Both The European And Australian Patents Offer Protection Through 2030.

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The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has issued patent number 9,549,899 covering ARYMO ER (morphine sulfate) extended-release tablets for oral use only CII developed using Egalet's proprietary Guardian Technology. It is the second U.S. patent covering ARYMO ER. The patent offers protection through 2033 and is listed in the Orange Book. European patent number 2393487 has been issued to Egalet and offers protection of products developed using Guardian Technology. Also issued is Australian patent number 2015200243. It is the third in a patent family. Both the European and Australian patents offer protection through 2030. Canadian patent number 2,751,667 also was issued and covers Guardian Technology's immediate-release system designed to slow the release of the active pharmaceutical ingredient in the presence of alcohol.

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Shifting Gears While California is loosening its rules, some observers do not like the turn-around on self-certification. The DMV had previously required a special permit for the self-driving car. "I question the wisdom of self-certification, especially with players that are not as sophisticated," said Ryan Calo, a University of Washington professor who teaches robot law. "I think it would be wiser to have third parties audit the technology." Addressing some concerns about product integrity, the DMV will prohibit manufacturers from deceptive advertising about self-driving vehicles. A manufacture may not advertise in a way that a "reasonably prudent person" would be misled to believe that a vehicle is autonomous. Also, the DMV has not changed its attitude about Uber's self-driving cars . Not Too, Uber Uber had tested its self-driving cars in San Francisco, but the DMV banned them in December. The agency said the cars required a special permit, so Suite 1500 the company moved its operations to Arizona the next day. "California may not want you; but AZ does!" Arizona Governor Doug Ducey said on Twitter. The new rule says that passengers may hail an autonomous car in California, but only if they don't have to pay for the ride. Apparently, the agency is watching out for those privileged people who want to command their autonomous cars to pick them up.