Professor Dennis Crouch did a great job of summarizing the Supreme Court’s ruling last week in Peter v. NantKwest, wherein the Court found that the Patent and Trademark Office could not shift its litigation costs to applicants who choose to challenge the PTO’s decisions in district court. We recommend everyone read his summary, posted on the Patently-O Blog, here.
Instagram Artists Rejoice? Not Quite. Judge Reconsiders Prior Ruling, But Instagram Maintains Its Foothold On Rights
Plaintiff Stephanie Sinclair brought suit against Defendant Mashable and its parent company, alleging copyright infringement when Mashable posted Sinclair’s photograph on its website without Sinclair’s