Other Barks & Bites for Friday, September 23: Thaler Seeks Rehearing of CAFC Decision on DABUS AI, the Solicitor General Urges SCOTUS to Deny Cert in Amgen, and FTC Orders Amazon’s Jassy and Bezos to Testify in Prime Investigation

This week in Other Barks & Bites: the Journalism Protection and Competition Act moves out of the Senate Judiciary Committee with a content moderation amendment securing Republican support; the U.S. Solicitor General files a brief with the U.S. Supreme Court recommending denial of a petition for writ of certiorari in Amgen; the Federal Trade Commission tells Amazon that it hasn’t shown that demands for testimony from CEO Andy Jassy and founder Jeff Bezos are unduly burdensome; Ford announces that it has broken ground on its $5.6 billion BlueOval City campus outside of Memphis; the Court of Federal Claims affirms a Section 101 invalidation of Audio Evolution Diagnostics’ patent claims; the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board finds no clear and convincing evidence of an earlier priority date in a cancellation proceeding on the mark “Happiest Hour”; and Stephen Thaler files a petition for rehearing at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in his ongoing attempts to have DABUS AI recognized as an inventor under U.S. law. Read More

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