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New Book Regarding Patent Term Extensions: Authors Include MWZB Attorneys

MWZB is pleased to announce the publication of a new book on patent term extension. Patent term extension is a critical factor in protecting the...

New Myriad/Mayo Patent Eligibility Guidance Delayed, but Will Probably Be Improved

Sources tell us that the estimated publication date of the revised Myriad/Mayo Guidance in the Federal Register is the week of November 17, 2014 (previously...

Supreme Court Holds a Direct Infringement by Single Party is Necessary to Finding Inducement of Infringement

In Limelight Networks, Inc. v. Akamai Technologies Inc. the Supreme Court overturned a Federal Circuit Decision wherein infringement was found against party performing all but final...

New Rules Resulting from the Patent Law Treaty

As a result of the recent Patent Law Treaty Implementation Act (PLTIA), Final Rules (78 FR 62368) have been implemented to modify USPTO practice in...

New After Final Consideration Pilot Program (AFCP 2.0)

The USPTO recently announced an updated version of an earlier pilot program, seeking to find ways to reduce the number of Requests for Continued Examination...

Deadline of March 15, 2013, for Patent Applications to Avoid First-to-File Aspects of AIA

As a follow-up to our earlier newsletters regarding the changes in the patent laws under the America Invents Act (“AIA”), we remind you of the...

PTO’s Proposed Rules to Implement First Inventor to File Provisions of AIA

As a follow-up to our earlier newsletters regarding the changes in the patent laws under the America Invents Act (“AIA”), we remind you of the...

Patent Infringement provisions of Section 271 are not effective to prevent potential “off-label” sale of drug covered by method claims reciting approved use.

Once a drug has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for sale for one purpose, doctors can legally prescribe it for any...

Second Circuit Affirms Standard for “Red Flag” Knowledge of Infringement, But Opens Door for YouTube’s Copyright Liability

In a case that required the court to “clarify the contours of the “safe harbor” provision of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA),” the U.S....
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