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TurboPatent launches automated patent prosecution tool
28 June 2017 | Seattle | Reporter: Barney Dixon
TurboPatent has released a new tool aimed at automating and streamlining patent prosecution using artificial intelligence
Qualcomm denied motion to dismiss FTC case
28 June 2017 | California | Reporter: Barney Dixon
Qualcomm has been denied a motion to dismiss the US Federal Trade Commission’s complaint over its licensing of standard-essential patents
Canon awarded $4.4 million in patent infringement case
23 June 2017 | Los Angeles | Reporter: Barney Dixon
Canon has been awarded $4.4 million after a jury found Color Imaging and General Plastic Industrial guilty of wilfully infringing a Canon patent
Patents to get STRONGER with new bill
22 June 2017 | Washington DC | Reporter: Barney Dixon
Apple swipes SCOTUS decision for Qualcomm case
21 June 2017 | California | Reporter: Barney Dixon
TiVo Corporation hires Arvin Patel as chief IP officer
20 June 2017 | California | Reporter: Mark Dugdale
Michael Best picks Anaqua for IP management
19 June 2017 | Boston | Reporter: Mark Dugdale
US Supreme Court to hear AIA question
14 June 2017 | Washington DC | Reporter: Barney Dixon
Lawyers react to BPCIA decision
13 June 2017 | Washington DC | Reporter: Barney Dixon
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Supreme Court forgoes 180-day ‘pre-marketing’ period
12 June 2017 | Washington DC | Reporter: Barney Dixon
Perkins Coie launches patent management tool
09 June 2017 | Seattle | Reporter: Barney Dixon
Matal named acting head of USPTO
08 June 2017 | Washington DC | Reporter: Barney Dixon
UPC to miss December 2017 launch date
07 June 2017 | Brussels | Reporter: Barney Dixon
Michelle Lee resigns as USPTO director
07 June 2017 | Washington DC | Reporter: Barney Dixon
Navico wins as USITC issues record fine
06 June 2017 | Egersund | Reporter: Barney Dixon
USPTO patent backlog lowest it's been for eight years
05 June 2017 | Valletta | Reporter: Mark Dugdale
Unified Patents eyes venue fallout
02 June 2017 | California | Reporter: Barney Dixon
IP5 commit to cooperation
01 June 2017 | Valletta | Reporter: Barney Dixon
Uber fires Levandowski
31 May 2017 | California | Reporter: Barney Dixon
SCOTUS limits patent exhaustion
31 May 2017 | Washington DC | Reporter: Barney Dixon
USITC to investigate Nikon
30 May 2017 | Washington DC | Reporter: Barney Dixon
SCOTUS to hear inter-partes review question
26 May 2017 | Washington DC | Reporter: Barney Dixon
EFF pushes against ‘stronger’ patents
25 May 2017 | San Fransisco | Reporter: Barney Dixon
Nokia and Apple settle new dispute
24 May 2017 | California | Reporter: Mark Dugdale
Lawyers react to TC Heartland v Kraft Foods
23 May 2017 | Washington DC | Reporter: Mark Dugdale
US Supreme Court limits forum shopping
22 May 2017 | Washington DC | Reporter: Barney Dixon
IBM partners with Anaqua
22 May 2017 | Boston | Reporter: Barney Dixon
AIPLA supports patent reform
19 May 2017 | Virginia | Reporter: Barney Dixon
Intel and Samsung rally against Qualcomm
17 May 2017 | California | Reporter: Barney Dixon
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