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BIO Technology Transfer Symposium from

The Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) will be holding a Technology Transfer Symposium from 2:00 to 7:00 pm on October 4, 2010 in San Francisco, CA. The Symposium will offer presentations on the following ...

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Webinar on Stem Cell Patent Landscape from

Sunlight Research will be offering a webinar entitled "How Are iPSCs Changing the Stem Cell Patent Landscape?" on October 6, 2010 from 12:00 - 12:50 PM (EST). Dr. Robin Chadwick of Schwegman, Lundberg & Woessner ...

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Biotech Patents Conference from

American Conference Institute (ACI) will be holding its 12th Advanced Forum on Biotech Patents on November 30 to December 1, 2010 in Boston, MA. The conference will allow attendees to: • Adopt a practical approach to ...

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Opportunities for Pennsylvania Businesses in Mexico from

If your business is located in Pennsylvania and you are looking to expand your customer base outside of the U.S., an upcoming seminar at Duquesne University may interest you.  On October 12, the Duquesne ...

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Clementi case: right of privacy in New Jersey from

In the post Rutgers Suicide Raises Difficult Legal Questions , Clay Travis discusses privacy issues in the matter of Rutgers student Tyler Clementi.

See previous IPBiz posts:

Stealing confidential information in New Jersey

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Re-organization at the US Patent Office from

From a press release of the USPTO:

Under Secretary of Commerce and Director of the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) David Kappos announced today that, effective October 1, the USPTO is reorganizing its ...

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What is Prior Art? from

The trouble with explaining what prior art is stems from the fact that everyone already thinks they know what it is. Conceptually we do not want to issue patents for inventions that are not considered ...

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House of Pancakes Prays for Trademark Help from

The International House of Pancakes has a filed (.PDF) a trademark lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles against a Kansas City, Missouri based religious group that calls itself the International House of ...

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Section 107A(b) of the Patents Act: A Relook Needed from

In quite a few posts in the past, we have argued and counter-argued over and over again on the interpretation of Section 107A(b) of the Indian Patents Act, 1970. For those who wish to ...

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KSR and the presumption of validity from

Of the current discussion of the i4i case, TechDirt wrote:

However, I may have underestimated how much the tech and legal community would rally behind a key point in the appeal: the legal standard for ...

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