Patent & IP news for April 9, 2013

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post image Two-Way Media & the Doctrine of Equivalents from

Two-Way Media v. AT&T;, SA-09-c-476 (W.D. Tx. 2013) Interesting jury verdict for Two-Way Media where a jury found that that AT&T; infringes a total of seven claims coming from two different patents ...

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post image Multiplicity of Design Patent Rights from

By Dennis Crouch The number of design patent applications continues to rise. At least a portion of that rise is explained by an increase in the sophistication of design patent applicants. Rather than filing a ...

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WIPO Hails India Accession To Trademark System; India Advocates Balance from

A full room of country delegates and ambassadors gathered yesterday to celebrate the accession of India to the Madrid Protocol for the International Registration of Marks at the World Intellectual Property Organization. However, beyond the ...

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IP in Employment Agreements from

For a company with substantial intellectual property in hand and under development, it is important to have employment agreements for new employees that include clauses for dealing with intellectual property rights. When hiring new employees ...

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Brand Owners Seek Their Own ICANN Constituency Group from

Brand owners that have applied with the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) for their brand’s top level domain (TLD) are seeking to create their own constituency group. Related Articles:

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Health Research Colloquium Calls On Countries To Invest More In R&D from

During the recent Council on Health Research for Development (COHRED) Colloquium 2013, participants highlighted the value of research and development in supporting public health and the importance of building self-reliance for countries through government investment ...

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Protection of Broadcasting Organisations, Another Treaty Brewing At WIPO from

The protection of broadcasting organisations will be discussed at the World Intellectual Property Organization this week as delegates are expected to work on a text that could become an international treaty. Related Articles:

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Gibbons Directors Robert Rudnick & Thomas Bean to Serve on Panel for Upcoming Gibbons Institute of Law, Science & Technology Event from

Robert E. Rudnick and Thomas J. Bean, Directors in the Gibbons Intellectual Property Department, will serve as panelists at the upcoming Gibbons Institute of Law, Science & Technology event, "USTPO Patent Post-Issuance Proceedings Under the American ...

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NDCA allows discovery into sales of non-accused items from

On February 26, 2013, the NDCA issued an opinion in Positive Tech., Inc. v. Sony Elecs., Inc., Case No. 11-cv.2226 SI (KAW) (Doc. No. 427).  The court addressed defendants’ joint motion for a protective ...

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ALJ Essex Sets Procedural Schedule For Early Finding As To Economic Prong Of The Domestic Industry Requirement In Certain Products Having Laminated Packaging (337-TA-874) from

On April 8, 2013, ALJ Theodore R. Essex issued Order No. 4 in Certain Products Having Laminated Packaging, Laminated Packaging, and Components Thereof (Inv. No. 337-TA-874). In the Order, ALJ Essex set the procedural schedule ...

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The Rise of Patent Litigation in America: 1980 – 2012 from

As far as I am concerned the problem is not generically with patent assertion entities, or even the likes of entities like Acacia Research, or with patent litigators such as Ray Niro. Both engage in ...

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