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post image A "Spurious" Definition: Need to Amend the Drug and Cosmetics Act from

As many of you know, the latest amendment to the Drugs and Cosmetics Act came into force on August 10, 2009 vide Central Government notification no. S.O.2076(E). This bill was first introduced ...

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post image Letter from AmeriKat: Part 1 (patents) from

Matt Power’s l’esprit de l’escalier

The Amerikat’s week probably has been just like yours; everything the usual lawyer’s week entails including conferences with barristers, drafting letters, and finding the “un-findable ...

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Patent applications from prison? from

IPBiz has discussed the matter of Jonathan Nyce previously. [22 Jan 2006: The Bayh-Dole Act and murder [the case of Jonathan Nyce]].

IPBiz noticed two patent applications, filed in 2008 and published in 2009, from ...

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Are You Neglecting the Power of Defensive Publications? from

One of the most important lessons I learned about intellectual asset strategy during my time as Corporate Patent Strategist at Kimberly-Clark Corporation was the value of aggressive defensive publications. IBM, one of the world's ...

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How Computer-Automated Inventing is Revolutionizing Law from

This post is long over due, and quite frankly it is because I thought I had already posted it several months ago. As I am getting back into the swing of things and gearing up ...

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