Patent & IP news for August 8, 2009

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post image Rigging Data: IPR's and the IMPACT of Counterfeits from

There's no dearth of counterfeiting and piracy data. And the figures escalate year after year. Naturally these figures are followed up with clarion calls to have more aggressive IPR enforcement. And often times, these ...

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post image IIT alums lead the way in incubating ideas from

A new project of the PanIIT Alumni India to promote innovation in India may be just the right push needed to bring the achievements of budding inventors and innovators to fruition.

EFY Times reports that ...

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post image Are You Certain You Don't Have Coverage for the IP Dispute? from

Once, a long, long time ago in a legal practice far, far away, I represented, for a brief time, the interests of Guess? in litigation against Jordache.  Many years after I'd left the firm ...

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post image SpicyIP Tidbits: E-book on Evolving Contours of GIs from

There is growing awareness in India of geographical indications as a separate form of intellectual property, even if there is constant mis-reporting of GIs as patents, trademarks, etc., which we will continue to berate here ...

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David Kappos Confirmed as USPTO Director from

With no notice to the public, and after the Senate was reported to have adjourned for their August recess, on Friday, August 7, 2009, David Kappos was confirmed as Undersecretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property ...

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ITC Ends Rothschild LED Patent Infringement Investigation Against Xiamen from

In a previous post, I wrote about the U.S. International Trade Commission’s (ITC) investigation of six companies based in China and Taiwan, prompted by a complaint by retired Columbia University Professor and LED ...

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Patents, and the assassination of President Lincoln from

The military trial of those involved in the assassination of President Lincoln was presided over by Judge Advocate General Joseph Holt. Holt, a Southerner from Kentucky and a lawyer, supported James Buchanan in the presidential ...

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