Don’t you wanna dance with me? US Supreme Court to hear Amgen v Sandoz biosimilars case

The US Supreme Court has granted petitions for certiorari in Amgen v. Sandoz confirming that the Court will examine the operation of the “patent dance” regime under the Biologics Price Competition and Innovation Act of 2009 (“BPCIA”), as well as clarifying when notice of commercial marketing can be given. Biosimilar boffins and patent pedants will read more...
Subjects: Patents

Aereo fails to turn lemons into lemonade – TV retransmission service blocked by preliminary injunction

In June, the Supreme Court of the United States found that the Aereo TV service, which allowed subscribers to stream free-to-air television broadcasts over the internet, infringed copyright in television programs. Following the Supreme Court’s decision, Aereo has attempted unsuccessfully (in the words of Judge Nathan) “to turn lemons into lemonade” by using the Supreme read more...
Subjects: Copyright

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New rules for recording and broadcasting judgments in the NSW Supreme Court

In news that will be of particular interest to media organisations, the Supreme Court of NSW has introduced new rules that provide for judgment to be recorded and broadcast. Under the new rules (Part 9A of the Supreme Court Act 1970 and Part 13 of the Supreme Court Rules 1970), a person may apply to read more...