This week in Other Barks & Bites: A federal jury awards $83.4 million in damages to the University of Washington for Guardant Health’s infringement of their duplex sequencing technology; Google files a lawsuit against a group that fraudulently filed DMCA claims against its competitors; the U.S. Supreme Court publishes its first-ever code of conduct after months of public pressure; and the Copyright Office pushes back its deadline for comments on its artificial intelligence (AI) Notice of Inquiry.
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