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FCBA Webcast on Trade Secrets from

The Corporate Counsel Committee of the Federal Circuit Bar Association (FCBA) will be offering a webcast entitled "Trade Secrets -- A Primer For Practitioners" on December 4, 2015 from 12:00 to 1:00 pm (EST ...

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Webinar on Use of Provisional Patent Applications from

Technology Transfer Tactics will be offering a webinar entitled "Optimal Use of Provisional Patent Applications: Best Practices and Pitfalls to Avoid" on December 10, 2015 from 1:00 to 2:00 pm (Eastern). Timothy Lohse ...

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Webinar on Section 102 and Prior Art from

Strafford will be offering a webinar/teleconference entitled "Section 102 and Prior Art: Navigating the Expanded Scope of Prior Art and AIA Exceptions" on December 17, 2015 from 1:00 to 2:30 pm (EST ...

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IP Osgoode Speaks Series Video: Dr. Matthew Rimmer from

IP Osgoode would like to thank everyone who attended Dr. Matthew Rimmer’s lecture entitled “The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Copyright Law, the Creative Industries, and Internet Freedom” on October 8, 2015 at Osgoode Hall Law School ...

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post image Rovi v Virgin: It's all a matter of construction from

Identification or information signals
go unnoticed by the AmeriKat"Interactive special events video signal navigation system".  If those collection of words don't get you excited, then you probably have not been following the Rovi ...

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The Internet of Things: Guidance, Regulation and the Canadian Approach from

The re-posting of this article is part of a cross-posting agreement with CyberLex. The Internet of Things (IoT) has been identified as a disruptive technology, bringing with it both the promise of seamless interconnectivity of ...

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Compromise Future Work Plan Adopted For WIPO Committee On Enforcement from

The World Intellectual Property Organization committee on enforcement concluded yesterday with an agreement on the future work of the committee. The adoption of this programme was heavily discussed during the week, reflecting the different approaches ...

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New Text For Proposed WIPO Broadcasting Treaty Now Available from

The chair of the World Intellectual Property Organization copyright committee has issued a new consolidated text on definitions, what should be protected, and the rights to be granted to broadcasters. The text comes in the ...

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Looking back over this GreeKat shoulder… Part I: Thou shall plain pack no matter what you sell from

One of the advantages of being part of the lively IP blogosphere is the opportunity to discuss with good friends and colleagues what’s keeping them busy, what alarms them and what they are looking ...

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PatLit: the patent litigation weblog from

When I founded this blog with some colleagues from Olswang LLP back in 2008, principally as a means of lobbying for reform of the England and Wales Patents County Court, I had no idea that ...

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CAFC in Straight Path IP Group addresses the meaning of the word "is" from

The CAFC wrote of the Straight Path PTAB decision:

Straight Path IP Group, Inc. owns U.S. Patent No.
6,108,704, entitled “Point-to-Point Internet Protocol,”
which describes certain protocols for establishing communication
links through ...

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post image IP and Your Thanksgiving Dinner from

Today, we provide you some fodder to discuss at your Thanksgiving table. Why not share some of this knowledge with your family and friends? Julie Langdon

Today, we provide you some fodder to discuss at ...

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Plaintiff’s Failure to Seek Increase in Number of Asserted Claims Justifies Dismissal of Unasserted Claims With Prejudice from

The court granted defendants' motion to dismiss, with prejudice, all claims and counterclaims regarding four patents that were no longer at issue after plaintiff was ordered to reduce the number of its asserted claims. "[Plaintiff ...

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Follow-Up: Professor Chien’s More Nuanced Arguments from

Following my discussion of Professor Colleen Chien’s WSJ essay on “ignoring patent demand letters, Professor Chien pointed me back to her 2014 article titled Holding Up and Holding Out that served as the basis ...

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