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Jury’s view of damages too high

Last Friday the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in D.C. affirmed a jury verdict that Microsoft’s Outlook software and two other products infringed ...

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post image The Doctrine of Equivalents: An International and Comparative Perspective from

The Yale Journal of Law and Technology recently published an article in memory of the late Sir Nicholas Pumfrey, who unfortunately passed away at the fag end of 2007. A gregarious judge who had a ...

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post image A question in trademark from

In a previous post, IPBiz mentioned the appearance of the Party Dolls at Duke Island Park on 28 June 09. This is how they appeared:

Fast forward to 12 September 2009, with the location Veterans ...

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post image Motorola, Handsets and Branding: A Cliq and a Coda from

Almost by telepathy, just about the very moment on Friday that I was publishing my post--"Can Branding Save Motorola's Handset Business"--, CNET News was publishing an article written by Tom Krazit, also dated ...

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Plagiarism and the firing of UN-Reno professor from

In a story about the firing of a University of Nevada-Reno professor, one finds the text:

But in a three-page letter, Glick agreed with the committee’s finding that Hussein plagiarized from his graduate students ...

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Une entreprise d’Antigua relance le débat sur la mise en application de la rétorsion croisée prévue par l’Accord de l’OMC sur les ADPIC from

Un site Internet proposant de la musique et des films en téléchargement illimité pour un prix dérisoire cherche à tirer profit d’une décision d’arbitrage prise en 2007 par l’Organisation mondiale du commerce ...

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Fed. Cir. Chops Back $358M Lucent Verdict; Gives Clinic on "Patent Damages Apportionment" from

Lucent Technologies, Inc. v. Gateway, Inc., No. 08-1485 (Sept. 11, 2009)

Microsoft appealed the lower court's findings and jury verdict of $358M against Microsoft Corp. for use of its “pop-up calendar” in Microsoft Outlook ...

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Hal Wegner, You Now Have My Full Attention from

I guess I have finally made the big time! Earlier today Hal Wegner’s e-mail newsletter was passed along to me by someone who is a subscriber to his list. If what I was sent ...

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Consumer Privacy Jeopardized by DPI Technology from

In response to the complaint against Bell Sympatico (Bell) by the Canadian Internet policy and Public Interest Clinic, based at the University of Ottawa, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner produced a report of findings ...

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