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post image Delhi High Court rules on 'deemed abandonments' by the Patent Office under Section 21 from

The Delhi High Court while disposing a writ petition in the recent case of Telefonaltiebolaget LM Ericsson v. Union of India once again reminded the Patent Office the true scope and impact of 'deemed abandonments ...

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GW Law Symposium on Intellectual Property from

The George Washington University Law School (with Howrey LLP and Cornerstone Research) will be holding its second annual Law Symposium on Intellectual Property on May 11, 2010 on The George Washington University Law School, at ...

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Guest Post: Waxing Lyricial on Royalties - An Analysis of the Author-Centric Amendments Proposed to the Indian Copyright Act from

I'm pleased to bring to you yet another fascinating guest post from Nikhil Krishnamurthy, Senior Partner of Krishnamurthy & Co. on the proposed author-centric amendments proposed to the Copyright Act, 1957.
To provide a very ...

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SpicyIP Tidbit: Delhi HC Refuses Interim Injunction against Ranbaxy from

Earlier this week, it was reported in the Economic Times that the Delhi High Court has refused US pharma major Bristol-Myers Squibb’s application for interim injunction against Ranbaxy for launching a generic version of ...

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Five Common Intellectual Property-Related Mistakes Made By Small High-Tech Companies (Part 5 of 5) from

No. 5: You Call Your IP Attorney Too Late! My last of the top five is an easy one to comprehend: Call your IP lawyer sooner, rather than later! And “sooner” means before signing a ...

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Intellectual property profs batting below the Mendoza line? from

In baseball, the Mendoza Line is said to occur at a batting average of .200, and when a position player's batting average falls below that level, the player is said to be below the ...

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Plagiarism of a misquotation? from

The act of plagiarism comprises copying the text of another without attribution. One has a different issue when one attributes text to a person who said no such thing. In the realm of patent law ...

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HR people need to be up to speed on IP issues: Bimbo Bakeries from

Human Resource Executive Online has a piece about the lawsuit involving an executive who left Bimbo Bakeries [see prior IPBiz piece Bimbo Bakeries goes after former exec on secrets of Thomas' English Muffins]

The piece ...

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LA Times follows up on Sikes' Toyota Prius story from

In a piece --Runaway Prius driver: What should happen next? --, an LA Times blog piece asks:

Whichever side you choose, should Sikes face any consequences if the investigation proves his story was in fact a ...

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"It's New Jersey" from

Back in 2006, Vai Sikahema concluded his piece "Rutgers is Wrong" with the simple words: Well, it's New Jersey. Philly channel 10 deleted all reference to "Rutgers is Wrong" shortly thereafter, and IPBiz started ...

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Enzo Biochem, Inc. v. Applera Corp. from

The court discussed indefiniteness in this case at some length in this decision. (It also discussed the district court’s granting of summary judgment of anticipation.)

The patents were directed toward “various techniques for labeling ...

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