Patent & IP news for May 31, 2014

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post image A matter of intended or actual laugh? The parody exception under EU and UK laws from

Gigi is invariably
great fun to watch ...
A few days have passed since Advocate General (AG) Cruz Villalon issued his Opinion [not yet available in English: will it ever be?] in Case C-201/13 Deckmyn ...

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post image The dawn of a new era? New UK copyright exceptions enter into force today from

Contemplating a new beginning
for UK copyright
At last! The "strictly embargoed" media release from the UK Intellectual Property Office (IPO) can be finally disclosed. 
As copyright aficionados will know just by looking at their ...

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UseNet is Prior Art from

By Dennis Crouch Suffolk Tech v. AOL and Google (Fed. Cir. 2014) This is a prior art case. Suffolk’s patent application was filed back in 1996, but it turns out that the invention was ...

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27 law professors support Samsung's efforts to get Apple's $929 million damages award reduced from

Thanks to a Comparative Patent Remedies blog post by Professor Thomas Cotter, I have just become aware of an amicus curiae brief (full text available here) filed with the Federal Circui by 27 law professors ...

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