Patent & IP news for September 5, 2009

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"Citizens United": like patent reform, you need a scorecard from

Bill Moyers' Journal on 4 Sept 09 had a debate of sorts between Trevor Potter and Floyd Abrams over issues surrounding Citizens United v. The Federal Election Commission, which has grown from a limited question ...

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America's oldest newspaper apologizes for plagiarism from

On 4 Sept. 09, Richard J. Graziano CEO, President & Publisher of the Hartford Courant, apologized for recent plagiarism by the Hartford Courant, noting in part:

In short, after an extensive internal review, we have determined ...

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Criminalizing patent infringement? from

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In letter to Lord Mandelson, Trevor Baylis argued that criminalizing patent theft would divert lawsuits from the expensive civil system and give lone inventors access to financial support from the State.

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Patent Office rejected Tenofovir: Celebrating Opporunity for Generic Manufacturers? from

Tenofovir Disoproxil Fumarate (TDF) is a drug highly recommended by the World Health Organisation (WHO) for the treatment of HIV/AIDS. Till date, the medicine has been mostly marketed by Indian pharmaceutical companies through a ...

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