Patent & IP news for April 17, 2010

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post image To review or not to review: Can the Central Government review the grant of a patent under Section 66 of the Patent Act, 1970? from

Admist the entire controversy of frivolous patents being granted to innovator companies the Controller General of Patents recently made the following statement to the press: “At the present law, there is no provision to review ...

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post image SpicyIP Tidbits: OPPI responds to the IPA's claims of frivilous patenting by its member companies from

The Organization of Pharmaceutical Producers of India (OPPI), a consortium of 'research based' pharmaceutical companies has finally issued a statement in response to the plans of the Indian Pharmaceutical Alliance (IPA's) to oppose the ...

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PRG Looks at the Future of Patent Law from

Patent Resources Group (PRG) will be offering a one-day conference on "The Future of U.S. Patent Law: An In-Depth Discussion on the Congress, the Courts, and the USPTO" on June 11, 2010 from 9 ...

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C5 Freedom to Operate Forum from

C5 (UK) will be holding its 7th International Forum on Freedom to Operate on May 26-27, 2010 in Munich, Germany. The conference will provide practical advice on the biggest challenges facing freedom to operate (FTO ...

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NUJS IP Podcasts and Presentations from

Thanks to the painstaking work of Sroyon Mukherjee a research associate with the NUJS IP Chair, some of the IP talks held at NUJS are now available for wider public consumption as below:

1. Graham ...

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Guest post: Lights, Camera, ACTA(ion) from

Continuing from his previous guest post, Amlan Mohanty brings us a follow up post on the ACTA, attempts at harmonization, and using New Zealand's example to oppose certain measures at the international level.

The ...

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"Crash Dummies" survive CDM collision from

William C. Rooklidge defended Mattel in a trademark challenge
brought by The Crash Dummy Movie, LLC.

The issue in the case came from a failure to file by Mattel:

While Mattel was developing new toys ...

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CAFC affirms ED Va in Verizon case from

The substantial evidence standard appears at various places in the opinion for Verizon v.
Cox Fibernet.

infringement is a question of fact, reviewed for substantial evidence when tried to a jury.
Lucent Techs., Inc. v ...

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