Samantha Sisomphou
On August 10, the Minister for Health announced an extension until November 15 for Australians to opt out of having a My Health Record automatically created for them.
By Adam Salter, Samantha Sisomphou
On July 31, the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner published its second quarterly report on data breach notifications ...
By Michiru Takahashi, Anand Varadarajan, Sharon Yiu, Grace Zhang
On August 31, Singapore's PDPC announced that organizations are expected to stop collecting, using, or disclosing customers' national identification numbers ...
By Michiru Takahashi, Anand Varadarajan, Sharon Yiu, Grace Zhang
On June 4, Singapore's Personal Data Protection Commission ("PDPC") issued a discussion paper presenting a preliminary analysis of the issues ...
By Michiru Takahashi, Anand Varadarajan, Sharon Yiu, Grace Zhang
On June 27, China's Ministry of Public Security ("MPS") published draft Regulations on a Cybersecurity Multi-Level Protection Scheme ...
By Emily J. Tait
On October 26, 2018, the Supreme Court granted certiorari in Return Mail, Inc. v. United States Postal Service, et al. to address whether the U.S. government is a "person" who may petition to institute review proceedings under the AIA.
By David T. Morris, Catherine Ehrgott, Daniel Cody, Taylor A. Goodspeed
The DMHC's efforts to further regulate risk arrangements have been derailed—at least temporarily.
By Bradley Brasser, Joel May, Edward Winslow, Michael Solecki, Andrew Thomas, Mitchell Day
In July 2016, the SEC proposed rules designed to simplify the U.S. mining company disclosure regime.
By Lizanne Thomas, Robert Profusek, Lyle Ganske, Randi Lesnick, James Dougherty
The Commonsense Principles 2.0 espouse fundamental governance practices predicated on a long-term perspective.
By Cary Miller Ph.D.
The USPTO has proposed a pilot program intended to make it easier to amend claims before the PTAB.
By Matthew L. Jacobs (Matt), Richard DeNatale, Mauricio Paez, Undine von Diemar, Jörg Hladjk, Irene Robledo
The Situation: The European Union's General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR") has raised questions regarding the scope of coverage and protection afforded by current cyber policies,
By Alban Caillemer du Ferrage, Qian Hu, Philippe Goutay
The Situation: The French government has presented a new bill in order to prepare for a "Hard" Brexit scenario.
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