In the Southern District of New York on March 29, 2010, a District Court Judge rejected the prevailing opinion on the patentability of DNA sequences. The Public Patent Foundation and the ACLU sued in 2009 to challenge certain claims in Myriad Genetics Inc.’s breast cancer patents (5,747,282, 5,837,492, 5,693,473, 5,709,999, 5,710,001, 5,753,441, 6,033,857). The plaintiffs
Unlike the 2007 trademark dispute with Cisco over the iPhone mark that required a bit of negotiation and time, today it was announced that Apple resolved their trademark dispute with Fujitsu Ltd. over the iPad mark. Before we can comment on the events of today, a brief history of the iPad mark as applied to
Well, sort of. The decision clarifies certain parts, but leaves ambiguity in the interpretation of other areas of the law. The recent Colorado Court of appeals decision clarifies due process requirements for concealed handgun permit revocation and issuance. The decision, which was handed down on Dec. 24th, 2009 was a ruling in favor of a
Initiatives are at this time being pushed to change the way Coloradans buy beer, liquor and marijuana. Initiative 48, set to go before the Title Setting Board on April 7th this year would allow grocers and convenience stores to sell full strength beer – instead of the 3.2 beer currently allowed – wine and spirits.