Patent & IP news for November 26, 2011

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post image The Dewarists Television Show in Copyright Trouble? from

The Dewarists, a television program produced by Star India, which follows musicians from different parts of the world, collaborating to produce original compositions, while travelling across India. has received critical acclaim from viewers since it ...

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Legal Roundtable on Strategic Implications of AIA from

The American Bar Association Section of Litigation and Navigant will be holding a IP legal roundtable on the "Strategic Implications of the Patent Reform Act of 2011" on December 1, 2011 from 12:00 to ...

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ACI Conference on Patent Reform for Life Sciences Companies from

American Conference Institute (ACI) a conference on Patent Reform for Life Sciences Companies from January 31 to February 1, 2012 in New York, NY. Topics of discussion at the conference will include: • Scrutinizing the specific ...

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In defense against IPCom, HTC tried and failed to Americanize German patent law from

Yesterday I reported on HTC's withdrawal of an appeal against a Mannheim ruling in favor of patent holding firm IPCom. I published the original German ruling and an English translation provided to me by ...

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Certification Marks And Your Thanksgiving Bird from

By Rene Dial Before Thanksgiving I overheard a conversation inquiring as to where to buy a free range turkey.  Since I am doing a series on certification marks and myself, have no idea I decided ...

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Life under AIA from

Kristin Jones writes:

Under the new first-to-file system, the key is who gets to the patent office first.

Inventors now have to balance the risk of having their invention copied with the speed at which ...

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Just like fee diversion? from

A recent post in the Washington Times about the health care law:

All told, Congress and the president have tapped some $50 billion earmarked to pay for benefits and programs in the health care overhaul ...

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On California's CIRM from

Californiastemcellreport wrote on November 23, 2011:

The campaign [for Proposition 71] generated impressions among voters that cures – specifically human embryonic stem cell cures – were just around the corner and that the Bush Administration, with its ...

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Plagiarism excuse: only a "hectic and uncoordinated collector" of information from

Die Welt ran a headline on zu Guttenberg's new book: "Guttenback!". In fact, the disgraced plagiarist is alive and well in Greenwich, CT, and has joined the Center for Strategic & International Studies as a ...

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Something to look forward to at the new Patent Trial and Appeal Board from

PatentHawk quoting Hal Wegner:

The Instant Trial Lawyer without a Law Degree with Two Days study Experience: The skewed values will become even more apparent ten months from now when this 21 year old who ...

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The Benefits of a Provisional Patent Application from

With most provisional patent applications the 80-20 rule applies. To get to 80% complete it takes 20% of the time and the final 20% will take 80% of the time. Thus, the approach to provisional ...

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Auditors slice into Commission management of GI scheme from

Geographical indications (GIs) have been a familiar feature of this blog: in recent times we have discussed the virtue or otherwise of Darjeeling Tea and Lea Valley Cucumbers and all manner of culinary delights in ...

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Our Hunt for New Talent from

As mentioned in an earlier post, we're hunting for new talent at SpicyIP.

"Our lights have been dimming of late, and we need some bright sparks to join the SpicyIP team. Therefore, if you ...

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