Patent & IP news for January 10, 2010

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post image Letter from AmeriKat II - Bits 'n Bobs from

• Microsoft asks for a rehearing in i4i - On 22 December 2009, the three judge panel of the US Court of Appeals upheld the lower court order banning Microsoft from selling its patent-infringing Word processing software ...

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post image Design Patent Application Pendency from

The USPTO continues to process design patent applications without delay. The first chart below shows the average pendency of design patent applications grouped by their month of issuance. (Because design patent applications are not published ...

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Restaurant Technologies (RTI) sued Jersey Shore Chicken for infringing 5,249,511, which claims a system for supplying and disposing of cooking oil in restaurant fryers. If RTI had a good prosecutor, the patent wouldn ...

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post image An Anlysis of IP Licensing: The Empirical Challenge from

Research on IP licensing tends to be of two types--either anecdotal or empirical. The strength of each is also its weakness. Anecdotal research, while it drills down into the specifics of a given licensing situation ...

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post image Banyan Tree spreading its roots: Karnataka High Court on Jurisdiction from

A recent order passed by a Single Judge Bench of the Karnataka High Court has reinforced and strengthened the Banyan Tree ruling pertaining to jurisdictional issues in matters of trademark infringement. We are lucky to ...

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Indigenous Research In india: Where Do We Stand? from

I was reading this informative article titled “The Missing Scientists” by Shyamal Majumdar, former resident editor of the Financial Express, in the Business Standard which restates what has been said in the relevant circles for ...

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CBS Sunday Morning on 10 Jan 2010 had a lead story titled The Wellspring of American Creativity and sub-titled Will Innovation Ever Be in Short Supply?

No, the word "patent" does not appear in the ...

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LA Times editorial opposes Myriad position in BRCA case on policy grounds from

The gist of the Los Angeles Times editorial is that the position of Myriad should be opposed on POLICY grounds:

The public clearly benefits from the investments that private companies make in genetic research. But ...

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Drug Molecules Going Off Patent in 2010 from

This year at least 20 odd drug molecules will be going off-patent in the United States including (1) Merck’s anti-hypertension molecule Losartan, active ingredient of Cozaar and Hyzaar franchise, (2) Eisai’s anti-dementia molecule ...

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