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  • How Allergan’s Mohawk tribe patent deal could blow up the IPR system

    If successful, Allergan’s eye-catching gambit of seeking to cancel PTAB proceedings by assigning patents to the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe would be a blueprint for others to follow. But will the PTAB rule that sovereign immunity applies in this case?

  • Federal Circuit rejects Gilstrap’s test for patent venue

    The Federal Circuit has reversed an Eastern District of Texas refusal to transfer the Cray case, and rejected Judge Gilstrap’s test for determining patent venue. This includes the appeals court stating there must be a physical, geographical location in the district from which the business of the defendant is carried out

  • Judge Stark’s patent venue guidance has far-reaching implications

    Judge Leonard Stark of the District of Delaware has issued two rulings on motions to transfer that provide guidance for Hatch-Waxman and other patent litigation. This included ruling “regular and established place of business” requires a physical place of business in the district

  • Keep your patent litigation strategy flexible

    How do US, UK and EPO tribunals compare when it comes to patent infringement disputes? Ilya Kazi contrasts tactics and procedures, drawing on lessons from recent cases

  • Interview: Julie Desrosiers

    Fasken Martineau's global IP and technology leader Julie Desrosiers speaks to Women in IP about patent litigation in Canada, the utility test and the benefits of team work

  • Interview: Say Sujintaya

    In the latest Women in IP interview, Alice O’Donkor speaks to Say Sujintaya, who chairs Baker McKenzie’s Asia Pacific IP group, about the TPP Agreement, Thailand joining the Madrid Protocol and leaving a legacy

  • Ropes & Gray hires PTAB chair from Oblon, and other US people moves

    Managing IP’s regular update of people moves includes hires by Ropes & Gray, Norton Rose Fulbright, Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn, Hogan Lovells, Wolf Greenfield, Shook Hardy & Bacon and BakerHostetler. These include new roles for two former AIPLA presidents

  • European Commission makes Brexit IP proposal

    Patent and trade mark attorneys have welcomed the European Commission's plans for unitary IP rights after Brexit

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