Patent & IP news for July 3, 2012

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post image Podcast: Easy Access IP at Glasgow University from

Neil Bowering, Project Manager, IP Easy access, University of Glasgow, joins bloggers Stephen Jenei, of Patent Baristas and Mikk Putk of IP Insiders, to discuss Easy Access IP. In this exclusive interview, Neil gives some ...

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post image Declaration of Internet Freedom! from

The recent past has seen a spate of internet legislation across several different countries - sometimes attempted and foiled, sometimes successful - which have raised a number of issues which have unfortunately been discussed very minimally. I ...

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Galaxy Tab 10.1 injunction remains in effect for now -- Federal Circuit to make next decision from

At close of business on Monday, Judge Lucy Koh denied Samsung's motion to stay the preliminary injunction against the Galaxy Tab 10.1. Since Apple already posted its bond last week, there's no ...

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ITC investigates Apple's enforcement complaint against HTC -- but no new ban for now from

A month ago, Apple filed an enforcement complaint against HTC with the ITC and asked for temporary emergency relief, i.e., an immediate ban of 29 new HTC devices.

There was no reasonable doubt that ...

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Alan Blumlein and the invention of stereo from

Alan Blumlein was the pioneer of stereo sound, and the British Library has put recordings of his voice and of early experiments up on its sound recording website. At the 70th anniversary of his death ...

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Breaking news: DHC issues ex-parte injuctions in favor of Symed Labs from

In yet another instance of issuance of ex-parte injunctions, the Delhi High Court ("DHC") recently issued two such injunctions in Symed Laboratories Pvt. Ltd. favour.  We have consistently raised the issue that patents and ex-parte ...

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U.S. v. Alvarez: Trademark Dilution and the First Amendment from

Earlier this week, the United States Supreme Court handed down its opinion on the Stolen Valor Act (18 U.S.C. §§704). This poor little First Amendment case has been largely ignored for the simple ...

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ICANN Says Internet Multi-Stakeholder Model Is Its Responsibility from

PRAGUE, Czech Republic - The multi-stakeholder model of internet governance is the responsibility of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), Fadi Chehadé, designated new CEO of ICANN said at the 44th meeting of ...

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EU Trade Commissioner Makes Last Appeal For Delay Of ACTA Vote from

EU Trade Commissioner Karl De Gucht today made a last appeal to the European Parliament today to delay the decision on the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) in order to allow the European Court of Justice ...

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Initiative Announces Funding for Electronics, Robotics Companies in Southwestern Pennsylvania from

Pittsburgh’s Technology Commercialization Initiative has announced a plan to provide local companies with up to $100,000 in funding to help with prototyping and other engineering requirements that will lead to technology commercialization in ...

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In Google/Motorola lawsuit, Apple points a different district court to Judge Posner's ruling from

The mainstream opinion was that Judge Posner dealt a blow to Apple with his dismissal of an Apple v. Motorola lawsuit in Chicago last month. In reality, it was a two-way lawsuit, and the strategic ...

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Switzerland Most Innovative Economy, Global Divide Persists, Says WIPO/INSEAD Index from

The Global Innovation Index 2012 launched today by the World Intellectual Property Organization and INSEAD shows a clear innovation divide in world economies. It advises countries to maintain their efforts to support and foster innovation ...

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“Copyright, Contracts, Creators – New Media, New Rules” now Available on Paperback from

Edward Elgar Publishing has released a paperback edition of the book Copyright, Contracts, Creators – New media, New Rules by Prof. Giuseppina D’Agostino. Copyright, Contracts, Creators evaluates the efficacy of current copyright law to address ...

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Judge Arthur J. Gajarsa Retires from

The Federal Circuit web site reports that Senior Judge Arthur Gajarsa has retired from the Federal Circuit.  The announcement reads: Circuit Judge Arthur J. Gajarsa retired from the U. S. Court of Appeals for the ...

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Free Scientific Journals from Latin America on SciELO from

Patent searchers can locate a wide variety of international non-patent literature during global prior art searches by using open-access (OA) resources. Both DOAJ and OpenDOAR provide access to international open-access journals and repositories.  Another example ...

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They Invented What? (No. 217) from

U.S. Patent No. D513768:  Patriotic themed duct tape. JW Note:  Wishing all of our readers a safe and enjoyable Independence Day (Fourth of July) 2012! CLAIM The ornamental design for a patriotic themed duct ...

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