Samsung Bioepis has fought back against a bid by Alexion to prevent it from selling a biosimilar version of a patented blood treatment drug by a rival, telling a court that this will not infringe the protections of an AstraZeneca subsidiary over the medicine.
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Samsung Bioepis Denies Infringing Blood Treatment Patent

By Jamie Lennox

Samsung Bioepis has fought back against a bid by Alexion to prevent it from selling a biosimilar version of a patented blood treatment drug by a rival, telling a court that this will not infringe the protections of an AstraZeneca subsidiary over the medicine.

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Garden Screen Co. Says Rival Ripped Off Its Unique Designs

By Alex Baldwin

The owners of a line of allegedly unique garden screens have sued a rival in London court for supposedly copying the designs, which the owners argue are protected by copyright.

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Ex-Yukos Oil Investors Auction Russian Vodka TMs For €1.6M

By Tabitha Burbidge

The former shareholders of Yukos Oil Co. said Monday they have auctioned the Benelux rights to trademarks for 18 Russian vodka brands, including Stolichnaya and Moskovskaya, as they continue their effort to enforce $50 billion in arbitral awards against Russia.

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LITIGATION

IT Co. Has 'Vizst' TM Revoked Over Confusion Risks

By Eddie Beaver

A 3D graphics creator used by BBC and Sky has won its fight to block technology competitor Vizst Technology Ltd. from registering its "Vizst Technology" branding in the U.K., after a British intellectual property authority found consumers would likely confuse it with another brand.

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Visual Aid Tech Biz Wins EPO Appeal For Portable Magnifier

By Tabitha Burbidge

A maker of electronic magnifiers for the visually impaired has convinced a European Union appellate board that its patent for a travel-friendly magnifying device was an invention.

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