Patent & IP news for April 14, 2014

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post image Another two bite the dust – Hospira v Genentech from

The IPKat has just been perusing the meaty yet compact decision in the case of Hospira v Genentech (Hospira UK Ltd v Genentech Inc [2014] EWHC 1094 (Pat) (10 April 2014)) which came out last ...

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post image #HappyKat event: materials and webcast recording now available from

Luca followed the #HappyKat
event from Italy (GMT +1)
IPKat readers will of course remember our #HappyKat eventthat was held on 1st April last at the lovely London offices of Bristows LLP [a big ...

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Copyright Ruling In US May Impair Free Speech from

The 9th Circuit’s recent decision in Garcia v. Google has sparked outrage among many internet businesses, media organisations, civil rights groups, and copyright experts. They assert the ruling significantly alters US law in a ...

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“Implicit” Instruction May Support Induced Infringement Claim from

The court denied defendant's motion for summary judgment that it did not induce infringement of plaintiff's drug buffer patent because there was a question of fact regarding deliberate indifference. "In order not to ...

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ALJ Gildea Grants Motion To Compel In Certain Sleep-Disordered Breathing Treatment Systems (337-TA-879) from

On April 10, 2014, ALJ E. James Gildea issued the public version of Order No. 18 (dated March 6, 2014) granting Complainants’ Motion to Compel Production of Documents in Certain Sleep-Disordered Breathing Treatment Systems and ...

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ITC Finds Violation of Section 337, Issues A Limited Exclusion Order, And Terminates Investigation In Certain Encapsulated Integrated Circuit Devices (337-TA-501) from

On April 4, 2014, the International Trade Commission (the “Commission”) issued a notice in Certain Encapsulated Integrated Circuit Devices and Products Containing Same (Inv. No. 337-TA-501).  In the notice, the Commission found a violation of ...

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Medtronic: Patent Enforcement will Kill Patients from

By Dennis Crouch Edwards Life Scoence v. CoreValve and Medtronic (Fed. Cir. 2014) In an emergency motion, Medtronic has asked the Federal Circuit to stay a preliminary injunction blocking sale of the Medtronic’s CoreValve ...

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Contemplation of patenting the Salk vaccine prior to the quote "Could you patent the sun?” from

The Slate post Jonas Salk: Good at Virology, Bad at Economics alludes to
research by Jane Smith that shows that, before Murrow’s famous interview with Salk with the Salk quote -- “There is no patent ...

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