Patent & IP news for June 24, 2014

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post image Perception versus action on entrepreneurial activity from

My posting yesterday described the Small Business Friendliness Survey. That survey describe how some small business owners perceived their local and state government's attitude toward small business. Specifically, were government policies and ...

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Going cheap, going soon!  The IPKat's friends at Oxford University Press, publishers of his beloved Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice, are having a summer sale.  This includes, but is not limited to, law ...

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post image When it's too late to seek a stay ... from

Kennametal Inc v Pramet Tools SRO and Associated Production Tools Ltd [2014] EWHC 1438 (Pat) was decided in the Patents Court, England and Wales, back at the beginning of April, but this blogger hasn't ...

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post image Curiouser and Curiouser? More details on Alice v CLS Bank decision of SCOTUS from

This Kat is not a US attorney and nor is he a specialist in computer implemented inventions, and so he hesitated to write a report of the US Supreme Court decision Alice Corp. v CLS ...

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BIO International Convention 2014 Preview -- Part III from

Post-Grant Patent Challenges and Biosimilar Regulatory Pathways By Andrew Williams -- The 2014 BIO International Convention has already begun in San Diego, but most of the sessions and forums get underway beginning on Tuesday, June 24 ...

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Global Challenges, Opportunities Of Cryptocurrencies Such As Bitcoins from

Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies could compete with national currencies in the long term, but still face many challenges, according to panellists at a recent event in Geneva. Furthermore, the blockchain technology – the open source software ...

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The Three Faces of Prometheus: Alice and Generic Application from

Today continues our mini-symposium on Alice v. CLS Bank with a guest post by Jeffrey A. Lefstin, Professor at the University of California, Hastings College of the Law.   Alice Corp. marks the Supreme Court’s ...

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Damages Expert Cannot Exclude Claimed Elements From Royalty Base from

The court granted plaintiff's motion to exclude the testimony of defendant's damages expert because of his royalty base analysis. "[The expert] notes that during prosecution, all elements of [plaintiff's] asserted invention except ...

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ALJ Shaw Denies Motion To Quash Subpoenas In Certain Standard Cell Libraries (337-TA-906) from

On June 18, 2014, ALJ David P. Shaw issued Order No. 21 denying non-parties Andrew B. Kahng and Puneet Gupta’s (collectively, “movants”) motion to quash subpoenas duces tecum and ad testificandum issued by Respondents ...

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AIA Post-Issuance Proceedings – Patent Owner’s Preliminary Response Persuades PTAB Denial of IPR from

In accordance with the statutory provisions of the America Invents Act, a patent owner may at his/her option file a preliminary response to a third-party petition requesting inter partes review (IPR) of a patent ...

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July 1st Deadline – Canada’s IP Writing Challenge from

The deadline to submit your entry to our 6th annual Canada’s IP Writing Challenge is fast approaching!  The winner from each category will receive a prize of $1000 (CAD), publication on the IP Osgoode ...

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