Patent & IP news for November 27, 2009

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post image Friday fantasies from

The IPKat can hardly believe how quickly Friday has come around again. Well, before you disappear for a weekend of unrelieved leisure, don't forget to check out all the events listed in the IPKat ...

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post image Same shape, different colour, different trade mark: Dutch court blesses interoperable toy bricks from

From the IPKat's much valued friend and scholar Dirk Visser (Klos Morel Vos & Schaap; Professor of Intellectual Property Law at Leiden University) comes news of last week's decision of the Hoge Raad -- the ...

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post image "Stealing a march": now we know the Bud Questions from

On 20 October the Court of Appeal, England and Wales, decided that in order to resolve one of the more curious disputes between the American and Czech versions of Budweiser for hegemony over all things ...

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post image IP Finance welcomes Anne Fairpo from

The IP Finance team is delighted to welcome Anne Fairpo, who joins the weblog with immediate effect. Anne is a pupil barrister at Atlas Chambers, having previously been a solicitor for more years than she ...

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Pirates, Pirates Everywhere from

Peter Waldkirch is a second year LL.B. student at the University of Ottawa. Utter the words “online copyright infringement” and most people probably think of the mass distribution of popular music on peer-to-peer networks ...

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Obama names Gutmann to chair bioethics panel from

Genetic Engineering and Bioengineering News reports:

President Barack Obama has created a new Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues and appointed Amy Gutmann, president of the University of Pennsylvania, to serve as chair ...

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Cars and patents and Jacob Krippelz from

Of the silliness of Gray/Wegner on counting numbers of patents, the PatentHawk blog has text:

Wegner and Gray get silly over automotive patents. "Does patenting a better muffler help the auto industry? In the ...

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