Patent & IP news for April 24, 2013

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post image A’lor Loses Cable Motif Jewelry Copyright And Trade Dress Infringement Lawsuit from

Los Angeles, CA - A’lor International sued numerous jewelry designers, producers and retailers for copyright and trade dress infringement over sales various nautical twisted cable motif jewelry. A’lor filed a summary adjudication motion asking ...

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post image IP assets and the facilitation of business funding: a new project from

A media release from Valuation Consulting's Kelvin King spreads the word that, together with Inngot, his company will be seeking to generate some of the evidence upon which the UK's fabled commitment to ...

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Reverse Payments: Into the Belly Of The Hatch-Waxman Beast Part 3 from

“Reverse payment” cases are an outgrowth of a key feature I noted in my first article on the basics of Paragraph IV Certifications: the filing of an Abbreviated New Drug Application (ANDA) by the generic ...

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IPO Inventor Award Rewards Green Technologies from

Four times over the past nine years the Intellectual Property Owners (IPO) Education Foundation has recognized inventors of green technologies as the Inventor of the Year. This trend is certainly not accidental given the growing ...

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WIPO Committee Issues Revised Text On Traditional Knowledge Protection from

After an intense day of drafting led by member country experts in small groups in closed rooms, the World Intellectual Property Organization secretariat released a new set of draft articles of what could become an ...

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Global Public-Private Partnerships Against IP Crimes: How Interpol Avoided The Failures Of WCO And WHO from

Christopher J. Paun writes: Public-private partnerships (PPPs) are often used as a way of increasing public policy options by tapping into private sector resources. This occurs also in the field of intellectual property. There are ...

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ALJ Shaw Denies Motions For Summary Determination In Certain Audiovisual Components (337-TA-837) from

On April 12, 2013, ALJ David P. Shaw issued Order No. 77 (dated March 20, 2013) denying five motions for summary determination filed by Respondents in Certain Audiovisual Components and Products Containing the Same (Inv ...

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Seventh Global Congress on Combating Counterfeiting and Piracy Opens in Istanbul from

Over 850 delegates from more than 100 countries are attending the three-day meeting from 24 to 26 April that is being chaired by the World Customs Organization (WCO) and hosted by Turkish Customs with the ...

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Issue Preclusion in Repeat Patent Cases from

Blonder-Tongue Labs., Inc. v. Univ. of Ill. Found., 402 U.S. 313 (1971) involves a case where the patentee (University of Illinois) had first asserted its patent against Winegard and lost a bench trial on ...

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