Stay on the Sanofi Drug?
Feb10

Stay on the Sanofi Drug?

The U.S. District court for the district of Delaware awarded injunction to Amgen against Sanofi to remove its drug  from the market when it was found that Sanofi was infringing Amgen’s drug. Sanofi’s drug ‘Praluent’ was said to infringe Amgen’s counterpart of the same drug, ‘Repatha’ as they both used as they both used an inhibitor of the same protien which is called PCSK9. To Amgen’s...

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Verizon to renegotiate Yahoo Deal
Jan28

Verizon to renegotiate Yahoo Deal

Yahoo was recently exposed for history’s greatest data breach. This is a data breach of over 1 billion users resulting in a drop in the shares of Sunnyvale by 6%. This followed another major hack back in September which is causing Verizon to contemplate on the on deal.  originally the value was set at $4.8 billion for Yahoo’s core internat business. But Verizon intends go through with the deal however aiming to persuade...

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The Cannabis Trademark
Jan27

The Cannabis Trademark

As known to general public, Marijuana is legal in 28 states of USA. However, its is still illegal under federal law. Hi is a cannabis company, bearing the text ‘hi’ in an orage loop as its logo, located in Portland. Its Parent company ‘Cannabis Sativa Inc.’ has applied for the Hi trademaek at the US Patent and Trademark Office. However, there seems to be a little catch to this. As the federal laws are yet to...

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Class Action Law Suit against Apple
Jan27

Class Action Law Suit against Apple

A California man brought a class action law suit against Apple for not having implemented a patent they had acquired. Apple is believed to have acquired a patent which prevents drivers from using the distracting device application, face time while they are driving. But they have not implemented it which the plaintiffs in this case believe is the cause of death of their five-year-old daughter. The driver was reportedly using face time...

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Google’s Self Driving Patent
Jan20

Google’s Self Driving Patent

Google has already had a lot of self-driving cars but non of rhem yet commercially applied yet. A patent was filed earlier this month, in this regard, taking the autonomous cars one step forward. Considering the concept of an autonomous cars, to encouter the probable challenges and for the sake of convinience, Google says a centralized dispatching system which efficiently determes safe pick-up and drop-off locations. Last year Google...

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Paul McCartney against Sony for Beetles
Jan20

Paul McCartney against Sony for Beetles

Sir Paul McCartney has come back to take legal action against Sony for the songs he had composed back in the day with John Lennon. In the 80’s McCartney was outbid by Michael Jackson for the songs. These ended up being sold back by the star along with his shares in Sony/ATV. Sir Paul McCartney claimed that he wills to claim back the ownership on grounds of ‘copyright termination. The claim was filed on Wednesday in America...

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