The US Supreme Court has upheld President Barack Obama's healthcare
plan, ensuring the safety of the pathway for biosimilars included with
Intel has paid $375 million for 1,700 InterDigital patents.
Singapore plans to change its patent system from a self-assessment regime to a positive grant system.
Twenty-three companies have written to the US attorney general and
solicitor general voicing concerns about the implications of the Myriad
gene patent case.
The UK has appointed Anshika Jha to the British High Commission in New Delhi as a second IP attaché.
US secretary of commerce John Bryson is taking medical leave and
transferring his duties, including overseeing the USPTO, to deputy
secretary Rebecca Blank.
China's Supreme People's Court will hear American Semiconductor's software infringement claim against Chinese company Sinovel.
China and Russia started a one-year patent prosecution highway initiative.
The US Supreme Court has invited the solicitor general to file a brief in GlaxoSmithKline v Classen Immunotherapies, which raises issues about generics' safe harbour from patent infringement liability.