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Self-Harm: Company’s own 102(e) prior art Cancels the Patent

by Dennis Crouch Duncan Parking Techs., Inc. v. IPS Group, Inc. (Fed. Cir. 2019) andIPS Group, Inc. v. Duncan Solutions Inc. (Fed. Cir. 2019) This decision involves parallel appeals from (1) a district court siding with the accused infringer on … Continue reading

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NCL Cancels Norwegian Jade Cruise in San Juan

Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) announced during the evening of Sunday November 18th that is was cancelling the current cruise of the Norwegian Jade due to an unspecified “mechanical issue.” The Jade is currently is San Juan, Puerto Rico during the third … Continue reading

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Chinese Passengers Stage Strange Protest after Fog Cancels Cruise

The South China Morning Post reports that Chinese cruise passengers aboard Norwegian Cruise Line's Norwegian Joy staged a protest aboard the NCL ship after fog resulted in the cancellation of the cruise from Shanghai.     The newspaper reports that the … Continue reading

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CMS Cancels Another Pending CMS Innovation Project: the Direct Decision Support (DDS) Model

CMS will not proceed with its planned Direct Decision Support (DDS) innovation model “due to operational and technical issues with the proposed Model design.” When this model was announced in December 2016, it was expected to test a shared decision-making approach … Continue reading

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Carnival Triumph Cancels Cruise Due to "Technical" Problems

The Carnival Triumph joined the club of cruise ships which have suffered propulsion problems this year. There have been fourteen such problems this year alone. The Triumph arrived late back at the port of New Orleans on Thursday due to what … Continue reading

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