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  • Hoverboard 101: What you need to know

    Joalene Jolivette, Inventist CMO, discusses hoverboard safety concerns, including injuries and battery-related fires. Also Jolivette weighs in on hoverboard tips and the battle for patents.

  • NEW YORK, Dec 4- Samsung fought until the bitter end to avoid paying Apple, but the company now says it will finally hand over the more than $548 million it owes for infringing the patents and designs of its biggest smartphone rival. In papers filed in federal court in San Jose, California on Thursday, Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said it will make the payment by Dec. 14 if...

  • Hoverboard

    While hoverboards have become a popular item for holiday shoppers they have also become the gift that keeps on giving for lawyers.

  • NEW YORK, Dec 2- A U.S. appeals court refused on Wednesday to reconsider its decision invalidating a Sequenom Inc prenatal DNA test patent, a decision that could put in doubt the validity of a wide range of medical and biotechnology patents. Sequenom shares fell 9.5 percent to $1.62 on Wednesday. Sequenom's patent relates to the discovery of a way to detect fetal...

  • WASHINGTON, Nov 30- The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected an appeal by Covidien LP seeking to restore a $176 million patent infringement verdict against Johnson& Johnson subsidiary Ethicon Inc.. In a separate patent case, the court declined to hear Biolitec AG's challenge to a $70 million contempt finding relating to a patent dispute the company had with...

  • MARSHALL, Texas, Nov 20- A U.S. jury on Friday found Apple Inc did not infringe five antipiracy patents owned by a Pendrell Corp subsidiary at trial in a Texas federal court. No damages were awarded to Pendrell subsidiary ContentGuard Holdings. The trial came after a jury in a separate case in the same court in September cleared Google Inc of infringing the same five...

  • MARSHALL, Texas, Nov 20- A U.S. jury on Friday found Apple Inc did not infringe five patents owned by a Pendrell Corp subsidiary at trial in a Texas federal court. The jury also found that Apple did not prove that the patents were invalid. No damages were awarded to Pendrell subsidiary ContentGuard Holdings.

  • iPhone 6s

    If you've dropped your phone in toilet, Apple could soon have your back! The tech giant has filed a patent making it possible for future iPhones to expel water.

  • Apple's waterproof phone patent
  • Nov 9- Collegium Pharmaceutical Inc said the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has tentatively approved its experimental opioid painkiller, with final approval depending on the outcome of a lawsuit filed by Purdue Pharma over patents related to the drug. The FDA had last month delayed ruling on the opioid painkiller, meant to be taken after a meal for maximum...

  • Nov 9- Collegium Pharmaceutical Inc said the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has given its experimental opioid painkiller a tentative approval. The FDA can provide final approval to the drug, Xtampza ER, once Collegium gets a court order that the listed patents are invalid or not infringed, or if Collegium settles the Purdue Pharma litigation prior to the 30-...

  • LLY CEO: Aim to resume growth and expand margins

    John Lechleiter, Eli Lilly chairman & CEO, discusses the impact of the strong dollar on revenues as the company posts mixed quarterly results which beat on earnings. Also Lechleiter provides an outlook on several drugs, including data on clinical trials for its diabetes drug.

  • Shoppers at an Apple store in New York

    A U.S. jury on Friday ordered Apple to pay the University of Wisconsin-Madison's patent licensing arm more than $234 million in damages.

  • Apple loses a patent lawsuit

    Apple could face $862M in damages after losing a patent lawsuit for a technology owned by the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

  • AirBus is full of ideas for its planes

    Aircraft manufacturer Airbus filed another unusual patent for passenger seating.

  • Paul Allen

    The U.S. Supreme Court rejected a bid by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen to revive patent claims against AOL, Apple, Google, and Yahoo over pop-ups.

  • MSFT and GOOGL patent battle over

    Microsoft and Google have agreed to bury all patent infringement litigation against each other, settling 18 cases in the U.S. and Germany.

  • Google and Microsoft

    Microsoft Corp and Google Inc have agreed to bury all patent infringement litigation against each other, the companies announced on Wednesday.

  • Patent

    Think your brilliant idea needs a patent pronto? Think twice. Patents for lone inventors can be a waste of time and money.

  • Fight against big pharma not about just profiting: Bass

    Kyle Bass, Hayman Capital Management founder and managing partner, discusses the reasons behind why he's bringing challenges to drug patents.