Federal Circuit

  • Eli Lilly Wins Patent Protection

    Eli Lilly faced some significant ?? 1/2 hurdles in 2006. After losing $65 million in a patent dispute against competitor Ariad Pharmaceuticals Inc., the pharmaceutical giant faced another scare over the possibility of losing its patent on its blockbuster antipsychotic drug Zyprexa. However, Lilly's luck changed Dec. 26, when the...

  • Court Denies TiVo's Injunction Request

    TiVo Corp. attempt to secure a permanent injunction against EchoStar's DVR products was unsuccessful.

  • Right To Sue

    MedImmune asks the Supreme Court to make it easier for licensees to challenge a licensed patent.

  • Right To Sue

    MedImmune asks the Supreme Court to make it easier for licensees to challenge a licensed patent.

  • Inventor Sinks Sony Appeal

    The inconsistent testimony of a California inventor played into a federal judge's decision to reject Sony Corp.'s appeal to overturn a $90.7 million jury verdict.

  • Phone Co. Can Continue Services

    On Dec. 12, 2005, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit stayed an injunction against Boston Communications Group Inc. (BCGI) giving the company and its millions of customers a much needed breath of fresh air after months of uncertainty. The U.S. District Court of Massachusetts ordered BCGI to...

  • Federal Circuit

    Infamous Patent Troll Finally Defeated In Federal Court

  • Federal Circuit Clears Up Patent-Interpretation Rules

    Phillips Forces Trial Courts To Construe Patents Narrowly

  • Federal Circuit

    Supreme Court Examines Role Of Patents In Drug Research

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