In January, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) filed a lawsuit against Qualcomm Inc. over its practices for licensing cellular patents to smartphone makers. The company is a leading supplier... Read More
How will innovations in medical technology shape healthcare?
Recent advances in medical technology have paved the way for minimally invasive surgeries to treat an array of serious conditions. Spurred... Read More
What are the latest technological developments in the electronics sector?
A recent study in the journal Nature Materials reports that scientists at Stamford University and the Department of Energy’s... Read More
How many biosimilars are approved in the United States?
The U.S. Supreme Court recently announced that it will review the Amgen v. Sandoz case, a dispute over a Federal Circuit... Read More
What steps if the federal government taking to protect intellectual property?
In December, the Obama administration released a three-year plan for the protection of intellectual property. The U.S. Joint Strategic... Read More
How has the American Invents Act shaped patent law?
Since the America Invents Act became law a little over five years ago, there have been tectonic shifts in the patent... Read More
What is at stake in the CRISPR patent dispute?
The Patent Trial and Appeal Board is weighing claims over who invented CRISPR (clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats) gene-editing technology, arguably... Read More
Carter Deluca Farrell & Schmidt, LLP (CDFS) sponsored the IP Defense Summit which was held in Boston, Massachusetts on November 3, 2016. The Summit featured a panel of prominent in house... Read More
By: Pina Campagna
CDFS Partner Pina M. Campagna participated in the preparation of an amicus brief together with the New York Intellectual Property Law Association (“NYIPLA”) urging the... Read More