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NOVARTIS AG v. EZRA VENTURES LLC December 7, 2018

Ezra Ventures filed an Abbreviated New Drug Application (ANDA) relating to a generic version of Novartis’s branded multiple sclerosis drug Gilenya®. Novartis filed an infringement suit against Ezra in...

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NOVARTIS PHARMACEUTICALS CORP v. BRECKENRIDGE PHARMACEUTICAL

This case involves patents directed to the compound everolimus, the active ingredient in Zortress® and Afinitor®, which can be used to treat certain cancers and prevent rejection in kidney and...

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JACK HENRY & ASSOCIATES, INC. v. PLANO ENCRYPTION TECHNOLOGIES

Jack Henry and eleven Texas banks appeal the ruling of the District Court dismissing a declaratory judgment action against Plano Encryption Technologies LLC (“PET”). The district court held...

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Should Graffiti Artists be Paid for Use of their Work? August 19, 2018

Once considered a low-life act by individuals who lacked the respect to keep their community clean, graffiti is now perceived as true artwork (“aerosol art”). Not...

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Colors: Can they be Trademarked? August 17, 2018

Colors hold more power than we often may assign to them. Whether on packaging of food in the supermarket, or the bottom of a shoe, color...

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Cannabis Industry Searches for Federal Level Intellectual Property Clarity

Despite the fact that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office does not provide federal trademark registration for any products that include marijuana, it still grants the same for cannabis-related...

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