Patent & IP news for May 15, 2010

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post image Judge Michel – Economy Recovery Requires Strong Patent System from

Judge Paul Michel has an excellent article in JPTOS.  Judge Michel first explains that economy and a well functioning patent system are connect.

The primary engine of American recovery and resurgence will therefore have to ...

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post image Guest Post: Delhi High Court over-turns IPAB order - grants T-Series trademark registration from

Avni Chari, one of our regular guest bloggers, has sent us this interesting post, analyzing the recent Delhi High Court decision over-turning the IPAB's decision in the case of T-Series v. TELCO. While T-series ...

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post image The Napkin of Death from

Esquel Enterprises filed a DJ against TAL Apparel over 5,568,779, claiming methods of making garment seams that reduce pucker. A finding of inequitable conduct, and attorneys fees award was reversed on appeal. On ...

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post image CAFC Grants En Banc Rehearing of Tivo, Dish Patent Dispute from

The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit yesterday announced that they would take up the matter of Tivo, Inc. v. EchoStar Corp. en banc. The earlier panel decision, which was issued on ...

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post image Letter from AmeriKat I: Patents (Microsoft, HTC, Bilski) from

Last weekend readers may have noticed a slightly auspicious absence of the AmeriKat. The AmeriKat prides her reputation on ensuring that she delivers reports on the latest and greatest of that week's US IP ...

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

Judge Wood slams LimeWire: Last Wednesday Federal Judge Kimba Wood of the Southern District of New York delivered her summary judgment against peer-to-pee network, Limewire and its founder Mark Gorton, in the copyright infringement case ...

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Gene Patenting CLE from

The Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPO) will offer a one-hour webinar entitled: "The Gene Uncertainty: What to Do After Myriad" on Tuesday, May 25, 2010 beginning at 2:00 PM (EST). The IPO webinar will ...

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C5 Maximising Pharmaceutical Patent Life Cycles Conference from

C5 (UK) will be holding its 9th Annual International Maximising Pharmaceutical Patent Life Cycles conference on June 23-24, 2010 in London, England. The conference will provide insights on: • How to profit from the latest regulatory ...

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USPTO Announces Agenda for Next BCP Customer Partnership Meeting from

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has announced the agenda for the next biotechnology/chemical/pharmaceutical (BCP) customer partnership meeting to be held on June 1, 2010. The proposed agenda is as follows: Morning ...

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Cronkite, Muskie, and Rollins College in 1969 from

YahooNews obtained, through FOIA, some redacted FBI documents relating to Walter Cronkite, and the anti-war movement in 1969:

[Redacted] told group he had been to CBS Channel Six in Orlando prior to meeting to speak ...

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CAFC Mann case interprets "exclusive licensee with all substantial rights" from

In Mann v. Cochlear, the CAFC addressed the issue of whether a licensor retained enough rights under an exclusive license agreement to have standing to sue an infringer. The CAFC found the licensor (AMF) did ...

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Gina Kolata: past and present from

In his 14 May 2010 post on WN, Bob Park writes of NYT person Gina Kolata: On Tuesday in the New York Times Gina Kolata, who is a good writer

In the year 2007, author ...

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Law & Order: tort fable? from

An article Why We'll Miss 'Law & Order' includes text:

But the true secret of the show's appeal is that it's not a crime show at all. It's a fable about the ...

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Proposals To Be Adopted By EU Council On Trade Mark Reform Under Fire from

On May 12, 2010,  the General Secretariat of the EU Council has sent Document 9412/10 titled Future revision of the trade mark system in the European Union - Adoption of Council conclusions to the EU ...

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