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Roku gets mixed result in ITC dispute over remote-control patent

Roku’s redesigned versions of its soundbars and Ultra streaming device don’t infringe a patent owned by a company that specializes in universal remotes, but the original versions of the devices do, the U.S. International Trade Commission has ruled.


The patently obvious need to protect COVID-19 vaccine intellectual property

Kelli Larson of the School of Business, Law and Entrepreneurship at Swinburne University of Technology in Hawthorn, Victoria, Australia, discusses the role of patents in the context of COVID-19 vaccines in the International Journal of Intellectual Property Management.


Kenya is Africa’s finest in Intellectual Property

Global economies are reeling from the harsh realities occasioned by the stochastic spread of the coronavirus disease of 2019 and its attendant variants. Combined with intensified adverse weather episodes and vaccine inequality in the global south, life has been tough for many.


Arecor granted key Canadian patent for proprietary technology enabling highly concentrated biotherapeutics

Arecor is pleased to announce that the Canadian Intellectual Property Office has granted a key patent, CA2861402, with claims protecting a specific part of the technology used in the development of stable, low-viscosity formulations of highly concentrated protein therapeutics, including monoclonal antibodies, fusion proteins and more complex protein constructs.

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Apple loses bid for second bite at Qualcomm patents after license

A U.S. appeals court on Wednesday rebuffed for the second time Apple Inc’s attempt to revive challenges to chipmaker Qualcomm Inc’s mobile-phone technology patents.

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