Patent & IP news for September 4, 2011

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post image Parallel Imports: The Unexpected Dumping of Section 2(m) from

In a rather unexpected development, the government decided to drop section 2(m) from the latest version of the copyright amendment bill. All the more strange, given that section 2(m) was the product of ...

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post image Towards an En-lightened Copyright Regime from

Many of us wait with baited breath as the latest set of copyright amendments are slated to be discussed the following week in both the Rajya Sabha and the Lok Sabha. Given that this monsoon ...

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Hynix' request to file amicus brief denied in Rambus appeal of re-exam from

As to an appeal by Rambus to the CAFC of the decision in re-examination 90/010,420, the request of Hynix to file an amicus brief was denied.

Of the ex parte re-exam itself:

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"Sunday Morning" on Sept. 4, 2011: Eastman's patent issuance celebrated on almanac feature from

Charles Osgood introduced the stories for September 4, 2011. The cover story is by Rebecca Jarvis and concerns the current plight of American workers. Next, John Blackstone on "Dirty Jobs." The anniversary for Sept 11 ...

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Patent Reform: Post Grant Review Musings from

Why would we expect a new post-issuance review to work any better than the current prosecution process? Why are we to expect the Patent Office, which is certainly not equipped to handle litigation-like proceedings, could ...

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"60 Minutes" on September 4, 2011: recycled stories from

CBS "60 Minutes" on September 4, 2011 led off with a reprise of an earlier interview with Julian Assange of Wikileaks. The set-up by Steve Kroft included a reference to the recent leak of State ...

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Hell’s Angels and Amazon Fighting from

By Rene Dial It just does not seem right when you hear of the Hell’s Angels in a court room suing someone rather than fighting criminal charges. In a suit filed on August 23 ...

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Accelerating IP and Innovation in South Africa Conference from

The South African Department of Science and Technology is sponsoring a conference on Accelerating IP and Innovation in South Africa on September 18-20, 2011 in Cape Town, South Africa. The event is being organized by ...

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Nomination Period for ABA Blawg 100 Closes September 9th from

Last month, the ABA Journal began work on its 5th annual list of the 100 best legal blogs (or blawgs) and announced that it is seeking the advice of its readers, via the ...

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Pharmaceutically Speaking, Part 7: Inoculation Litigation from

Danie Roy My fascination with the pharmaceutical IP world usually leads me to wonderful news: generics, stem cell breakthroughs, and bionic eyes, for example. Very rarely, it leads me straight into the realm of disappointment ...

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