Patent & IP news for November 24, 2009

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post image Wednesday whimsies from

Happy midweek, everyone! As the count-down to the weekend begins, the Kats remain busy enough, gathering up some choice offerings for you and trying their very best to come up with some fresh insights

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post image Delay no bar to an account of profits, rules Hefty court from

IP Finance thanks John Smith for drawing the attention of this weblog to the recent ruling in Intellectual Property Development Corporation Pty Ltd and Hefty NZ Ltd v Primary Distributors New Zealand Ltd, D. J ...

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post image SpicyIP Scholar: IJLT-CIS essay competition on the interface between law and technology from

We have recently been informed that the Indian Journal of Law and Technology (IJLT), the flagship law and tech journal from the National Law School of India University, has announced an essay competition that is ...

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One (Almost) Happy Multi-stakeholder Family At The Annual Internet Governance Forum from

If you don't count China, it was difficult to find people speaking against an extension of the non-decision-making Internet Governance Forum (IGF) of the United Nations at last week's gathering. An overwhelming majority ...

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"Eight notable instances of false advertising" from

IPBiz has given incidents of false advertising, including California's campaign for Proposition 71. gives eight
notable examples of false advertising, with culprits including Target, Dell, and Nike.

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Trademark in "Bimbo ...

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Ten Year Delay And Silence Trigger Laches But Not Equitable Estoppel from

Defendant was sufficiently prejudiced by plaintiff's ten year delay in filing suit to trigger laches. "If [plaintiff] had claimed that [defendant] infringed the . . . Patent in the 1990s, [defendant] would have stopped producing [the accused ...

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Patently-O Bits and Bytes from

Michael Smith reviews E.D. Texas patent trial verdicts for 2009 (thus far). Depending upon how you count, the score ranges "from 8-3-1 to 6-6-1 (depend[ing] on whether you count a post-jury selection grant ...

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IPW Chairs IP Law European Summit from

Intellectual Property Watch Director and Editor-in-Chief William New will chair the IP Law European Summit 2009 being held this week in Montreux, Switzerland. The 25-27 November event will include intellectual property and licensing counsel for ...

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EU Telecom Package To Enter Into Force In December from

The European Parliament today formally approved an update to European telecommunications rules aimed at enforcing consumer rights and supporting a single European market. But the change might also leave the door open for legislation restricting ...

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PLI Update: Pharmaceutical and Biotech Patent Law from

In this release, the authors (Kaye Scholer LLP’s Patent Group) update and expand Pharmaceutical and Biotech Patent Law with new discussion of many topics, including double patenting, inequitable conduct, product by process claims, attorneys ...

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Bilski Decision Likely To Narrow Patentable Subject Matter In US, Panel Says from

For years, the United States has taken an expansive position on the types of inventions that are patentable. Software, medical tests, and business methods - for example - have all been granted patents. But that is likely ...

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Honorable Mention: Gene Therapy Double Helix Health Care from

Inventors Digest held a youth innovation essay contest, in part to celebrate National Inventors Month, last August. The four winning essays are at The magazine received and reviewed some 400 essays from across ...

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Patents big time on NCIS-Los Angeles from

The victim on the Nov. 24 episode of NCIS - Los Angeles was making money big time from "submarine patents." No not that kind: patents related to real submarines.

The murderer worked at a law firm ...

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