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Drawings are not patentable subject matter since they are not a process, apparatus, or composition of matter.  Drawings are copyrightable subject matter.

A first step would be to file a complaint with the USPTO Office of Attorney Discipline. If they are found to have violated their obligations by the USPTO, you would then have good grounds to file a la ...Read more

What do you mean by "ran out" Did the patent expire at the end of its 20 year term from filing or did it lapse for failure to pay a maintenance fee. If it expired, unless the infringement started befo ...Read more

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BGH to rule on dispute over red colour trademark

Two financial institutions have been arguing over the use of a particular shade of red for a long time. The Bundesgerichtshof (BGH) [Germany’s Federal Court of Justice] has to deliver its ruling ... Read more

SJC: Ex-Husband Entitled to Share of Future Royalties for Best-Selling Novel, Night Circus

AUGUST 6, 2015 – In a slip opinion forCanisius v. Morgenstern, 14-P-0341, announced today, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) heldthat an author’s right to receive future royal ... Read more

Philadelphia Business Lawyers: Rival Continuing to Sell Infringing Products

Last year, Texas Advanced Optoelectronic Solutions, Inc. (TAOS), a company that makes light sensors used in iPhones and other products, was awarded $88.7 million after a jury found that its competitor ... Read more

New Rules for EB1B, E3, H1B1, and CW1

On January 15, 2016, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) posted new final rules to the Federal Register (81 FR 2068, 1/15/16) [PDF version]. The new rules will go into effect on February 16, 201 ... Read more

Supreme Court to Review Enhanced Damages in Patent Cases: Supreme Court

Patent litigation could be forever changed when the United States Supreme Court decides two related cases concerning the test for enhancing damages. The Supreme Court granted certiorari in two case ... Read more

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