Patent & IP news for June 25, 2011



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post image Sleeping Easy Again - Cephalon v Orchid [2011] EWHC 1591 from

Emerging, blinking, from the dark confines of the pile of examination scripts that he has called his home for the past few weeks (which in the best cases have been a joy to behold and ...

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post image Presumption of validity of a (an Indian) patent from

Prashant had some time back written about the Indian patent and trademark adjudication process. While reading this post, I revisited the section on patent and TM validity as provided in our patent/TM act and ...

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post image Leonardo da Vinci Inventions from

I have always been amazed at the complex inventions that have come about hundreds of years ago. Leonardo Da Vinci (15 April 1452 – 2 May 1519) was an Italian Renaissance genius who memorialized many of ...

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Insufficient Postage from

In the oral argument of, Inc. v. Endicia, Inc. et al., 2010-1328 (Fed. Cir. June 15, 2011), indefiniteness with respect to a means plus function claim was at issue. The court noted that ...

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Email fails as evidence of conception in Creative Compounds v. Starmark from

The patents in the case relate to creatine formulations that
increase the bioavailability of creatine. Starmark had the '373;
Creative the '273.

Of the "interference" angle in the case:

Creative argues that the district court ...

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Mandatory Viewing For Anyone Interested In Patent Monetization from

Think of it as the anti-Sally Fields phenomenon. They hate you. They really, really hate you. If you dare to purchase an asset that essentially constitutes nothing more than the right to exclude someone from ...

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Cultural Cognition Project: Rationality and Climate Change from

While I was in law school, I worked on survey design and data analysis for the Cultural Cognition Project, led by Professor Dan Kahan. We just posted a new working paper to SSRN: The Tragedy ...

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Composition of Oracle's damages claims against Google becomes clearer from

Google filed a few documents late on Friday, one of which contains additional and really useful information on the theories behind Oracle's $1.4-6.1 billion damages claims against Google.

In particular, it's ...

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