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Dentons hires partner in London

UK14-04-2016

Law firm Dentons has hired Campbell Forsyth as a partner in the firm’s intellectual property practice in London.

DLA Piper adds partner and chair of FDA group

US07-04-2016

Law firm DLA Piper has hired James Czaban as a partner in the firm’s government affairs practice and chair of the firm’s US Food and Drug Administration group in Washington, DC.

Foley & Lardner hires partner in Tokyo

Japan05-04-2016

Law firm Foley & Lardner has expanded its intellectual property department and its chemical, biotechnology and pharmaceutical practice by hiring Philippe Riesen as a partner.

Reed Smith adds two partners in Houston

US31-03-2016

Law firm Reed Smith has hired Nicolas Barzoukas and Josh Davis as partners in the firm’s intellectual property, information and innovation practice group in Houston.

BakerHostetler hires counsel in New York

US22-03-2016

Law firm BakerHostetler has hired Wanda French-Brown as a counsel in the firm’s patent litigation team in New York.

Sidley Austin hires three partners in New York

US22-03-2016

Law firm Sidley Austin has expanded its intellectual property capabilities by hiring Bradford Badke, Sona De and Ching-Lee Fukuda as partners in the firm’s New York office

Proskauer adds two in Boston

US16-03-2016

Law firm Proskauer Rose has expanded its life sciences patent practice by hiring Fangli Chen as a partner and Daniel Klein as a senior patent counsel.

Jawbone’s patents cover ‘ineligible subject matter’, ITC says

US07-03-2016

The International Trade Commission has invalidated two patents owned by Jawbone because they cover “ineligible subject matter”, dealing a blow to the wearable fitness company in its legal battle with rival Fitbit.

IPR process creates bias, Ethicon says

US01-03-2016

The Patent Trial and Appeal Board’s process of allowing the same three judges to decide whether to institute an inter partes review and on the validity of the patent in question creates legal biases, Ethicon Endo-Surgery has argued.

Polymer patent invalidated by split Federal Circuit

US29-02-2016

The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has invalidated a polymer patent owned by Howmedica Osteonics, reversing an earlier decision from the US Patent and Trademark Office and ending the company’s long running dispute with medical device company Zimmer.

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