Patent & IP news for May 26, 2012

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USPTO Revises Agenda for Next BCP Customer Partnership Meeting from

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has announced a revised agenda for the next biotechnology/chemical/ pharmaceutical (BCP) customer partnership meeting to be held on June 6, 2012. New to the agenda is an ...

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ACI Freedom to Operate Conference from

American Conference Institute (ACI) will be holding its 6th National Tactical and Practical Guide to Freedom to Operate on July 30-31, 2012 in Philadelphia, PA. The conference will allow attendees to: • Preserve privilege and confidentiality ...

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Patent Drafting: Describing What is Unique Without Puffing from

Although a patent application is not a sales pitch per se, most inventors will find it quite helpful to list as many descriptive objectives of the invention as is possible. As a general rule you ...

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No Agreement On Future Work At WIPO Committee On Patents from

A full day and an evening of informal discussions was not enough for the World Intellectual Property Organization member states to reach agreement on the future work of the patent committee yesterday. Developed and developing ...

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Samsung bets on 4G in opposing Apple's motion for Galaxy Tab 10.1 sales ban from

After settlement talks failed as expected, it's business as usual for Apple v. Samsung. Late on Friday (almost at midnight by local time), Samsung filed its opposition to Apple's new motion for a ...

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World Health Assembly: Member States Call For Acceleration On Pandemic Flu Preparedness from

One year since the adoption of the Pandemic Influenza Preparedness Framework, member states emphasized the importance of bio-sharing initiative and in some in cases raised concerns about the pace of implementation. Related Articles:

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Google's Motorola wants Apple to pay $347 million for past use of two wireless patents in the U.S. from

This week, Judge Richard Posner ruled on Apple's and Motorola's Daubert (exclusion of damages theories ahead of trial) motions against each other. The case will to trial in Chicago next month.

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