Patent & IP news for December 17, 2012

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post image China Files More Patents that USA from

According to the website China Briefing, China now files more patent applications per year than the US.  This is just one more sign of how far the US had fallen technologically.  Just twelve short years ...

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post image Patenting Software: Obama Administration Argues “Sometimes” from

By Dennis Crouch CLS Bank Int'l v. Alice Corp (Fed. Cir. 2012) The US Government has filed its amicus brief in the pending en banc CLS Bank case that focuses on the patentability of ...

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Conference & CLE Calendar from

January 2-5, 2013 - National CLE Conference (Law Education Institute, Inc.) - Snowmass, Colorado January 10, 2013 - China's Patent Regime and its Quest to Become an Innovation Economy (The George Washington University Law School and Fordham ...

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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. Astellas US LLC et al. v. Fresenius Kabi USA LLC 1:12-cv-01699; filed December 12, 2012 ...

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House to Move on AIA Corrections and Trade Secrets from

During the last six days of a session the Speaker of the House of Representatives is allowed to suspend Rules in order to expeditiously dispose of non-controversial matters quickly before the end of a session ...

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US Chamber Holds Annual IP Attaché Roundtable, Announces New “IP Index” from

Washington, DC - The United States Chamber of Commerce last week held its annual roundtable with US government IP attachés stationed around the world. At the same event, it released a consultant study that rated the ...

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Exclusive with the AIPLA Presidents: Bill Barber & Jeff Lewis from

Just ahead of the 2012 AIPLA Annual Meeting I had an opportunity to go on the record with Bill Barber, then President and now Immediate Past President of AIPLA. Also joining the discussion was Jeff ...

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AIA Technical Amendment (H.R. 6621) Moving Forward from

By Dennis Crouch Representative Lamar Smith has put forward an amended version of H.R. 6621 ( The amended bill removes the provision that would have crippled the ...

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Supreme Court to Examine Pay-For-Delay Settlements from

The battle between the pharmaceutical industry and the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) over so-called “pay-for-delay” settlements will finally be examined and decided by the Supreme Court. Last Friday, the Court granted certiorari in Federal Trade ...

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Happy Holidays From IP Osgoode from

Giuseppina D’Agostino is the Founder and Director of IP Osgoode, the Founder and Director of the IP Intensive Program, and an Associate Professor at Osgoode Hall Law School. IP Osgoode would like to wish ...

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WIPO Members En Route To Diplomatic Conference On Treaty For The Blind from

After several hours in informal consultations, delegates attending the 42nd session of the World Intellectual Property Organization General Assembly (and 22nd Extraordinary Session) came out of the room this evening with good news.Related Articles ...

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ALJ Gildea Grants Motion To Terminate Investigation As To Sony In Certain Blu-Ray Disc Players (337-TA-824) from

On December 14, 2012, ALJ E. James Gildea issued Order No. 42 in Certain Blu-Ray Disc Players, Components Thereof and Products Containing Same (Inv. No. 337-TA-824). In the Order, ALJ Gildea granted a motion filed ...

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