This week: the COVID-19 pandemic causes USPTO and Copyright Office to extend deadlines while the FCC embarks on a pair of telehealth and connected care initiatives to support health care providers; Europe’s highest court finds Amazon isn’t liable for trademark infringing by storing infringing goods from third-party sellers; Tesla forecasts 500,000 car deliveries in 2020 after beat analyst expectations on sales for the first quarter; a Stanford Law paper co-authored by Mark Lemley shows outsized negative impacts of Supreme Court’s Alice ruling on startups and individual inventors; Zoom announces massive increase in its daily meeting participant numbers; USPTO announces plans to expand its Law School Clinic Certification Program; and Canada passes emergency legislation for coronavirus response giving government the authority to compel manufacturing of any patented technology. 

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