Patent & IP news for December 4, 2011

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post image Inventors file record number of patent applications from

The United States Patent and Trademark Office released its performance and accountability report and one thing is obvious from the report is that the number of patent applications filed in the United States is going ...

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post image SpicyIP Guest Post: IIM’s Copyright Over Cat Questions from

The Common Admission Test (CAT) organised by the Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) is an annual examination exercise undertaken by graduate students across India. An equivalent of the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT), this year ...

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Ways Forward Proposed For Tech Transfer & IP At Durban Climate Talks from

As governments meet to look for ways to progress on halting global climate change, some are suggesting more discussion is needed on the sharing of the technologies that can fight that change, and a middle ...

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CAFC Rules “Secret Prior Art” Requires Only Appreciation that Invention Made in Teva Pharmaceutical* from

The doctrines of “secret prior art” and “inherency” both merged in the case Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. v. AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals LP to surprise, and unpleasantly upend the patentee. Judge Linn’s opinion ruled that “[a ...

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Third Motorola-Apple litigation in Mannheim has court puzzled and raises an important FRAND issue from

On Friday I watched a Motorola Moblity v. Apple hearing in Mannheim and reported that Apple is actually requesting a multiple of two billion euros (the latter is just a yearly estimate), possibly six times ...

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"60 Minutes" on December 4, 2011 from

The first story was on "Prosecuting Wall Street." Eileen Foster at Countrywide Financial was interviewed at the beginning and suggested she would talk to a grand jury. The fraud at Countrywide appeared systemic. In late ...

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