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Lehigh Valley International Airport to Feature Caesar Rivise, PC Client’s COVID-Destroying LifeAire Systems Air Purification System

Posted on Apr 14, 2022 in Blog

As part of a $29 million infrastructure project involving the creation of a new Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Checkpoint, Lehigh Valley International Airport (ABE) will be installing Caesar Rivise client LifeAire Systems’ air purification system  in the Summer of 2022.

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Caesar Rivise, PC Client’s COVID-Destroying LifeAire Systems Installed in Carbon County Hospital

Posted on Oct 15, 2021 in Blog

St. Luke’s University Health Network (SLUHN) has installed Caesar Rivise client LifeAire Systems’ air purification technology throughout patient areas at the new Carbon County campus opening this fall.

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Patented Technology of Caesar Rivise, PC Client LifeAire Systems Removes COVID-19 from Air

Posted on Mar 26, 2020 in Articles

LifeAire Systems, a leader in air purification for healthcare, was featured in the March 24, 2020 issue of […]

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Arbitration Basics Presentation at Lehigh University by James J. Kozuch

Posted on Aug 12, 2019 in Blog

Caesar Rivise Attorney James J. Kozuch was a guest presenter on “Arbitration Basics” to a class of M.Eng. […]

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CR Client LifeAire Systems’ Patented System Used by Top Fertility Lab in U.S.

Posted on Sep 18, 2017 in Blog

LifeAire Systems, a leader in air purification for healthcare, announced that the in vitro fertilization (IVF) program with the highest live-birth rate for women under 35 according to 2015 data uses LifeAire’s patented Aire~IVF® System.

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Supreme Court Rules Unconstitutional Disparagement Clause of Lanham Act

Posted on Jun 20, 2017 in Blog

The Supreme Court ruled on June 19, 2017 that the United States Patent and Trademark Office may no longer refuse to register a mark because it is disparaging. The Decision in Matal v Tam No. 15-1293 was unanimous that Section 1052(a) of the Lanham Act was unconstitutional as a violation of the Free Speech Clause.

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U.S. Supreme Court Opinion Should Speed the Launch of Biosimilars

Posted on Jun 14, 2017 in Blog

The U.S. Supreme Court on June 12, 2017 issued an opinion in the consolidated cases of Sandoz Inc. v. Amgen Inc. et al. and Amgen Inc. et al. v. Sandoz Inc. which should result in more competition in the biologicals market more quickly.

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The Supreme Court Affirms the First Sale and Exhaustion Doctrine

Posted on Jun 1, 2017 in Blog

On May 30, the Supreme Court in Impression Products v Lexmark International, Inc. in a 7-1 opinion written by Justice Roberts ruled that “once a patentee decides to sell-whether on its own or through a licensee, that sale exhausts its patent rights, regardless of any post-sale restrictions the patentee purports to impose, either directly or through a license.”

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Raising “Laches” (Delay) as a Defense to Patent Infringement Has Now Been Delayed

Posted on May 31, 2017 in Blog

In the recent Supreme Court case, SCA Hygiene Products Aktiebolag, et al. v. First Quality Baby Products, LLC , 137 S. Ct. 954 (2017), the Court ruled that a laches defense to a patent infringement damages is not permitted when the suit is filed within six years of the term set forth in 35 U.S.C. §286.

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TC Heartland Will Shift More Litigation To The District of Delaware

Posted on May 25, 2017 in Blog

On Monday, May 22, 2017, the Supreme Court issued a unanimous decision in TC Heartland LLC v. Kraft Food Group Brands LLC, drastically changing where patent infringement cases can be litigated in the United States.

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