Patent & IP news for January 25, 2014

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post image Patent term extension granted for some applications filed with RCE from

Patent term extension granted for some applications filed with RCE Based on Novartis v. Lee (Fed. Cir. 2014), if patent prosecution lasted more than 3 years and you filed a request for continued examination, you ...

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post image USPTO Reports Continued Popularity of Inter Partes Review Proceedings from

The America Invents Act ("AIA") created several new administrative procedures for members of the public seeking to challenge issued patents. These include Inter Partes Review (“IPR”), Post Grant Review (“PGR”), and the transitional program for ...

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AIA Post-Grant Patent Practice Conference from

International Intellectual Property Institute and Bloomberg BNA will be holding and AIA Post-Grant Patent Practice Conference on February 19-20, 2014 in Arlington, VA. The conference will include presentations on the following topics: • The Fundamentals of ...

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Webinar on Determining and Correcting Patent Inventorship from

Strafford will be offering a webinar/teleconference entitled "Patent Inventorship: Best Practices for Determination and Correction -- Drawing the Line Between Inventor and Contributor, Leveraging Lessons From Year One of the AIA" on February 27, 2014 ...

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WHO Board Adopts Resolution On Medicines Access After TRIPS Flexibilities Debate from

The sometimes tense issue of intellectual property rights flexibilities built into international trade rules on IP briefly threatened to trip up a proposal on access to medicines today at the World Health Organization. But members ...

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Katsandra Speaks Out - Nagoya Part VII from

Following on from Blogmeister Jeremy's post here, this is now the seventh post on the topic of the Nagoya Protocol (the last one by this Kat, with links to its predecessors, is here).  Dear ...

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WHO Sets Path For Model R&D Projects, But Doesn’t Rock The Boat from

Members of the World Health Organization Executive Board this week moved forward on the long path to new ways to spur research and development for diseases that mainly afflict poor populations. A process has been ...

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