Patent & IP news for September 28, 2013

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Who can be a UPC judge? Thoughts from a UK Patent Attorney perspective from

The IPKat team is drawn from a variety of professional backgrounds. However, this particular moggy is a UK and European patent attorney. He has recently been mulling over some issues relating to UK registered patent ...

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USPTO and Government Shutdown from

There is a potential of a substantial government shutdown on Tuesday, October 1 when the new fiscal year begins without moneys being appropriated. The Patent Office has more control over its budget than some agencies ...

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At WIPO, Differences Remain On Global Priorities In Patent Law from

Differences on how nations view patent law and the need for more international harmonisation became apparent this week at the World Intellectual Property Organization annual General Assembly.Related Articles:

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WIPO Members Near Agreement To Negotiate Design Law Treaty from

World Intellectual Property Organization members this week have discussed the possibility of convening a diplomatic conference - a high-level negotiation - on a treaty on industrial design law. As of yesterday, members appeared near consensus to proceed ...

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WTO Panel Established In Honduras Case Vs. Australia Tobacco Packaging from

The World Trade Organization Dispute Settlement Body has established a panel on a complaint by Honduras against Australia's measure to require tobacco to be sold in plain packaging as a public health measure.Related ...

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Lawmakers, regulators, standardization bodies address abuse of standard-essential patents from

In June 2012, European Commission Vice President JoaquĆ­n Almunia said that, in addition to regulatory efforts to counter the abuse of FRAND-pledged standard-essential patents (SEPs), courts and standard-setting organizations (SSOs) also need to contribute to ...

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Nicholson Price II: Making Do in Making Drugs from

"M&M; chocolate candies are made with a precision far beyond the capabilities of many drug manufacturers." This is the intriguing opening to a thorough critique of innovation in pharmaceutical manufacturing by Nicholson Price II ...

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