Patent & IP news for September 26, 2010

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post image Snoop & Tell from

Computer Cache Coherency Corporation's ("CCCC") sued Intel and Via for infringing 5,072,369, which claims a cache that has a "SNOOP signal telling." The inevitable claim construction controversy was over whether the tell ...

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post image Internet referencing... with a twist of squash. from

When it comes to the field of online advertising services, Yahoo Search Marketing is not considered as a big player by media and advertising companies and neither is it seen as the main offender by ...

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post image From a 'Bark" to a "Bite": The Potency of Section 8 from

Section 8 of the Indian patents act requires that patent applicants disclose all information pertaining to foreign counterparts of the Indian application in issue (i.e. if the Indian application has corresponding US and EU ...

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"CBS Sunday Morning" on September 26, 2010 from

Charles Osgood led off with mention of autumn and the new normal as to climate and as to the economy. Martha Teichner talked about the "new normal" with a clip from ex-secretary Robert Reich. The ...

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Sigur Rós sound-a-likes: homage or fromage? from

The IPKat confesses, in at least one of his incarnations, to being a big fan of the Icelandic group Sigur Rós, and keeps up to date from time to time with what they are doing ...

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The problem with the "access to medicine" debate from

There is, and has rightly been a long and drawn out debate on the price barriers faced by poorer consumers. And for good reason too.  Access to medicines is a phrase that's come to ...

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I am presenting the annual copyright update for the Victorian chapter of IPSANZ in Melbourne on 7 October at the RACV Club.

Copyright – Selected Case Law Update 2010

Registration and details here.

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Guest Post: An Interesting Preview of Myriad? from

By Professor Paul M. Janicke, University of Houston Law Center


The Myriad case from the Southern District of New York,[1] involving patent eligibility of DNA isolates derived from naturally occurring DNA, drew a great ...

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Conference & CLE Calendar from

September 27-28, 2010 - FDA Boot Camp*** (American Conference Institute) - Boston, MA September 27-28, 2010 - 6th Annual Burrill Personalized Medicine Meeting (Burrill & Company) - San Francisco, CA September 30, 2010 - Advanced Patent Licensing 2010: Current Developments and ...

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Trade secrets or patents? from

I ran across an interesting discussion on the IP Biz blog about trade secrets versus patents: "The Case Against a Case Against Patents."

The IP Biz post by blogger Lawrence Ebert is a response to ...

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List of daily BPAI decisions from

I found a great resource for those of you interested in BPAI opinions: a list of daily BPAI opinions. This list is much more useful than going to the BPAI site, because you can see ...

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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. Biovail Laboratories International SRL v. Par Pharmaceutical Companies, Inc. et al. 1:10-cv-07310; filed September 22 ...

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