Patent & IP news for December 12, 2011

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post image 2011 Drug Patent Expirations from

Patent disputes in the consumer technology world have been ruling headlines for the past year.  But while the pharmaceutical IP is not on the front page every week, drug patents comprise a very important, active ...

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The corrupt plutocratic governance in this country saves its skin from mass revolt by long-con shading: maintaining the appearance of playing it jake, while keeping the dice loaded for the money players when it matters ...

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Time for Clients to Start Marking? from

Guest post by Paul Morgan Recent patent legislation has removed almost all of the prior dangers of miss-marking products with patent numbers, including fully removing any risk of leaving expired patent numbers on products. (The ...

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Rajya Sabha scheduled to debate Copyright Amendment Bill and Commercial Division of High Courts Bill tomorrow from

Tomorrow's, List of Business for the Rajya Sabha indicates that the Government is seeking to debate and vote on both the Commercial Division of High Courts Bill, 2010 and the Copyright (Amendment) Bill, 2010 ...

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Keep Design Cases Simple, England And Wales CA Tells Dyson from

Brent Randall is a JD candidate at the University of Ottawa. It is a seemingly lofty goal for a court: keep legal reasoning simple.  As anyone who has a read a court’s decision knows ...

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CAFC: PTO Has Power to Reexamine Already Adjudicated Patents from

The CAFC’s split panel decision this past week – In re Construction Equipment Company – extends the PTO’s authority to reexamine a patent even where its validity has already been adjudicated and confirmed by the ...

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Guest Post on Myriad by Prof. Megan La Belle from

Guest Post by Megan M. La Belle, Assistant Professor at Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law. Last Wednesday was an eventful day for patent cases at the Supreme Court. In addition to oral ...

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Fee diversion, unresolved by the AIA, is the cause of application backlog from

In a post titled Patent Reform Fails to Halt Fee Diversion , Inventors Digest brings up the problems caused by fee diversion, in particularly asserting that fee diversion has caused the backlog of unexamined patent applications ...

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