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EU backs compulsory licensing for COVID vaccines

China, EU, India, South Africa, US08-06-2021Alex Baldwin

The European Union has submitted a new proposal to the World Trade Organisation, which backs compulsory licensing agreements for COVID-19 vaccines when negotiations fail.

Endo, Impax face class-action over antitrust claims

US07-06-2021Muireann Bolger

Endo International and Amneal Pharmaceuticals’ subsidiary, Impax Laboratories, have failed to prevent antitrust claims over a patent settlement from going to trial.

Cannabis company to face ‘Kool’ menthol dilution claims

US04-06-2021Alex Baldwin

Cannabis company Capna has failed to convince a California district court judge to dismiss a trademark suit alleging it infringed a tobacco company’s cigarette marks.

Clarus succeeds in invalidating four Lipocine testosterone patents

US03-06-2021Alex Baldwin

Clarus Therapeutics has convinced a US court to invalidate four Lipocine testosterone booster patents it was accused of infringing.

AbbVie says bar for ‘sham litigation’ is too low

US03-06-2021Rory O'Neill

AbbVie has again urged the US Supreme Court to save it from claims of filing sham litigation to block competition for testosterone treatment AndroGel.

Federal Circuit upholds another ITC decision in 10X vs Bio-Rad

US03-06-2021Alex Baldwin

The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has upheld a decision from the US International Trade Commission that found 10X Genomics infringed on two Bio-Rad Laboratories gene sequencing patents.

Bardehle opens Paris life sciences practice with two hires

France01-06-2021Alex Baldwin

Munich-based firm Bardehle Pagenberg has established a life sciences practice at its Paris office with two recent hires.

Japan’s IP office upholds CRISPR patent and allows third

Japan01-06-2021Muireann Bolger

A CRISPR patent filed by scientist Emmanuelle Charpentier alongside the Regents of the University of California and the University of Vienna has been upheld by the Japan Patent Office.

UC Berkeley auctions Nobel Prize invention materials as NFTs

US01-06-2021Alex Baldwin

A non-fungible token for a Nobel Prize-winning cancer immunotherapy invention has been minted ahead of an auction tomorrow arranged by the University of California, Berkeley.

President Xi supports COVID-19 waiver

China01-06-2021Alex Baldwin

President Xi Jingping has announced his support for waiving IP rights for COVID-19 vaccines.

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