Patent & IP news for October 7, 2012

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post image University-generated information: Is it more public or private? from

The involvement of universities in commercial activities is a complex issue. Roughly speaking, these endeavours can be divided into two categories. First there is the commercialization of publicly-funded university research and the concomitant rise of ...

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post image Can ad revenue save the printed media? from

Do the printed media have a future? The answer is both yes and no, according to "Industry Analysis: Print Sales Still In Decline; New Copyright Law Not A Solution", a thoughtful and informative post by ...

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post image Phoning the rapporteur? Think again ... from

PatLit wonders what the
EPO's policy is with regard
to phone rage ...
In T 1251/08 Serial bus simulation/TERADYNE, 29 June 2012, a Board of Appeal of the European Patent Office (EPO) has ...

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post image Explaining patent litigation 3: All change for smaller businesses - tax benefits from

In this, the third in a series of six reader-friendly posts on patent litigation in England and Wales, Liz Cohen (partner, Bristows LLP) moves from activity in the courts to the quest for financial betterment ...

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post image SpicyIP Weekly Review (October Week 1) from

Top of the news this week is the decision of the Division Bench of the Delhi High Court which recognized the doctrine of 'international exhaustion' under domestic trademark law. The decision partially allowed the appeal ...

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OECD Report Shows Rise Of Internet Services from

Internet firms continue to drive global economic growth and job increases in the information technology sector, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) found in a new report. Related Articles:

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Samsung leverages jury verdict and preliminary ITC ruling against Apple's FRAND theories from

We are now less than two months away from the big Apple v. Samsung post-trial hearing at which the parties will try to convince Judge Koh of their positions on what consequences the jury trial ...

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Article One Targets Patent Owned by Acacia Research from

One of the newer prior art research studies currently underway at Article One Partners is one that relates to U.S. Patent No. 6,332,158, which relates to a system that assists user's ...

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WIPO Members (Again) Intensify Talks On Genetic Material, TK, Folklore from

World Intellectual Property Organization members this week agreed to a year-long plan to intensively negotiate for a legal instrument(s) on the protection of genetic resources, traditional knowledge and folklore. Next year’s annual WIPO ...

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CBS Sunday Morning on October 7, 2012 from

Charles Osgood introduced the stories for October 7, 2012. Sometimes the name of the street says it all. Here "K Street". Cheryl Atkinson does the cover story on lobbying in Washington, the third largest business ...

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Experts Gather In Toronto To Assess ICANN And Internet Governance from

Public interest groups will join government officials, academics, attorneys, industry representatives and others in Toronto, Canada, on Friday, 12 October alongside the meeting of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) to discuss ...

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"60 Minutes" on October 7, 2012 from

Huawei in China is the first story. "If you care about your intellectual property," avoid it? Note there is report coming out from the House Intelligence Committee, which has been studying both Huawei and another ...

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Assignment Database and Alerts for free from

My good friends down at MaxVal have announced a new tool to help patent attorneys and individuals interested in tracking information about corporate filings.

It is called the: Assignment Database and Alerts.

The Assignment Database ...

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First sale doctrine in copyright from

The post Your right to resell your own stuff is in peril gets into
the case now before the Supreme court, Kirtsaeng v. John Wiley & Sons, which concerns the first-sale doctrine in copyright law.

Kirtsaeng ...

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Conference & CLE Calendar from

October 10-11, 2012 - Maximizing Pharmaceutical Patent Lifecycles*** (ACI) - New York, NY October 10-11, 2012 - Biotech & Pharmaceutical Patenting*** (C5) - London, UK October 11, 2012 - 2012 Intellectual Property Continuing Legal Education Seminar (DuPont and the Widener University ...

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Court Report from

By Sherri Oslick -- About Court Report: Each week we will report briefly on recently filed biotech and pharma cases. AbbVie Inc. et al. v. Banner Pharmacaps Inc. 1:12-cv-01228; filed September 28, 2012 in the ...

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