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Praluent Sales to Resume as Sanofi, Regeneron Win New Infringement Trial

By Tom McParland |

A federal appeals court on Thursday ordered a new trial in a high-profile patent infringement dispute over Sanofi's drug Praluent and lifted a permanent injunction barring sales of the biologic, used to fight high cholesterol.


Smith Wants Stay Lifted in Oil Drilling Patent Row With Baker Hughes

By Tom McParland |

Oilfield-services company Smith International Inc. is asking a federal judge in Delaware to lift a stay on its patent infringement suit against rival Baker Hughes Inc., arguing that Baker Hughes was taking advantage of long delays for inter partes review in the case.

Prisoner's Lawsuit Targets Markell, Alleging Abuses Led to Uprising

By Tom McParland |

Current and former state officials created a "toxic" environment that led to abuses in the prison, both before—and in the eight months since—the deadly takeover of the Smyrna facility, lawyers for an inmate at James T. Vaughn Correctional Center's C Building said in a new federal court filing on Oct. 5.

Delaware Combats Claims of Contractor Bias in Unclaimed Property Challenge

By Tom McParland |

A private sector firm lacks critical decision-making authority in audits that it conducts on behalf of Delaware, officials said Thursday as they wrapped up briefing in a renewed effort to dismiss a constitutional challenge to the state's system for collecting unclaimed property.