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Nissan Dodges Car-Fuel Patent Case Due to Improper Texas Venue

Nissan North American Inc. escaped an infringement suit, for now, over two fuel-injection valve patents after a Texas judge ruled that the carmaker’s ties to dealerships in the region weren’t enough to justify Westport Fuel Systems Canada Inc.'s claims in the venue.

Invitae Patent Win Stands, But Qiagen Escapes Injunction for Now

Invitae Corp.’s ArcherDX defeated Qiagen NV’s bid to overturn a jury’s $4.6 million patent-infringement verdict on genetic-sequencing products and won more than $1.2 million in supplemental damages, but a federal judge denied ArcherDX’s injunction request and granted an ongoing royalty at a rate less than it requested.

Philip Morris Argues to Allow Imports of Heated Tobacco Sticks

A three-judge panel at the Federal Circuit probed the meaning of “consult” in a statute requiring the International Trade Commission to engage with other agencies before barring certain products, such as Philip Morris Products SA‘s IQOS heated tobacco sticks.

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Prince, Andy Warhol, and Fair Use at the Supreme Court

Did Andy Warhol violate copyright law when he used a photo of Prince as source material? We explore the case, and the key consideration of "transformative use" in this video.

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