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The FTC's Proposed Ban on Non-Compete Agreements: The Effect on Trade Secret Protection
The Benefits of Integrating AI Tools like ChatGPT in Patent Writing
The On-Sale Bar to Patent Eligibility: When Does Experimentation End?
Supreme Court Won’t Fix the Patentability Mess It Created A Decade Ago
WTO Authorizes Partial TRIPS Waiver For Covid-19 Vaccines
Wind Turbine Patents Extend to Outer Continental Shelf
To Avoid the On-Sale Bar, Patent Applicant’s “Experimental Use” Should be Unmistakable
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Protecting IP in the Face of Russia Sanctions
For Those Challenging a Patent’s Validity in an IPR, New Clarity on Which Arguments Can Later be Litigated in Court
Two Federal Circuit Decisions Show Why Forum-Selection Clauses Require Clarity
“Everybody Makes Mistakes”- A Forgiving Approach by the Supreme Court Changes Copyright Law
Artwork Created by Artificial Intelligence (AI) Not Eligible for Copyright
Federal Circuit Jumps to Step Two To Rescue Authentication Patent
The Estate of Henrietta Lacks Sues Thermo Fisher Scientific
A Procedural Bias Favors Patent Owners in IPRs
What is a COVID-19 Vaccine Intellectual Property Waiver?
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Supreme Court Finds Constitutional Violation in Patent Challenges, But Provides Quick Fix
The European Commission Publishes Comprehensive Contractual Clauses For Use in Data Transfers from Europe
NFTs – A Novel Challenge For Traders, Investors and Copyright Lawyers
Warhol, Prince, and a Continued Narrowing of Copyright’s Fair Use Doctrine
Privacy in the Cellphone Era: The Supreme Court Opens the Door to Automated Text Messages
Google v. Oracle: Supreme Court Holds Copying of Key Part of Java Software, its API, is Fair Use
“We’re Here to Help.” Government’s Ideal Role in Sparking Medical Advances?
Federal Circuit Reverses US Navy’s Short-Lived Avoidance of Software Piracy Claim