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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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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Groupon sues IBM over patent Infringement
May13

Groupon sues IBM over patent Infringement

Groupon sued IBM on Monday for a patent infringement of its location based technology. Two months after IBM counter-sued Gruopon for the infringement of four of their patents, Groupon fled its lawsuit in the Federal Court of Chicago. IBM has been alleged for stealing its December 2010 Patent that belongs to groupon which allows businesses to solicit customers on basis of their geographical location. IBM’s copy software,...

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Judgement Overturned, Nintendo 3DS not guilty
Apr29

Judgement Overturned, Nintendo 3DS not guilty

Seijiro Tomita, now owner of Tomita Technologies, former employee of Sony accuses Nintendo of infringing his patent in manufacturing their 3DS model hand-held game consoles. In 2003, Tomita claims to have given, 7 officials of Nintendo, a prototype of his invention while the patent was still pending. To this, Nintendo countered saying that, the Technology was developed by an employer named Sharp which the company had interviewed in...

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Apple Setteles Siri Lawsuit
Apr22

Apple Setteles Siri Lawsuit

This lawsuit dates back to 2012. Apple got itself tangled in a suit filed by Dynamic Advances for the infringement of their patent, 7177798B2. Two professors from the oldest technological University in the US, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, had developed a Computer/smartphone technology for voice assisted search queries. The exclusive licensing for this was handed to Dynamic Advances; with the rights to sue for infringement in the...

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