Patent & IP news for April 29, 2012

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post image Why Do People Sublicence: Let Me Count the Ways from

This Kat will begin with a one-sentence muse. The ultimate challenge in writing about IP is trying to say something categorically meaningful about how IP plays itself out in that most elusive of places, "the ...

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post image An Introduction to the recent Frontline issue on Indian Patent Law from

Frontline, in a series of articles its recent issue, discussed the recent developments in Indian Patent Law and its reverberations in the pharmaceutical industry and public health [ ‘Patent to plunder’ by Amit Sengupta, ‘A big ...

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Google to court: Galaxy Nexus code is closed just like that of the iPhone from

Apple and Google routinely have discovery disputes. Apple's second California action against Samsung, which includes a motion for a preliminary injunction against the Galaxy Nexus, is already the eighth U.S. lawsuit in which ...

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IPAB releases Annual Report on World IP day from

In a welcome first, the Intellectual Property Appellate board has published its Annual Report on its website on April 26th which is recognized as World IP day. It also gives us an important wrap-up of ...

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KSR the 5th Anniversary: One Supremely Obvious Mess from

On Monday, April 30, 2007, the United States Supreme Court issued its final decision in the matter of KSR v. Teleflex, which overruled the Federal Circuit's application of the so-called "teaching, suggestion, motivation" test ...

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Foundations of Patent Law from

Below in no particular order are some of the foundational rules of patent law.  No attempt is made to prove these rules, but most should be familiar to patent attorneys.  If you disagree or are ...

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Convergence Review from

The Commonwealth Government has released the Final Report of the Convergence Review (pdf). While initially there were some indications that this review might relate to intellectual property issues, especially copyright, the Final Report focuses on ...

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Webinar on Recent Hatch-Waxman Decisions from

The Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPO) will offer a one-hour webinar entitled "Of 'Use' and Labels: Recent Appellate Decisions in Hatch-Waxman Litigation" on May 3, 2012 beginning at 2:00 pm (ET). A panel consisting ...

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Conference & CLE Calendar from

May 1, 2012 - Prometheus in the Post-Bilski Age: Patentable Subject Matter Under Continued Attack (Strafford) - 1:00 - 2:30 pm (EDT) May 2, 2012 - Patent Prosecution under the AIA: Strategies for Before, During and After ...

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USPTO Seeks Comments on Feasibility of Placing Economically Significant Patent Applications under Secrecy Order from

By Donald Zuhn -- On April 20th, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office published a notice in the Federal Register (77 Fed. Reg. 23662) requesting comments as to whether the U.S. should bar certain ...

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