Patent & IP news for October 2, 2011

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post image The PCC one year on: Judge Birss QC writes from

This weekend the new procedural rules in the Patents County Court (PCC), England and Wales, celebrated their first birthday. To celebrate the event, PatLit is pleased to host this brief assessment of life in the ...

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post image Austerity: Why it is Key for Both Short Term and Long Term Economic Growth from

Keynesians have continually argued that cutting government spending will kill economic growth.  They point to Great Britain as showing that austerity does not work.  The UK introduced an austerity package that included substantial cuts in ...

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post image Delhi High Court passes ex-parte interim injunction against Symed Labs for alleged infringement of Indian Patent No: 221536 from

In an extremely surprising order, Justice Sistani of the Delhi High Court passed an ex-parte interim injunction, on the 16th of September, 2011 against Symed Laboratories Ltd. in a lawsuit filed by Vifor (International ...

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CBS Sunday Morning on October 2, 2011 from

Charles Osgood introduced the stories for October 2, 2011. America's military underwent a change in command this week. David Martin on Admiral Mullen. Second, Mo Rocca on prohibition. Third, Lady Antebellem by Ben Tracy ...

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Guest Post: Accelerated Examination and Prioritized Examination from

By: Nicholas Witchey, Ph.D.; Robert D. Fish, Esq.; and the Fish & Associates team Passage of the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act (AIA) includes many changes to U.S. patent law. This article focuses on one ...

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Nobels for 2011 from


Nevertheless, the figures do give a general indication of the gulf that separates the US from the rest of the world, one that is likely to continue this year according to [David ...

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CAFC discusses DJs in POWERTECH v. TESSERA from


In Arris Group Inc. v. British Telecommunications PLC, 639 F.3d 1368, 1374 (Fed. Cir. 2011), we recognized the requirement in MedImmune that there be an “adverse legal interest” for there ...

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Oral Argument of the Month: Ultramercial v. Hulu from

The oral argument in Ultramercial, LLC  et al. v. Hulu LLC et al., 2010-1544 (Fed. Cir. September 15, 2011) is one that I think will interest many practitioners.  The case deals with the issue of ...

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Inventors Hall of Fame: Wilson Greatbatch from

Wilson Greatbatch was an inventor from Buffalo who I met twice in my life. As a Buffalo, New York patent attorney I am a member of the Niagara Intellectual Property Law Association and he was ...

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"60 Minutes" on October 2, 2011. Tsunami, free soloing, and Rooney's last regular appearance. from

First preview. Aftermath of the Japanese tsunami. Second preview. Free soloing in Yosemite. Third. At the beginning of the 44th "60 Minutes" season, a tribute to Andy Rooney. Interview with Morley Safer. Andy: I don ...

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Floating hat on "Stiff" episode of CSI: Miami from

There was some strange science going on during the "Stiff" episode of CSI: Miami on 2 October 2011.

At the beginning of the show, one gets to see a floating hat. The proferred explanation was ...

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Conference & CLE Calendar from

September 26-27, 2011 - Biosimilars and Biobetters*** (SMi Group) - London, UK October 3-4, 2011 - Tech Transfer Summit North America*** (Tech Transfer Summit Ltd.) - Bethesda, MD October 4-5, 2011 - Maximizing Pharmaceutical Patent Lifecycles*** (ACI) - New York, NY ...

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