U.S. District Judge Vince Chhabria says university and former professors might both be liable in fight over berry genotypes.
The U.S. Supreme Court justices indicated they could remand a case involving the Biologics Price Competition and Innovation Act, a decision that would leave pharmaceutical companies without needed clarity on the law.
The brief order puts the case back on track for two key hearings before Judge William Alsup in the next two weeks.
The Korean smartphone maker calls out Federal Circuit on obviousness, injunction standard, and its unusual handling of the proceedings.
Vidal, who has represented companies like PayPal and VMware, is leaving Fish & Richardson after 20 years at the firm.
The 90-year-old Ninth Circuit judge was known for his strong moral compass and religious values.
It took her years to persuade some operating companies that RPX was there to help them, not hurt. In a Q&A, Yen looks back (and forward) as she transitions to the company's board of directors.
The advocacy group didn't contest an Australian suit and argues the injunction isn't enforceable in the United States.
Sparks fly as Judges Kozinski, Reinhardt and Watford reflect on a play depicting the late Supreme Court justice's role in American politics and judiciary.
The D.C.-based appeals court temporarily halted proceedings Thursday to review an order that would force Uber to disclose information it says is shielded.