Patent & IP news for July 4, 2014

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Braving the mud: expect
the unexpected at Glastonbury ...
Around the weblogs 1.  Afro-IP reports on the sad and troubling case of Johan Nortje, the South African customs official who was murdered by a hit squad ...

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post image Have U.S. courts made patents less valuable? from

Sometimes what grabs this Kat’s attention, at least for blogging purposes, is a Table that accompanies a longer article. That is the case with Terry Ludlow’s article, “Signs of the times: trends in ...

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post image EPO prioritises newest (and oldest) files from

Not as high profile as the
newer applications

The IPKat has always been somewhat dismayed by the continued focus on reducing the delay between filing patent applications and the EPO issuing a first opinion on ...

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Librarians Concerned Digital Content Licences Overriding Exceptions/Limitations from

While exceptions and limitations for librarians and archives are under negotiation at the World Intellectual Property Organization this week, librarians and archivists called on WIPO delegates to address an issue of contract licences for digital ...

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The European Right To Be Forgotten Might Be A Pandora’s Box from

Over the last few months search engines around the world have been keeping an active eye on the developments of the landmark case ruled by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) requiring Google to consider ...

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Fifty years of "James Bond" legal fighting ended in 2013 from

Following up on an IPBiz post about Thunderball, note the dispute finally settled in November 2013.

From Fordham's IPLJ

Finally, on November 15, 2013, after over 50 years of intellectual property disputes, a settlement ...

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