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Phase 3 trial starts for treatment for peanut allergy

It is estimated that more than 30 million people in the United States and Europe have a food allergy, and more than five million people in the United …
By Gene Quinn 25 days ago 2

Fish & Richardson Names Kurt Glitzenstein Head of Litigation Group

Fish & Richardson announced today that Kurt Glitzenstein has been named the Practice Group Leader (PGL) for its Litigation Group, the firm’s largest practice. In his new …
By Press Releases 25 days ago 0

Portfolio Management: A Reassessment May Be In Order

For hoarders, once an item comes into their possession, such individuals develop an unreasonable emotional attachment to it. As these possessions, many of which are viewed by …
By Paul Lerner 25 days ago 0

Patent Reform in 2016, Maybe Not as Dead as you Think

As interesting as the Senate may become when patent reform resurfaces, the dynamic in the House will be fascinating for many reasons. Since patent reform stalled there …
By Gene Quinn 26 days ago 13

Senator Grassley talks about patent reform at Iowa town halls

The first meeting this week was in Grundy Center, IA, during which a question about patent reform was asked. Grassley answered that he was trying to stop …
By Paul Morinville 27 days ago 9

First to File Means File First! The Risk of Not Immediately Filing a Patent Application

When people say that inventors do not need to start with a patent application and can wait to file I cringe. It is not that this is …
By Gene Quinn 27 days ago 0

Next-generation GPS technologies include ground-based sensors, centimeter-level accuracy

Many of these issues would be addressed by a new ground-based GPS system being developed by an Australian tech firm in collaboration with both NASA and the …
By Steve Brachmann 28 days ago 0

2015 litigation trends highlight increased patent litigation, decreases in file sharing cases

2015 saw the second-most patent infringement cases brought to court, according to Lex Machina’s data. A total of 5,830 patent cases were filed, a 15 percent increase over the 5,070 …
By Steve Brachmann 28 days ago 0

Wolf Greenfield Promotes Three Attorneys to Shareholder

Intellectual property law firm Wolf, Greenfield & Sacks, P.C. recently announced the promotion of Y. Jenny Chen, Thomas A. Franklin and Jessamine N. Lee to the position …
By Press Releases 29 days ago 0

Developer of biometric wearable technology sues Apple, Fitbit for patent infringement

If the allegations in the Valencell complaint against Apple proves to be true, the dispute between Valencell and Apple yet another example of a small company that …
By Gene Quinn 29 days ago 3

Chen Wang joins AIPLA as Deputy Executive Director for Regulatory Affairs

The American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA) is pleased to announce that Chen Wang, former Deputy Chief IP Counsel at E.I. du Pont de Nemours and …
By Press Releases 29 days ago 2

The Unlikely Partnership Between CPA Global and Innography

Last month CPA Global announced the acquisition of the Austin, Texas based search and analytics software provider Innography. While some in the industry have been quick to …
By Gene Quinn 30 days ago 1