Impinj Escapes Another NXP Infringement Claim in Narrowed Suit
A Seattle federal judge further narrowed a patent dispute between NXP USA and Impinj Inc. over radio frequency technology, eliminating another NXP patent from the three that remained in the suit ahead of a June jury trial date.
Patent Claim Nixed as Abstractness Test Labeled ‘Herculean’ Lift
A federal judge in Boston dismissed part of patent infringement lawsuit against Analog Devices Inc., deeming a patent claim asserted by Ocean Semiconductor LLC too abstract even as she compared the legal test involved to shoveling livestock droppings.
Neurocrine Settles Teva’s Leg of Patent Clash on Flagship Drug
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Internet Archive Copyright Loss Will Hit Library Digital Lending
Four major book publishers’ copyright win over the Internet Archive and its digital lending system sends a warning shot to any libraries following their footsteps, attorneys say.
AI Chatbot ‘Gold Rush’ Generates New Workplace Legal Pitfalls
Companies are increasingly looking to use artificial intelligence-powered chatbots like OpenAI’s ChatGPT in their operations despite concerns of bias, confidentiality breaches, and a murky regulatory landscape.
New Gift Disclosure Rules Extend to Supreme Court Justices (1)
The federal judiciary has tightened financial disclosure guidance for US Supreme Court justices and other judges covering certain trips, meals, and other personal hospitality paid for by others.
Adidas to Drop Opposition to Black Lives Matter Trademark (1)
Adidas AG will drop its opposition to Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation Inc.'s trademark application for a logo with three yellow stripes, a reversal that comes about two days after first filing the legal objection.