Moderna Inc. shares fell after the pharmaceutical company lost an appeal of a patent ruling involving a rival’s drug-delivery technology, which could make its Covid-19 vaccine vulnerable to infringement suits.
Match Group Inc. said it will pay $441 million to resolve a hard-fought legal battle with Tinder’s founders over the valuation of the mobile dating app, ending a nearly monthlong trial just before it went to the jury.
Handling 2,400 patent cases as a trial court judge will help equip Judge Leonard Stark to fill the hole left by the exit of Judge Kathleen M. O’Malley from the nation’s top patent court, he told the Senate Judiciary Committee.
A federal court in Louisiana on Tuesday blocked the Biden administration from enforcing a vaccine mandate for health-care workers nationwide—except for in 10 states that already face an injunction order.
The full Fifth Circuit on Tuesday vacated a decision from a three-judge panel that largely kept in place President Joe Biden’s guidance to limit immigration arrests and deportations while a challenge to those policies plays out in federal court.
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