The University of Alabama has sued Daniel Moore, an artist who paints pictures of various sporting events. Among his work is a picture entitled "The Sack," depicting a play in a 1986 college football game where Cornelius Bennett of the University of Alabama sacked Notre Dame's Steve Beuerlein. The university claims that Mr. Moore is infringing the its trademark rights, including its "famous crimson....... Read More
Abraxis Bioscience (formerly AstraZeneca) is the holder of three patents on an improved formulation of an anesthetic, DIPRIVAN?. Prior formulations had the problem of increasing postoperative infections. The inventors discovered that by adding disodium edetate as an antimicrobial agent. This addition allowed DIPRIVAN? to be administered for up to 24 hours without a significant increased risk of infection. ....... Read More
Over the course of three court days, the Federal Circuit issued two decisions in cases involving reissue patents. After a patent is issued, if the patent holder discovers that the patent is "wholly or partly inoperative or invalid," the patentee may surrender the original patent and seek reissue of the patent. If this is sought within the first two years after the original patent issued, the claims may be broade....... Read More
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