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News and Events
By Professor Amelia Smith Rinehart, as published on PatentlyO.com. Recently, the Federal Circuit held that the New York Times and others infringed patents claiming methods and systems for delivering content to smartphones. In a related Patently-O essay, Professor Sam Ernst states that the Federal Circuit’s opinion in Helferichis “directly contrary to Supreme Court precedent and represents a […]
On February 6, 2015, Jorge Contreras, Associate Professor at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, presented his recent work on Patent Pledges at the annual Works in Progress in Intellectual Property (WIPIP) conference in Washington, DC. Recent pledges not to assert patents by companies including Tesla Motors, Toyota and Myriad Genetics represent […]
On Tues Nov 11, 2014, Prof Contreras will be hosting and moderating a symposium entitled “The Future of Patent Remedies” at American University in Washington DC. The symposium is co-sponsored by the SJ Quinney College of Law.
By 3L student Ryan Beckstrom, Fellow with the Center for Law and Biomedical Sciences The United States Supreme Court is currently considering the case of agribusiness giant Monsanto against a farmer who planted his crops using second-generation versions of Monsanto’s patented “Roundup Ready” soy seeds. Generally, Monsanto farmers are forbidden by contract from saving their “Roundup […]
by Marty Stolz Understanding Patent Law 2008 (LexisNexis), by Visiting Professor Amy L. Landers, has been released. As part of the “Understanding” series of treatises from LexisNexis, this patent law casebook presents up-to-date coverage of all major patent law topics; overviews and examples to illustrate the application of abstract and complex doctrines; summaries of major […]