Patent & IP news for December 13, 2009

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post image Guest Post: Innovation for the 21st Century from

We are very honoured to bring you a guest post from Professor Michael Carrier, a renowned thought leader in IP and competition policy. His post titled "Fostering Innovation by Fixing US Law" captures the central ...

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Poverty in the developing world: Should TRIPs really be repealed? from

Tamsin Thomas is a JD candidate at Osgoode Hall Law School and is taking the Intellectual Property Theory course. In his article, “Some Realism about Indigenism”, Professor Michael Davis argues that TRIPs “is the biggest ...

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ClimateGate: PR disaster or beginning of openness? from

Within Yale Environment 360, one has a discussion of ClimateGate, entitled Climategate: Anatomy of a Public Relations Disaster by one Fred Pearce, described as a freelance author and journalist based in the UK. Mr. Pearce ...

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SJMSOM ready to host 1st IPR Researchers' Confluence from

The Shailesh J. Mehta School of Management (SJMSOM), a part of the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Bombay, is all set to host the 1st Intellectual Property Rights Researchers’ Confluence on December 21 and 22 ...

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"Pay up" says the Delhi High Court-Microsoft hauled up for Forum Shopping from

In a path breaking ruling by the Delhi High Court to curb the menace of forum shopping, Justice S.N.Dhingra ordered software giant Microsoft Corporation to pay about Rs.8,00, 000 for having ...

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Publicity Rights: Sourav Ganguly vs Tata Tea from

An article deals with celebrity rights in India and states as below:

"Taking as an instance the case of Sourav Ganguly v. Tata Tea ltd. wherein Sourav Ganguly who returned form Lords after scoring magnificent ...

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"60 Minutes" features Anthony Atala and regenerative medicine from

"60 Minutes" on 13 Dec. 09 had a piece on regenerative medicine, which began with the work of Dr. Anthony Atala of Wake Forest.

Also featured were Blair Jobe of the McGowan Institute as well ...

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Bridgewater, NJ High School declared safe after bomb threat of 11 Dec 09 from

In a post titled Bridgewater school declared safe after bomb scare arrests , Tanya Drobness of The Newark Star-Ledger reported on Dec. 13:

Three days after Bridgewater-Raritan High School was closed because of a bomb scare ...

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Best Mode at the BPAI from

Ex parte Lin, Appeal No. 2009-4275, Application No. 10/255,216 (BPAI October 30, 2009) The Examiner rejected Lin's patent application for failure to comply with the best mode requirement of 35 USC § 112p1 ...

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