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Patent & IP news for November 14, 2012

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post image Entrepreneurship and Innovation: When IP Does Not Seem to Matter from ipfinance.blogspot.com

I am a big believer in "narrative". What I mean by "narrative" is the overarching framework of discourse that characterizes discussion about a given topic. Against that backdrop, I have been arguing, both in writing ...

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post image Linking Pigs and Humans through the Enablement Doctrine from www.patentlyo.com

By Dennis Crouch Edwards Lifesciences AG v. CoreValve, Inc. (Fed. Cir 2012) In an opinion by Judge Newman, the Federal Circuit has sided with the patentee – rejecting the challenger's argument that the patent lacked ...

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post image Patent Stats for FY 2012 from www.patentlyo.com

Yesterday I posted on the rising number of patent attorneys. There is also a rising number of patents and patent applications. The three tiered chart below shows the number of utility patents granted and nonprovisional ...

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How to obtain foreign patent protection? from ocpatentlawyer.com

Overview To obtain foreign patent protection, you must file a separate patent application in each country in which you desire patent protection.  A single world wide patent does not exist.  Moreover, most foreign countries require ...

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USPTO Holds Live Chat on AIA from www.patentdocs.org

By Kwame Mensah -- On November 6, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office held a live chat on Twitter (@uspto) to discuss some of the provisions of the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act. Highlights of the ...

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AMP v. Myriad Briefed and Distributed for Conference from www.patentdocs.org

By Donald Zuhn -- Earlier today, the Supreme Court updated its docket for the Association for Molecular Pathology v. Myriad Genetics, Inc. case to indicate that it has now been distributed for conference on November 30 ...

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C for Copyright: No More Pirated Textbooks for Guyanese Classrooms from www.iposgoode.ca

In a case that calls more for gold stars than gold doubloons, the government of Guyana and major British publishing houses have at last come to an agreement over textbook purchases—no copyright infringement necessary ...

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AIPLA Bestows Annual Awards from www.ipwatchdog.com

The American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA) bestowed its highest awards on professionals in the IP industry during the 2012 Annual Meeting, October 25-27 in Washington, DC. Related posts:
  1. AIPLA’s Q. Todd Dickinson to ...

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Discussing Startups & Entrepreneurship with Author Stephen Key from www.ipwatchdog.com

A lot of inventors and entrepreneurs might come up with an idea that solves a problem, but I’ve always took a different approach. I would let the market tell me what it’s looking ...

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ALJ Pender Grants Motions To Terminate Investigation In Certain Electronic Devices Having A Retractable USB Connector (337-TA-843) from www.itcblog.com

On November 8, 2012, ALJ Thomas B. Pender issued Order Nos. 32-35 in Certain Electronic Devices Having A Retractable USB Connector (Inv. No. 337-TA-843). In Order No. 32, ALJ Pender granted a joint motion filed ...

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Analysis: Argentine Court Clarifies What Patent Holders Can – And Cannot – Prohibit from www.ip-watch.org

In the recent decision on the case “Novartis AG versus Laboratorios LKM SA re cease of use of patent” the Third Chamber of the Federal Civil and Commercial Appellate Court of Argentina set an important ...

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ALJ Gildea Grants Motions To Terminate Investigation In Certain Dynamic Random Access Memory and NAND Flash Memory Devices (337-TA-803) from www.itcblog.com

On November 7 and 8, 2012, ALJ E. James Gildea issued Order Nos. 70-72 in Certain Dynamic Random Access Memory and NAND Flash Memory Devices and Products Containing Same (Inv. No. 337-TA-803). In Order No ...

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Medicines Patent Pool Names New Director from www.ip-watch.org

Greg Perry, a longtime leader in the European generics industry, has been named the new executive director of the Medicines Patent Pool, a cutting-edge Geneva-based group working to increase access to affordable, high-quality medicines for ...

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Recent Research Highlights Potential Of Open Access In Drug Discovery from www.ip-watch.org

The Drugs for Neglected Diseases initiative (DNDi) and Medicines for Malaria Venture (MMV) announced the identification of three potential drug classes for the treatment of neglected tropical diseases through the availability of hundreds of compounds ...

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IP Department Chair David De Lorenzi Recognized for Firm's IP Growth and Gibbons Institute of Law, Science & Technology from www.iplawalert.com

David De Lorenzi brings enthusiasm and creativity to any undertaking, be it building and directing the highly regarded Intellectual Property Department at Gibbons P.C., creating and overseeing the firm's Apprenticeship Program, or helping ...

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What you need to know about changes to Google Patents from intellogist.wordpress.com

Users of the free Google Patents search service may have noticed some changes to the search interface,  display options, and coverage for the system in the past week, and some of these changes are briefly ...

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Fake News Sites Settle FTC Charges of Deceptive Advertising from www.ipwatchdog.com

The Clickbooth affiliate network has agreed to pay $2 million to settle Federal Trade Commission charges that its affiliate marketers deceived consumers through bogus weight-loss claims on fake news sites about acai berry supplements and ...

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Patently-O Bits & Bytes by Lawrence Higgins from www.patentlyo.com

Chisum Patent Academy The Chisum Patent Academy will hold its next Advanced Patent Law seminar February 20-22, 2013, in New York City (Midtown Manhattan). Because each three-day Chisum Patent Academy seminar is uniquely limited to ...

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Artists Oppose Internet Radio Fairness Act Pushed by Pandora from www.ipwatchdog.com

The stars, who included Alabama, Sheryl Crow, CeeLo Green, Billy Joel, Maroon 5, KISS, Ne-Yo, Katy Perry, Pink Floyd, Megadeath and many others, praised Pandora, saying: “We are big fans."  But with massive growth in ...

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ALJ Shaw Rules On Motion To Compel In Certain Audiovisual Components (337-TA-837) from www.itcblog.com

On November 7, 2012, ALJ David P. Shaw issued the public version of Order No. 43 (dated October 2, 2012) in Certain Audiovisual Components and Products Containing the Same (Inv. No. 337-TA-837).  In the Order ...

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Federal Circuit Affirms in Norgren Appeal (2011-1349) from www.itcblog.com

On November 14, 2012, the Federal Circuit issued a precedential opinion in Norgren Inc., v. ITC (2011-1349).  This was an appeal from the International Trade Commission’s (“Commission”) determination of no violation of Section 337 ...

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Gaps Persist On WIPO Development Dimension from www.ip-watch.org

The development dimension of the World Intellectual Property Organization is under scrutiny by member states this week, and after a smooth start and a general commitment to work cooperatively and constructively, discussions have demonstrated strongly ...

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