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Vibram – seller of the “FiveFinger” shoes – took an intellectual property insurance coverage dispute to the highest court of Massachusetts, and won. The Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts held that the insurers must pay Vibram’s cost of defending a
Continue Reading Insurers Must Pay Cost of Defending Case Stemming from Use of Famous Marathoner’s Name

Subject matter eligibility jurisprudence under 35 U.S.C. § 101 has been in flux in recent years, following the Supreme Court’s decisions in Mayo v. Prometheus and Alice Corp. v. CLS Bank. On February 26, 2019, the Federal Circuit in University
Continue Reading Federal Circuit’s Decision in University of Florida Research Foundation v. General Electric Raises Questions with Subject Matter Eligibility Guidance