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  • Green Patents and Technological Innovation

    Green Patents and Technological Innovation

    “Go green” is a common expression to refer to the use of eco-friendly products. The basic idea of this expression is to encourage companies and consumers to conserve and protect the environment by changing their...

  • US v. EU: Pay-for-delay Settlements

    US v. EU: Pay-for-delay Settlements

    Reverse payment settlements exist at the intersection among antitrust, patent and healthcare laws. Also known as pay-for-delay agreements, these occur when a patent holder agrees to pay a potential patent infringer to settle litigation and delay...

  • Amgen sues Sandoz over biosimilar application

    On October 24, 2014, Amgen filed a complaint against Sandoz, the generic arm of Novartis Group, asserting three causes of action: 1) unfair competition under Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code § 17299 et seq.; 2)...

  • BTLJ Holiday Patent Reform Round Up

    We are now in the tail end of the season where millions of America brave wintry weather, TSA pat downs, and slow airplane wifi to spend quality time with loved ones. If gingerbread cookies and...