Patent & IP news for April 22, 2012

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post image Emails: are they "public" for European patent purposes? from

When is an electronic communication published? From Martin Kirk (a senior patent attorney in the DSM Expert Centre, Urmond) comes news of some fascinating European Patent Office determinations regarding the legal status of email messages ...

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post image UN to Spend Trillions Trying to Create a Perpetual Motion Machine from

Perhaps the UN didn’t get the message, however you would expect with all those brilliant climate scientists they would have – you can’t build a perpetual motion machine.  According to Fox News the UN ...

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post image Andy Rubin knew that a clean-room implementation of Java was 'unlikely' to happen at Google from

Having watched Oracle v. Google closely from the outset of the litigation more than 20 months ago, I can say that at least the trial serves to satisfy my curiosity. None of the material that ...

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post image The pragmatic approach to the copyrightability of API packages: case-by-case analysis from

The first major decision in Oracle v. Google will relate to the copyrightability of the 37 API packages Oracle is asserting (alongside other intellectual property). Absent a genuine factual dispute, this will be decided as ...

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Internet Visionaries Convene To Discuss Future Of The Web from

The 2012 Global INET Forum is uniting some of the architects and builders behind the internet with the industry leaders and policymakers who are shaping it today in an event taking place in Geneva from ...

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Earth Day 2012: 5 Green Innovations to Celebrate from

I thought I might take the occasion to identify Green-Tech innovations that relate to recycling technologies, energy conversion and conservation of energy that are worthy of celebration on Earth Day 2012. The following innovations all ...

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Conference & CLE Calendar from

April 24, 2012 - Patent Law in Light of Mayo v. Prometheus: Claims to Laws of Nature Are Not Patentable (American Bar Association) - 1:00 - 2:30 pm (EDT) April 24-25, 2012 - Paragraph IV Disputes*** (American ...

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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. Enzo Life Sciences Inc. v. Affymetrix Inc. 1:12-cv-00433; filed April 6, 2012 in the District ...

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Of Genes, Spleens and Property from

Imagine a world of great biotechnological promise where the hope of preventative, diagnostic and treatment medicine to illness and disease is more of a reality than ever before. Further, imagine that this world has, in ...

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Evidence Of Parasitic Intent Not Unfounded: L’Oreal Appeal Denied from

Advocate General Mengozzi delivered his opinion to the European Union’s Court of Justice (ECJ), on February 16 2012, denying the Appeal sought by Helena Rubenstein SNC and L’Oreal SA concerning the Community trademarks ...

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The Legal Implications of Commercializing Intellectual Property Rights from

Professor Giuseppina D’Agostino is featured in Osgoode’s April 2012 Research Byte: The Legal Implications of Commercializing Intellectual Property Rights. See the video embedded in the masthead or click here.

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