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Patent Law: Making On-Sale Bar Jurisprudence Coherent

Posted in Development & Commercialization of Technology, Intellectual Property Litigation, Patent Counseling & Strategies, Patent Prosecution, Technology Transactions, Uncategorized

“Rather than rest our decision on formalities, our focus is on what makes our on-sale bar jurisprudence coherent: preventing inventors from filing for patents a year or more after the invention has been commercially marketed, whether marketed by the inventor himself or a third party.”  The Medicines Company v. Hospira, Inc., No. 2014-1469, slip op…. Continue Reading

Adam Carolla Gets It On with Personal Audio Settlement

Posted in E-Commerce (Internet Agreements and Issues), Intellectual Property Litigation, Technology News & Events

As part of their settlement, Adam Carolla and Personal Audio LLC agreed to not make any public statements concerning their patent infringement lawsuit until September 30th.[1]  On Wednesday’s podcast, Adam Carolla and Mike August, a former attorney, discussed the lawsuit and the settlement that was reached between Carolla and Personal Audio.[2] Personal Audio had filed… Continue Reading