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post image IP Strategist on the Radio: 2 Recent Interviews from

IP Strategist on the radio!

As my consulting practice becomes ever more busy, blogging must be relegated to times when client work is not pressing–that ever-elusive free time.  But now that Summer is here ...

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post image Interview with White House "IP Czar," Victoria Espinel from

Following up on our earlier post regarding the Obama administration's recently-announced IP enforcement plan, below is an interview that PatLit conducted via email with Victoria Espinel, the White House's new U.S. Intellectual ...

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post image Experimental Use Exception: An Indian Perspective from

The experimental use exception under Indian patent law is something that hasn't received much coverage, either in terms of case law or academic writings.

We (Prashant Reddy and I) have taken a shot at ...

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Business of Biosimilars Conference from

The Institute for International Research (IIR) will be holding its 2nd Annual Business of Biosimilars conference from September 20-22, 2010 in Boston, MA. The conference will allow attendees to: • Navigate worldwide regulatory and legislative issues ...

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Does government funding enhance private sector downsizing? from

Recent comments relating to Senator Byrd's approach to securing federal funding for West Virginia include:

Federal funding is a shaky foundation for an economy because no one can replace Big Daddy. In their recently ...

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"Men at Work" on the impact of being found copyists from

"Men at Work" were nailed for copying from "Kookaburra Sits in the Old Gum Tree" in their song "Down Under." The Guardian had text about a recent decision in the case:

On Tuesday [6 July ...

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What Forbes needs to learn from Adam Wheeler from

A piece in Forbes titled How to Get Into College written post-"Adam Wheeler" comes across as monstrously humorous, and naive, in light of the Adam Wheeler saga.

Adam Wheeler got into Harvard (and also ...

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New IP courses by IIPS from

Leading IP institute The Institute of Intellectual Property Studies (IIPS) is offering a range of innovative IP courses,addressing and supporting diversified needs in an ever changing IP landscape.
1. 4 Month Certificate ...

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Spicy Ip from

A job opening for IP Professionals in Mumbai, as described below. If interested, please write with a copy of your CV to spicyipjob[at]

Position: Head Legal - IP Affairs. Reports to the Global ...

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US Rightsholders Seek Narrower Scope Of ACTA, Clarity On Trademark Infringement Vs. Counterfeiting from

Many of the 11 negotiating partners of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) for years have underlined that the new anti-counterfeiting and anti-piracy agreement will not change their national laws, with the United States and the ...

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Invisibility cloaks from

The 25 June 2010 issue of Science has an article titled "Invisibility cloaks for visible light must remain tiny, theorists predict" (328 Science 1621) which includes mention of work by David Smith on an invisibility ...

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