Patent & IP news for June 14, 2012

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post image Patent Expirations Put Over $290 Billion in Rx Sales at Risk from

With four days left until BIO 2012 in Boston, EvaluatePharma’s World Preview 2018 warns of excessive R&D; spending, but patent cliff may “liberate” drug companies.  EvaluatePharma released a report on the pharmaceutical industry ...

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post image Erik Pelton interviewed for “A Defiant Dude” documentary about Eat More Kale, Chick-fil-A, & abusive trademark litigation from

Filmmaker James Lantz is making a documentary movie, A Defiant Dude, about Bo Muller-Moore – the “Eat More Kale” guy – and his trademark dispute with Chik-fil-A®. The film project was launched via Kickstarter, with nearly 2 ...

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post image Governor Christie Named BIO 2012 Governor of the Year from

It’s day numbah five until BIO 2012 Convention hits beantown in a flurry of activity, Chris Christie, the Republican governor of New Jersey known for his combative style, was named the BIO 2012 Governor ...

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YIng EDS and their enhanced depth solution technology from

Yesterday's Evening Standard had an article called A TV revolution made in London ? about Ying EDS, a company that offers an "enhanced depth solution" (EDS) to TV and film to increase the viewer's ...

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Legal Jobs: Patent Job Market Shows Signs of Improvement from

Alissa J. Holterman is the Assistant Director of Career Services at Loyola University Chicago School of Law, has been the primary administrator of for the last 5 years. Holterman says there are objective signs of ...

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Apple benefits from lawmakers' concern about import bans based on standard-essential patents from

On Tuesday I reported on various letters from Members of Congress to the ITC on public interest considerations relevant to the Xbox case. The issue of injunctive relief, including ITC import bans, based on standard-essential ...

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When an ICT investor litigates a loss from

Decided last month by Mr Justice Hamblen in the Commercial Division of the Queens Bench, England and Wales, Brown & others v Innovatorone Plc & others [2012] EWHC 1321 (Comm) is a complex but instructive case on ...

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Microsoft appeals unfavorable parts of ITC ruling in Motorola case to Federal Circuit from

A month ago, the ITC ordered an import ban against Google subsidiary Motorola's Android-based devices that implement a technique for scheduling meetings from mobile devices protected by a Microsoft patent. But the ITC also ...

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Judge changes mind, grants Apple an injunction hearing against Motorola (and vice versa) from

Judge Richard Posner, the Seventh Circuit judge sitting by designation on the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois to preside over an Apple v. Motorola lawsuit, tentatively dismissed the litigation last ...

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IAM Patent 1000 2012 published from

Intellectual Asset Management (IAM) magazine has released the IAM Patent 1000:  The World’s Leading Patent  Practitioners 2012.  Each year, IAM surveys its readers and asks them to recommend patent litigation, licensing, and prosecution attorneys ...

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My Favorite Open Access Resources: DOAJ from

Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens are not a few of my favorite things (probably not even in the top 10), but I can say with certainty that one of my favorite things is ...

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European Inventor Award Presented to Outstanding Inventors from Germany, France, Denmark and Australia from

The European Patent Office (EPO) today honoured outstanding inventors for their contribution to social, economic and technological progress with the presentation of the European Inventor Award (EIA) - Europe’s most prestigious prize for innovation. "With ...

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Shattering the ‘Glass House’: The Mounting Legal Woes Between ABC and CBS from

Life in a Glass House, ABC’s forthcoming reality show that is noticeably reminiscent of CBS’ Big Brother, is poised to air in a number of weeks, irrespective of the vigorous legal efforts on the ...

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