IPO Daily NewsTM

A quick read, the IPO Daily NewsTM is three to five concise paragraphs a day. It includes summaries of all patent and trademark opinions of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, the next day after opinions are issued and wire service stories of other selected IP cases.

Update on IPO Website

UPDATE ON IPO WEBSITE Following this week’s upgrade of the IPO.ORG website to a new design and improved layout, we are working to resolve some technical issues that might cause you to experience de[...]

Music Publishing Service Sues Pandora for Copyright Infringement

IP IN THE MASS MEDIA Music Publishing Service Sues Pandora for Copyright Infringement On Tuesday Billboard reported that music publishing company Wixen sued Pandora for copyright infringement, cla[...]

New IPO.Org Website Launching Today!

NEW IPO.ORG WEBSITE LAUNCHING TODAY! We are launching a new version of the IPO website today that features a wide range of new tools and pages to make finding information easier. The website will i[...]

ITC Infringement Ruling Had Become Moot

* * ITC INFRINGEMENT RULING HAD BECOME MOOT Hyosung TNS Inc. v. ITC, 17-2563 -- Yesterday in an opinion by Judge DYK, the Federal Circuit dismissed an appeal from the ITC with respect[...]

State Sovereign Immunity Does Not Apply in Inter Partes Review

* * *STATE SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY DOES NOT APPLY IN INTER PARTES REVIEW Regents of the Univ. of Minn. V. LSI Corp., 18-1559 -- On Friday in an opinion by Judge DYK, the Federal Circuit up[...]

Federal Circuit Overturns USPTO Decision That IPR Was Not Time-Barred Under Section 315(b)

* *FEDERAL CIRCUIT OVERTURNS USPTO DECISION THAT IPR WAS NOT TIME-BARRED UNDER SECTION 315(b) Power Integrations, Inc. v. Semiconductor Components Indus., LLC, 18-1607 -- Yesterday in[...]

Substantial Evidence Supported Nonobviousness Finding in IPR

* * SUBSTANTIAL EVIDENCE SUPPORTED NONOBVIOUSNESS FINDING IN IPR Samsung Elecs. Co., Ltd. v. Elm 3DS Innovations, LLC, 17-2474 -- Yesterday in an opinion by Judge MOORE, the Federal C[...]

Senate Subcommittee on IP Continues Examination of Patent Subject Matter Eligibility

SENATE SUBCOMMITTEE ON IP CONTINUES EXAMINATION OF PATENT SUBJECT MATTER ELIGIBILITY Yesterday the Senate Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Intellectual Property held the last of three hearings[...]

U.S. Government Agency is Not a “Person” Who Can Petition to Invalidate a Patent Under the AIA

**** U.S. GOVERNMENT AGENCY IS NOT A “PERSON” WHO CAN PETITION TO INVALIDATE A PATENT UNDER THE AIA Return Mail, Inc. v. U.S. Postal Serv., 17-1594 -- Yesterday in an opinion by Justice SOTOMAYOR, [...]

Tune in to Season 2 of Stroke of Genius

TUNE IN TO SEASON 2 OF STROKE OF GENIUS™ Season 2 of IPO Education Foundation’s Stroke of Genius™ podcast is available on Apple podcasts today! Join us in episode 1 as we get to know [...]