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Fish Litigation Blog

Welcome to the Fish & Richardson litigation blog, a community site where our intellectual property, commercial, and white collar litigators share information on nationwide litigation developments and trends. Join the conversation!

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Fish Litigation Blog

The depth and breadth of Fish’s litigation practice is constantly expanding to fit the needs of our clients and the realities of the economic, business, and technological challenges they face. Our litigation blog reflects the full expanse of our litigation practice. Among other things, we discuss: developments in patent and trademark litigation, intricacies associated with ITC proceeding, Federal Circuit summaries and Supreme Court decisions, how courts are handling NPE litigation, various manifestations of the America Invents Act (AIA), commercial and business litigation matters, the Delaware Court of Chancery, and white collar defense and government investigation issues.

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IP Litigation, Life Sciences
March 14, 2017
First Biosimilar Monoclonal Antibody in Oncology Granted EU Approval: Implications for the U.S. Market
Authors: Jenny Shmuel, Ph.D., Ron Vogel, Tasha M. Francis, Ph.D.
IP Litigation
March 13, 2017
Dismissal Demonstrates Need for Clarity on BPCIA Disclosure Steps
Authors: Gina Nellesen, Jenny Shmuel, Ph.D.
IP Litigation
March 8, 2017
Minnesota Patent Litigation Wrap-Up – February 2017
Authors: Conrad Gosen, John C. Adkisson
IP Litigation, Life Sciences
March 3, 2017
REMICADE® Cell Powder Trial Postponed While Court Addresses Standing and BPCIA Remedies
Authors: Gina Nellesen, Jenny Shmuel, Ph.D.
IP Litigation, Life Sciences
March 3, 2017
Mixed Results When New Attribution Standard is Put to the Test with Life Science Divided-Actor Method Claims
Authors: Gina Nellesen, Elizabeth M. Flanagan, Tasha M. Francis, Ph.D.
IP Litigation, White Collar
March 2, 2017
Tough New Cybersecurity Regulations from the New York Department of Financial Services Go Live
Authors: Claire Collins, Gus P. Coldebella, Caroline K. Simons
IP Litigation, Life Sciences
February 27, 2017
Biosimilar Litigants Dispute Probative Value of Statements Exchanged During the Patent Dance
Authors: Gina Nellesen, Jenny Shmuel, Ph.D.
IP Litigation
February 24, 2017
What Patents Can Be Challenged in the Patent Office as “Covered Business Methods”?
Authors: Michael T. Zoppo, Brian J. Doyle, Thomas Rozylowicz
IP Litigation
February 17, 2017
Genentech Seeks “Urgent” Relief from Amgen’s Alleged BPCIA Violations
Authors: Jenny Shmuel, Ph.D., Tasha M. Francis, Ph.D.
IP Litigation, Life Sciences
February 16, 2017
Biosimilar Litigants Square Off Before the Supreme Court
Authors: Gina Nellesen, Jenny Shmuel, Ph.D., Tasha M. Francis, Ph.D.
Commercial Litigation
February 15, 2017
Federal Copyright Preemption Extends to Preempt State Laws Which Protect Material That Congress Expressly Declined to Protect Under Federal Copyright Law: Ultraflo Corp. v. Pelican Tank Parts, Inc. (5th Cir. Jan. 11, 2017)
Author: Tommy Jacks
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