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Gene Quinn to Speak at Social Media Marketing Summit in NYC from

On May 9, 2013, IPWatchdog’s very own Gene Quinn will be attending and presenting at the Business Development Institute’s Social Media Marketing Summit for Law Firms in NY. The summit was put together ...

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Copyright, fair use and artistic works: can a work be transformed without being “transformative”? from

A recent Second Circuit court decision appears to establish a broad fair use exception for the use of artistic works in new works.  However, a careful look at the case — and especially at the examples ...

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Qualcomm Patents: Diverse Computer, Mobile Device Innovation from

Today, we’ll take a close look at some of the more intriguing, recent Qualcomm patent applications recently published by the USPTO, many of which show the technology developer focusing on improving mobile network connections ...

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Patentee Prevails on Liability But Denied Damages from

A recent non-published case from the District Court of New Jersey serves as a reminder that navigating the damages phase of patent infringement is just as important as proving liability.

In Unicom Monitoring, LLC v ...

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UNCTAD: IPRs In Health, Research, Cosmetics, Meet Access & Benefit Sharing from

The interactions between intellectual property and international rules of global access and benefit sharing were explored recently as an expert group meeting was convened by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) to ...

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IP-Watch Readers Save $200 On LES Spring Meeting, 14-16 May In Seattle from

LES (USA & Canada) 2013 Spring Meeting IP Matters In Every Deal May 14-16 | Seattle, WA Look Who's Attending the 2013 LES Spring Meeting The LES Spring Meeting, 14-16 May in Seattle, Washington, USA is ...

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FTC Goes After for Online Harassment of Kids from

On April 17, 2013, the United States Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued an Order Denying Petition to Quash Civil Investigative Demand in the Matter of Jerk, LLC. This means that an investigation started by the ...

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Biogen v. Glaxosmithkline: Prosecution History Disclaimer and Claim Construction from

By Jason Rantanen Biogen Idec, Inc. v. Glxosmithkline (Fed. Cir. 2013) Download Biogen v GSK Panel: Dyk, Plager (dissenting), Reyna (author) By the mid-1990's, it was well known that rituximab, an anti-CD20 antibody, could ...

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ALJ Bullock Issues Public Version Of Remand Determination Finding No Violation Of Section 337 In Certain Automated Media Library Devices (337-TA-746) from

On April 23, 2013, Chief ALJ Charles E. Bullock issued the public version of the Remand Initial Determination (the “Remand ID”) (dated March 26, 2013) finding no violation of section 337 in Certain Automated Media ...

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ITC Issues Opinion Reversing Initial Determinations And Remanding For Further Proceedings In Certain Wiper Blades (337-TA-816) from

On April 24, 2013, the International Trade Commission (the “Commission”) issued its opinion in Certain Wiper Blades (Inv. No. 337-TA-816).  In the opinion, the Commission reversed two of Chief ALJ Charles E. Bullock’s Initial ...

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