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U.S. Patent Legislation: The STRONGER Patents Act of 2017

In June, three democratic senators (Chris Coons from Delaware, Dick Durbin from Illinois, and Mazie Hirono from Hawaii) and one republican senator (Tom Cotton from Arkansas) introduced the “STRONGER Patents Act of 2017.” One of the motivations for the bill appears to be that the U.S. Chamber of Commerce recently ranked the U.S. patent system

Court of Milan rules on interim measure ordering the halt of the pricing and reimbursement procedure of a generic product

By order issued on June 18, 2017, in summary proceedings brought by Teva against Mylan and Synthon for the alleged infringement of EP 2 361 924 (covering a manufacturing process for the active ingredient glatiramer acetate), the Court of Milan revoked the interim measure granted inaudita altera parte (i.e. without the defendants have been previously

EU: SEP Enforcement discussed in Brussels office

On 20 January, Kay Jebelli of Hogan Lovells, Brussels hosted Kings College London Alumni in Belgium as part of their European & Competition Law Speakers series of events. Kay’s presentation, “Patent Enforcement Post-Huawei” was on the subject of standard essential patents and injunctions. The talk focused on the European Commission’s competition law “safe harbour” for