Patent & IP news for April 10, 2010

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Close-call patent litigation cases are not unusual, but many are exercises in denial. In this episode, Bid for Position bid for dumb doggedness over 7,225,151, which claims a method for conducting a continuous ...

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As German national this Kat cannot cast her vote in the upcoming UK General Election but she is, of course, following the news. Sometimes, the UK is really rather similar to good ol' Germany - as ...

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Biosimilars CLE from

The Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPO) will offer a one-hour webinar entitled: "Bio-Similars: The New Litigation Landscape" on Thursday, April 22, 2010 beginning at 2:00 PM (EST). The IPO webinar will provide an overview ...

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A look back at iPS: "they could have caught up in a flash" from

Appearing in a comment thread on the Sticklen plagiarism matter is a post about stem cells.

Towards a Balanced View on iPS Cells (Logical Biology 8 (1):32-38, 2008; LINK

Stem cells: 5 things to ...

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An “Exceptional” Result for an Accused Infringer from

The patent laws hold out the hope of an award of attorneys’ fees to the prevailing party, but that hope can only be realized at the end of the case—after a lot of money ...

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Ahead of the times? from

Ahead of the times?

I had an opinion piece in the Finance section of the Irish Times back in January. It was intended to be mildly provocative to stimulate debate. I have heard that there ...

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Inventor Dean Kamen Makes New Prosthetic Arm from

Many US Soldiers have recently lost limbs in service and look to Dean Kamen to design a prosthetic arm that will make their lives less of a struggle.

"A few years ago I was visited ...

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