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Intellectual Property

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Latest News in Intellectual Property

  • May 17, 2019

    Are Monkeys The Same As Pigs? Fed. Circ. Says Yes In Patent

    You may not find them in the same part of the zoo, but the Federal Circuit isn't distinguishing between monkeys and pigs in a Friday ruling that the Patent Trial and Appeal Board correctly struck down a patent for a hooded blanket with a plush pig on top despite the inventor's attempts to differentiate it from an earlier patent for a hooded sweatshirt with a plush monkey.

  • May 17, 2019

    Symrise Accused Of Raiding Refresco To Develop New Drink

    Dutch soft-drink company Refresco Beverages U.S. Inc. has sued flavoring and fragrance maker Symrise Inc. in New Jersey federal court, alleging it is conspiring with former Refresco executives and researchers to develop a new soft drink for a competitor using its resources and trade secrets.

  • May 17, 2019

    YouTube Celeb Logan Paul Sued Over Parody Video

    Members of the alt-hip hop band Flobots slapped YouTube personality Logan Paul with a lawsuit Thursday claiming the release of his parody song "No Handlebars," which riffed on their hit song "Handlebars,” infringed on their copyright.

  • May 17, 2019

    House Passes Bill To Lower Drug Prices, Bolster ACA

    The U.S. House of Representatives passed legislation on Thursday that aims to lower prescription drug costs, including a bill that would ban pay-for-delay settlements to keep generic drugs off the market, as well as measures to strengthen the Affordable Care Act.

  • May 17, 2019

    Inventor Accuses Competitor Of Stealing Turf-Removal Device

    The inventor of a device for removing artificial turf from playing fields said a competing groundskeeping firm stole his design, according to a federal lawsuit filed Friday in Pennsylvania.

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