Patent & IP news for December 5, 2011

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post image Monday miscellany Part I from

The IPKat's whiskers make useful radio antennae sometimes, which is how he has learned that BBC4's Today radio programme has asked for an interview this very morning with his good friend Vicki Salmon ...

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post image Are EU ministers driving us towards a European patent disaster? from

From her basket, the AmeriKat
steadies her gaze on getting
better and on the Unitary Patent debate
Good morning, from the Amerikat! Monday is here and there is more to report on the proposed Unitary ...

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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. Ferring B.V. v. Watson Pharmaceuticals, Inc. et al. 3:11-cv-00853; filed November 25, 2011 in ...

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Lines Of Global Enforcement Debate Surface at WIPO Meeting from

Leading debates surrounding global efforts to stop counterfeiting and piracy of intellectual property rights-protected goods and services came into full view at the recent meeting of the World Intellectual Property Organization enforcement committee. In that ...

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No patent misuse for patent pools that license competing technologies from

After receiving a patent, a significant number of patentees license their invention to others.  Sometimes, patentees attempt to extract more and more out of the licensee.  However, when the patentee attempts to expand the scope ...

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