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Carter, DeLuca & Farrell LLP, a leader in intellectual property law, provides cost-effective services to clients from around the world, protecting innovations in a wide range of technologies.

Throughout the phases of product or brand development, we form a critical part of our clients’ development teams to provide preparation, prosecution and clearance services to maximize protection while navigating through freedom-to-operate challenges. We also provide extensive IP due diligence services and IP asset assimilation to help our clients achieve their business objectives.

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OSI PHARMACEUTICALS, LLC v. APOTEX INC. October 4, 2019

OSI Pharmaceuticals appeals the decision of the Patent Trial and Appeal Board holding certain claims of U.S. Patent No. 6,900,221 (relating...

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AMERICAN AXLE & MANUFACTURING v. NEAPCO HOLDINGS LLC October 3, 2019

American Axle sued Neapco alleging infringement of claims of U.S. Patent No. 7,774,911 relating to a method for manufacturing propeller shafts with liners...

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HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL INC. v. ARKEMA INC. October 1, 2019

Honeywell appeals from a pair of post-grant review proceedings involving a single Honeywell patent relating to fluoroalkene compounds used in refrigeration systems and...

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Carter DeLuca hosts AIPLA Breakfast

Carter, DeLuca & Farrell LLP hosted an informational breakfast presentation on September 12, 2019 featuring  Lisa Jorgenson, Executive Director of AIPLA, and Chen Wang, Deputy Executive Director of...

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Global Patent Grace Period Discussed at APEC IPEG March 5, 2019

Ray Farrell was designated as a panel member by the American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA) at the Asia Pacific...

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Should Graffiti Artists be Paid for Use of their Work? August 19, 2018

Once considered a low-life act by individuals who lacked the respect to keep their community clean, graffiti is now perceived...

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