3M has filed another trademark infringement suit against what it’s called a “deplorable pandemic profiteer”, as the multinational seeks to stop the alleged price-gouging of N95 masks amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
Judging by today’s news cycle, you might think that the world of IP is quite advanced when it comes to artificial intelligence .
3M has convinced a US judge to grant a restraining order against a New Jersey company it has accused of infringing the 3M trademarks by reselling N95 masks at “grossly inflated” prices amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has overturned a lower court’s decision to find a heart monitoring patent invalid under Alice, handing a win to medical laboratory company BioTelemetry.
The UK government will indemnify ventilator manufacturers from the financial burden arising from any potential IP breaches, as health services around the world scramble to up their capacity of the devices.
The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has ordered a new trial in a patent dispute between Abbott-subsidiary Alere and patent monetisation company Rembrandt Diagnostics.
Greece has reportedly suggested that EU member states should jointly buy patent rights for COVID-19 tests and vaccines to ensure rapid distribution across the EU.
The Biotechnology Innovation Organization has converted its 2020 international convention into an entirely online experience, BIO Digital.
Numerous associations and individuals have come together to ask the World Health Organization to build a global pool for IP rights related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Canada is the latest country to adopt emergency measures in order to secure drugs and medical equipment in the fight against COVID-19.