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A May 26, 2022 article in Yahoo! Finance titled Baby formula shortage raises the question of whether 'Big Formula' should be broken up discusses a recent congressional hearing concerning the shortage of infant formula. …

Prof. Tom Cotter's Extraterritorial Damages in Copyright Law, 74 Fla. L. Rev.

An April 27, 2022 Bloomberg Law story titled Paying More in Patent Damages a Puzzle Ready for High Court discusses a pending certiorari petition in which Comcast and Cisco ask the U.S. Supreme Court to clarify whether…

A recent decision by Mrs. Justice Bacon of the Patents Court of England and Wales, Anan Kasei Co. Ltd v. Neo Chemicals & Oxides (Europe) Ltd, [2022] EWHC 708 (Ch) (Mar.

A March 4, 2022 Law360 article titled Ax of $85M Verdict Shows Hurdles in Proving Patent Damages discusses a recent decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, Apple Inc. v.

In an opinion handed down on June 18, 2021, Jim Olive Photography v. University of Houston System, the Texas Supreme Court held that a governmental unit's "violation of a copyright, without more, is not a taking" of…

On June 21, Professor Tom Cotter participated in a podcast on developments in the law of patent injunctions published on the FOSS Patents Blog.  Topics included newly-approved German legislation on injunctions in patent cases; a…

A May 24, 2021 Bloomberg Law article titled Apple Points to IP in Bid to Defeat an Epic Antitrust Claim discusses Apple's efforts to defeat one of the antitrust claims plaintiff Epic has raised in a high-stakes antitrust…

A February 4, 2021 Minneapolis Star-Tribune article titled Klobuchar Proposal Would Toughen Up Antitrust Laws discusses a bill proposed by U.S.

In two recent decisions, Uniloc USA, Inc. v. Motorola Mobility LLC, 2020 WL 7771219 (D. Del. Dec. 30, 3030), and ChromaDex, Inc. v. Elysium Health, Inc., ___ F.Supp.3d ___, 2020 WL 7360212 (D. Del. Dec. 17,…

A Bloomberg Law article titled “Patent Litigators Add to Playbook With Anti-Suit Injunction” discusses recent decisions around the world, involving litigation over FRAND-committed standard-essential patents, in which courts have…

A September 11, 2020 article (subscription required) in Global Competition Review, titled “DOJ encourages IEEE to consider policy change,” discusses the Antitrust Division”s recent updating of a 2015 Business Review Letter…