Patent & IP news for September 25, 2011

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post image Three conference themes to delight the patent litigator -- and a 10% discount from

Three forthcoming conferences may be of interest to readers of this weblog, not least because the organisers are offering a 10% discount to any PatLit reader who registers via this link, citing the appropriate VIP ...

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post image Tracking the litigation around Bayer’s Nexavar patent in India from

For the last year or so, Bayer has been defending its Indian Patent No. 215758 for ‘sorafenib’, which is marketed under the brand name Nexavar and is targeted at patients suffering from liver and kidney ...

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post image Guest Post: Delhi HC issues yet another John Doe order to protect Speedy Singhs from

Tania Sarcar our now regular guest blogger has sent us another post on a 'John Doe' order passed by the Delhi High Court to protect the Bollywood movie Speedy Singhs.

Delhi HC issues yet another ...

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Myriad: Isolated DNA claims from “ball bats in trees,” and “kidneys” to “magic microscopes.” from

The basic argument in Myriad is whether DNA that is isolated from the chromosomes is statutory subject matter, or whether it is a product of nature. The stakes are high in the Myriad case, since ...

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Patent conferences: what are they worth? from

Autumn is traditionally a very busy time for intellectual property conference organisers, with the weeks from mid-September to early December being increasingly crammed with meetings of international and regional organisations, industrial and professional associations and ...

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CBS Sunday Morning on September 25, 2011 from

Charles Osgood introduced the stories for September 25, 2011. The first Sunday morning of fall, marking the beginning of a new (tv) season. "In the pursuit of pleasure" is the cover story by Susan Spencer ...

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US Patent Law Seen Opening Door To Global Harmonisation At WIPO from

Just a week after US patent reform was signed into law, the Symposium of Intellectual Property Authorities opened with an air of celebration on 22 September at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). During the ...

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"60 Minutes" on September 25, 2011 from

The nation's largest counterterrorism force is described by NYC Police Commissioner Kelly. National Socialist Movement in Trenton, NJ. Trey Parker and Matt Stone on South Park discuss the play "Book of Mormon."

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America Invents Act from

The America Invents Act (AIA) which changes major sections of the current Patent Laws became law on September 16, 2011. Under the AIA, the first inventor to file, not the first to invent is awarded ...

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Conference & CLE Calendar from

September 26-27, 2011 - Biosimilars and Biobetters*** (SMi Group) - London, UK September 26-27, 2011 - Life Sciences Business Development & Acquisitions in Emerging Markets (American Conference Institute) - New York, NYNew York, NY September 28, 2011 - The Impact of ...

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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. ISIS Pharmaceuticals, Inc. v. Santaris Pharma A/S Corp. et al. 3:11-cv-02214; filed September 22 ...

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