Patent & IP news for May 13, 2014

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post image Kats at INTA 6: some odds and ends from

Soaking in the local couture ...The funniest thing this Kat has heard over the past few days of rain and deep humidity in Hong Kong was an unintentional comment made by a lady to someone ...

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post image Kats at INTA 5: Meet the Bloggers 2014 from

For some, the venue was
a long, long walk ...
"Meet the Bloggers" is more than a mere imperative: it's the name of one of the features of INTA week. "Meet the Blogger", or "MTB ...

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post image Italian courts and torpedo actions in a recent Genoa decision from

BREAKING: may not be
the only Thorpedo
This Kat is so familiar with patent law and related procedural issues that for a very long time, when hearing of torpedos, the only possible connection coming to ...

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USPTO Holds Forum on Subject Matter Eligibility -- Part I from

By Donald Zuhn -- Last Friday, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office held a four-hour long forum to receive public feedback on the Myriad-Mayo Guidance, which was issued by the Office on March 4. According ...

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Special Report – Students To Universities: “We Have A Drug Problem” from

BASEL -- Students from around the world are gathering momentum to challenge their universities’ licensing policies and research and development systems. That was one of the messages emerging from the annual meeting of Universities Allied for ...

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IP-Watch Subscribers – List Of Delegates In Geneva Updated from

The Geneva IP delegates list is updated! As a special feature for our subscribers, Intellectual Property Watch has assembled a new list of many of the leading government delegates working on intellectual property issues in ...

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No Additional IPR Discovery Concerning Real-Party-in-Interest from

Following the filing of the proposed interrogatories, the Board denied the patent owner's request to file a motion for additional discovery. "Patent Owner requested, based on the information provided in the patent owner preliminary ...

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Patent 101 Continued from

Section 101 challenges continue to be front and center at the district court level, including three recent decisions in the United States District Courts for the Northern District of California and Eastern District of Virginia ...

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New EU Human Rights Guidelines On Freedom Of Expression, Offline And Online from

The Council of the European Union reaffirmed the crucial role of freedom of expression in democratic society in the online and offline world by adopting a new set of EU human rights guidelines. This includes ...

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The Veil Over Camelot from

New Jersey v. H.L.M. (Superior Court of NJ, May 13, 2014) This case involves the defendant H.L.M., who was arrested for removing her children from New Jersey in violation of the ...

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