Patent & IP news for August 1, 2009

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post image 23 client engagements 25 countries July 2009 insights from Duncan Bucknell Company from

Firstly, thanks to our clients who involved us in 23 exciting engagements across around 25 countries in July 2009.  Clients we worked with this month were based across the usual North America, Europe, India and ...

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ACI Maximizing Pharmaceutical Patent Lifecycles Conference from

American Conference Institute (ACI) will be holding its 10th Maximizing Pharmaceutical Patent Lifecycles on October 7-8, 2009 in New York, NY. The conference will allow attendees to: • See how a new global legal paradigm for ...

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IP Dispute Could Threaten Skype from

Online auction site eBay, the owner of popular, proprietary voice-over-internet protocol software Skype, has warned that the service might not continue if it loses an intellectual property dispute with Joltid, the company from which it ...

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Chester Carlson: the inventor did know best from

The "good news" about the TechDirt post titled Why Segway Failed To Reshape The World: Focused On Invention, Rather Than Innovation is that Mike Masnick sees that invention and innovation aren't the same thing ...

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BU grad student hit for $875K for illegal downloads from

In a case heard before a jury and presided over by U.S. District Judge Nancy Gertner in D Mass, Boston University grad student Joel Tenenbaum was ordered to pay $875,000 for illegal downloading ...

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The patent world of iPS (stem cells): Yamanaka, Bayer, and iZumi from

Note to californiastemcellreport:

A question a California taxpayer might ask is "how" has CIRM improved the life of average folks in California? You seem to say financing (ie spending money) and training are justifications. What ...

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Court: Yellow Beans Are Just Yellow Beans from

In a combined proceeding in which a third person sought re-examination of an issued patent (Re-examination No. 90/005,892) and the patentee sought re-issue of the patent to broaden the claims, the United States ...

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The Fate of the Rosiglitazone Patents: Far From Rosy? from

Recently, a colleague of mine asserted that till date, GSK had obtained only one pharmaceutical product patent in India! Given that GSK has the largest sales in India (of all the MNC's operating within ...

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