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The Interplay Between The ITC And The PTAB—More Progress Needed
Inter partes review ("IPR") proceedings have become a mainstay of district court patent litigation. Parties recognize IPRs as a quick
United States
29 Jan 2019
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Employer Lacks Right To Sue For Patent Infringement When Employment Agreement Fails To Assign Employee Inventions
An employer lacked standing to sue for patent infringement because the employment agreement with the inventor simply provided an obligation to assign in the future ...
United States
15 Mar 2018
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Alleged Omitted Inventor With No Patent Ownership Fails To Adequately Allege Reputational Harm To Sue For Inventorship Correction
The Federal Circuit affirmed a district court's dismissal of a former PepsiCo scientist's case alleging that he had been erroneously omitted as a named inventor on a series of patent applications and an issued patent.
United States
22 Sep 2016
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Inventor's Employment Agreement Did Not Affect His Freedom To Assign And Assert Patents Broadly Related To His Employment
Although an inventor's employment agreement obligated him to assign to his employer all inventions and patents resulting from his work during his employment relating to his employer's current, anticipated, or prospective business activities, a court found that the agreement narrowly covered only particular business activities of the employer.
United States
26 Aug 2016
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"Hereby Assign" Language In Employment Agreement Automatically Assigned Rights To Employer Without The Need For An Additional Act
In February 2001, Marathon offered Preston employment as a relief pumper in Marathon’s coal bed methane well operation in Wyoming.
United States
31 Aug 2012
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Make Sure To Enlist Legal Help When Outsourcing
In today's global marketplace, an increasing number of technology-driven companies include research and development outsourcing as part of their business practice. Some industry sectors even consider the viability of technology outsourcing as a prerequisite to any high-impact business plan.
United States
18 Dec 2006
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Outsourcing R&D to India: Pitfalls to Avoid
In today's global marketplace, an increasing number of technology driven companies include R&D outsourcing as part of their business practice. Some industry sectors even consider the viability of technology outsourcing as a prerequisite to any high-impact business plan.
United States
7 Dec 2006
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Developments in Asia
China’s legal framework underwent drastic changes in recent years, resulting in a much friendlier legal environment for foreign companies to enter into technology-transfer contracts with Chinese companies.
China
4 Aug 2006
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Licensing in a Flat World
In his recent book, THE WORLD IS FLAT, Thomas Friedman illustrates how modern communications and fewer political barriers have added billions of potential competitors to the marketplace and added billions of potential customers.
United States
24 Jul 2006
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