This week in Other Barks & Bites: former Federal Circuit Chief Judge Randall Rader urges inventors to pursue changes to flawed Federal Circuit case law; Federal Circuit Chief Judge Kimberly Moore opines that the patent dispute between Apple and VirnetX may never end during oral arguments; Tesla seeks relief from Texas property taxes to build the first lithium refining plant in North America; Teva files a reply brief with the Supreme Court asking the nation’s highest court to review the Federal Circuit’s ruling that Teva’s skinny label actively induced infringement of GlaxoSmithKline patents; the Journalism Competition and Preservation Act meets heavy resistance during a Senate Judiciary Committee markup meeting; the Eleventh Circuit overturns a default judgment in a copyright case for improper service of an amended complaint; and the Senate IP Subcommittee holds an oversight hearing of the U.S. Copyright Office. 

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