Patent & IP news for September 30, 2012

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post image Guest post: Jannat 2 - Producers far from Angelic from

We bring you another exciting guest post by Kruttika Vijay on copyright issues arising from the movie Jannat 2.

The facts of the case, Kapil Chopra v. Kunal Deshmukh, could well be the plot of ...

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post image ITC ALJ Recommends Exclusion Order; Finds Violations of Three Litepanels LED Photographic Lighting Patents from

An administrative law judge (ALJ) at the U.S. International Trade Commission has found a violation of three LED patents owned by UK-based Litepanels, a company that make LED lighting systems for use in film ...

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post image Parallel Litigation and PTAB Review Create Complex Interplay of Patentability and Validity from

A company called CoreLogic Solutions, LLC owns U.S. Patent No. 5,361,201, relating to a process for appraising real estate property.  The ’201 patent was filed on Oct. 19, 1992 and issued on ...

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post image Explaining patent litigation 2: All change for smaller businesses - the PCC from

Last week PatLit introduced the first in a series of six reader-friendly posts on patent litigation in England and Wales by Liz Cohen (partner, Bristows LLP). This week Liz talks about the aims and objectives ...

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Manus Cooney Part II – The Future of Patent Reform from

The PTO, the House and Senate Judiciary Committee staffs, and some segments of the patent community, mainly those that were supporters of the AIA, had drafted a a proposed technical corrections bill. Obviously, if a ...

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CBS Sunday Morning for September 30, 2012 from

Charles Osgood introduced the stories for "Sunday Morning" on September 30, 2012. High tech times; electronic wizardry, but Susan Spencer talks about loneliness. We can't keep our eyes off our smartphones. Second, Lee Cowan ...

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WIPO General Assemblies Face Big Questions, Small Details from

Representatives of the nearly 200 members of the United Nations World Intellectual Property Organization – as well as industry and nongovernmental groups – will gather this week for their annual meeting. In addition to IP policy issues ...

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Out of Whack from

The USPTO's curmudgeonly incompetence was on display at the CAFC last week. Abbott Diabetes Care had its patents put under reexamination by a third party. The PTO denied the patent it had once granted ...

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Odds and Ends from

1)  The Honorable Pauline Newman was named a Fellow of the American Chemical Society in August.  You can read more about it here: [Link].  Congratulations to Judge Newman! 2)  The Federal Circuit reinstated portions of ...

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USPTO Fee Increase - October 5, 2012 from

by Dennis Crouch Reminder - A new fee schedule begins October 5, 2012 that raises patent fees by 0–3% depending upon the fee. Thus, the issue fee for a utility patent is moving upward from ...

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Season premiere for "60 Minutes" on September 30, 2012 from

Sept. 30, 2012 marks the 45th season premiere of "60 Minutes." There were two stories previewed.

First preview. General John Allen interviewed by Lara Logan.

Second preview. Life with Arnold. Interview with Lesley Stahl. "I ...

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Conference & CLE Calendar from

October 2, 2012 - Single Claim Restriction Requirements: The Interplay Between 35 USC § 112 and 35 USC § 121 (American Bar Association) - 12:00 - 1:30 pm (Eastern) October 4, 2012 - Myriad: The Gene Patent Fight Continues ...

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U.S. Negotiators on TPP -- Don't Trade Away the Biopharmaceutical Research Sector from

By James C. Greenwood and John J. Castellani -- How do we create success in an age of fierce competition and accelerating globalization? America no longer has a lock on any industry or technology. That is ...

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