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Other Barks & Bites for Friday, April 30: Brazil Senate Passes COVID-19 Patent Waiver Bill, Cornyn Mulls Expanding ITC’s Section 337 Authority; China Says It Leads World in 6G Patent Applications

This week in Other Barks & Bites: the full Senate Judiciary Committee approves the IDEA Act, moving it towards a Senate floor vote; China’s IP administration issues statistics purporting to show that the country leads in global patent applications for 6G networking technologies; the Federal Circuit affirms an ITC ruling against Bio-Rad over that company’s arguments that it was a co-inventor of patents asserted by 10X Genomics; AG Pitruzzella tells the CJEU that PDO products should be protected against all forms of commercial parasitism; the European Commission increases antitrust pressure against Apple for abusing its market-dominant position in app stores; the Copyright Office issues an NPRM for expediting copyright registrations for works involved in claims or counterclaims in front of the Copyright Claims Board; and Brazil’s Senate passes a bill setting a framework for COVID-19 patent waivers for consideration by the lower house of Brazil’s Congress.

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