Patent & IP news for September 12, 2010

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post image The New Zealand sting: after-the-event revisiting of honeytech fees from

The most recent IP newsletter of New Zealand law firm Simpson Grierson carries an article, "Honey, I Over-Valued the IP! - WaikatoLink Ltd v Comvita New Zealand Ltd". The case, heard before the High Court, arose ...

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post image Reasonable royalty or bubbles through a straw? from

Ignacio Marques of the excellent Class 46 (which I understand meets this week in Berlin) reports that the Court of Appeals in Madrid has explored the concept of a “reasonable royalty” and how it can ...

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post image Letter from AmeriKat: American lawyers love expensive watches, ABA amicus brief confirms from

Last week signaled a week of new beginnings. The nation's children, decked out in their crisp white shirts and shiny schools shoes, returned to school. The workforce dragged their now-tanned heels back to their ...

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Spicy Tidbits: Sholay makers to sue Greenpeace from

TATA Steel, a very influential company in India, is building the Dhamra port at the mouth of the Dhamra River, just north of the Gahirmatha Marine Sanctuary, Orissa- the largest of only three nesting sites ...

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African Traditional Knowledge And Folklore Given IP Protection Despite Warning Of TK Commodification from

Some African nations signed a protocol on the protection of traditional knowledge and folklore at the beginning of August gaining the praise of the World Intellectual Property Organization. However, a United Nations report launched in ...

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Todd Dickinson Interview Part 2: Patent Reform is Not Dead from

In this second installment of my interview with current AIPLA Executive Director and former USPTO Director, Q. Todd Dickinson, we start out discussing pendency at the Patent Office. Dickinson tells me about the incentives he ...

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Software savvy patent attorneys, where are you? from

From Chris Torrero comes this link to "A Statistical Analysis of the Patent Bar: Where are the Software-Savvy Patent Attorneys?", a 46-page academic study with profound practical implications.  The triumvirate of authors consists of Ralph ...

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Conference & CLE Calendar from

September 12-14, 2010 - 2010 Annual Meeting (Intellectual Property Owners Association) - Atlanta, GA September 15, 2010 - Prior Art & Obviousness 2010: Current Trends in Sections 102 & 103 (Practising Law Institute) - San Francisco, CA September 16, 2010 - Developments ...

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