Patent & IP news for November 24, 2011

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post image Finally, an Indian music composer gets sued for allegedly copying a foreign melody! from

In a decision that is bound to have an impact on the creative faculties of Indian music composers, Justice Manmohan Singh of the Delhi High Court on the 21st of September, 2011 acting on a ...

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post image While on the subject of INTIPSA ... from

Finding a new CIPO
is the nearest thing
many people get to
big game hunting ...
Yesterday's IP Finance post mentioned INTIPSA, the International IP Strategists Association. By sheer coincidence, the blog has received news ...

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post image Past historic 5: common law copyright in England from

Summer, from
James Thomson's
The Seasons
The fifth item in the little bundle of photocopied articles on IP history which this Kat researched and wrote back in the 1980s, when he was still a ...

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post image Not enough rigor shown by EPO Board of Appeal from

Decision R 3/10 is only the second occasion (or second instance, if you prefer the pun) in which a party has succeeded in convincing the European Patent Office (EPO)'s Enlarged Board of Appeal ...

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post image A study in Scarlet: today's Court of Justice ruling from

The decision of the Court of Justice of the European Union in Case C‑70/10Scarlet Extended SA v Société belge des auteurs, compositeurs et éditeurs SCRL (SABAM); Belgian Entertainment Association Video ASBL (BEA ...

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Happy Thanksgiving and Turkey Frying Patents from

On this most festive of American holidays I once again am inspired to share some thematically appropriate patents. After all, what better way to celebrate a holiday than reading patents appropriate for the festivities? With ...

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Biotech/Pharma Docket from

By James DeGiulio -- Pfizer Settles Lipitor Patent Suits with Aurobindo, Kremers Pfizer has settled separate cases with Aurobindo and Kremers, ending its patent infringement actions over the generic companies' efforts to enter the market for ...

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Delhi HC dismisses Bayer's plea against Natco's CL from

In a short order, the Delhi High Court dismissed, as withdrawn, a writ petition filed by Bayer against the publication of Natco's CL application by the Controller General of Patents. The same petition had ...

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IP, Trade And Public Health Leaders Turn A Page In History Together from

The importance of multilateralism, continuing global public health gains with sufficient funding, and finding a balance between the worlds of trade, intellectual property and public health were among the top issues raised during the a ...

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Thanksgiving Innovation and Celebration! from

Cultures around the world recognize this time of year as a time for togetherness, feasting, and giving thanks.  Celebrations are rooted in agriculture since fall is the harvest season.  Throughout history, the harvest has signified ...

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The Debate: Patent vs Trade Secret – An Overview from

Bradley Tartick is a JD candidate at Osgoode Hall Law School and is enrolled in Professor Ikechi Mgbeoji’s Patents class in Fall 2011. As part of the course requirements, students are asked to write ...

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