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Judge signals that artificial intelligence cannot be named as an inventor in the United States

The ongoing artificial intelligence (“AI”) inventorship case of Thaler v. Iancu, et al. (No. 1:20-cv-00903) took another turn on April 6th when U.S. District Court Judge Leonie...

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Mobility and Transportation - Hot Topic Q&A Interviews

In the course of the transformation of the mobility and transportation industry disruptive distribution models, international disputes or supply chain disruptions are currently affecting...

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Doing business in the United States
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The United States is one of the easiest jurisdictions in the world in which to do business. Regulatory barriers are generally low, establishing a branch or business entity is quick and...

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Trade-secret protections are getting stronger – and other IP trends chemical companies need to know Chemicals: Horizons

Trade secrets are fast becoming a crucial IP asset, and that’s good news for chemical companies – whose competitive advantage regularly comes not only from patented materials or ...

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Getting The Deal Through: Automotive 2020

The drive towards the future of mobility and COVID-19 have made the fourth publication of Getting the Deal Through - Automotive a special edition. It not only explores the particularities...

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COVID-19 IP update: impact on litigation

The Hogan Lovells IP & Media Technology team is closely following the impact of COVID-19 on the operation of Courts around the world and what this means in practice for clients...

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District Court invokes utility patent obviousness doctrine in finding design patent invalid
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District Court uses utility patent “common sense” doctrine in finding a design patent invalid for obviousness, possibly signalling a shift in design patent obviousness analysis.

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Virtual health horizons 2020

As the world responds to the COVID-19 pandemic, physicians and patients are increasingly turning to virtual health solutions, including telehealth and remote monitoring, as a central facet...

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Federal Circuit: District Court erred in determining primary reference in design patent infringement row
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Federal Circuit holds that district court erred in granting summary judgment of invalidity where primary reference might not be “basically the same,” perhaps signaling a trend...

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