Patent & IP news for August 15, 2010

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post image Process patent infringement: reversing the burden of proof from

In "Reversal of burden of proof: a tough nut to crack", Aaradhana Sadasivam (KhattarWong, Singapore) seeks to compare the mechanisms relating to proof of infringement in cases involving process patents in terms of the national ...

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Assigment and Use of IPR in Financial Transactions – A Jumble from

IP rights are frequently used as security to enable financing of business ventures. However how does this work out for the different legal systems in the world? What are the effects on third parties like ...

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The Role for Open Source in Paradigm Shifting Innovation from

There is an important role that open source could play moving forward, and that role is to set the foundation of innovation and technology, which is no small task in terms of importance and seems ...

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CBS Sunday Morning on 15 August 2010 from

Charles Osgood introduced the stories: "Power Hungry" by Seth Doan was mentioned first, with water fountains [a recycle] second. "Let's be frank" by Mo Rocca was third on Sonora style hotdog. Rob Reiner [a ...

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Taiwan moves closer to new law, including patent marking from

"Legislative Yuan considers sweeping changes to Patent Act", by Daisy Wang (Lee and Li Attorneys at Law, Taiwan), notes that the island's Patent Act, previously amended in 2003, is under review again. Over the ...

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Google, PageRank, and blogs from

IPBiz has written about Google's PageRank before. Two Google searches done today illustrate some points.

Making the rounds in mid-August 2010 is an article titled Jobless millions signal death of the American dream for ...

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Concerning the release of Lockerbie person Al-Megrahi, the AP wrote:

[ Professor Karol] Sikora, one of three experts who assessed al-Megrahi's health for Libyan authorities, was quoted by Britain's Observer newspaper Sunday as saying ...

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"60 Minutes" does coal ash from

In a story Coal Ash: 130 Million Tons of Waste recycled from October 2009, Lesley Stahl talked about coal ash from Dominion being used as fill in a golf course in Virginia.
Workers with the ...

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Odds and Ends from

Federal Circuit nominee Judge Kathleen O’Malley was affirmed by the Federal Circuit last week.  To be clear, she has not yet been “confirmed” by the Senate; but, her district court judgment was “affirmed” by ...

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102(f) publication author different inventors from

TakeawayIn re Cherepinsky involved a 102(f) (did not invent) rejection. The Examiner's rationale for the rejection was that multiple inventor were listed, yet the subject matter of the application was based on ...

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Patent Docs from

August 16-17, 2010 - Advanced Patent Prosecution Workshop 2010: Claim Drafting & Amendment Writing (Practising Law Institute) - San Francisco, CA August 17, 2010 - "Bilksi: The Impact of the Final Decision on University TTOs" (Technology Transfer Tactics) - 1 ...

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Court Report from

By Sherri Oslick -- About Court Report: Each week we will report briefly on recently filed biotech and pharma cases. Pfizer Inc. et al. v. Actavis Group Hf et al. 1:10-cv-00675; filed August 11, 2010 ...

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Legislative Analysis Competition organised by PRS from

Analysis 2010 is being organised by PRS Legislative Research is a Delhi-based research initiative hosted at the Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi. Our work focuses on providing research support to MPs on all key ...

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Genzyme's Manufacturing Issues with Fabrazyme Prompt Patients to Petition HHS Secretary to Exercise Bayh-Dole "March-in" Rights from

By James DeGiulio -- Genzyme's manufacturing problems with their $300,000 per year drug Fabrazyme have prompted patients who depend on the enzyme replacement drug to ask that Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Kathleen ...

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