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post image Never too late! If you missed the IPKat last week ... from

Here's the ninth in our series of weekly round-ups of Katposts from the previous week, brought to you so that, if you were off on your holidays last week, you can see at a ...

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  The chart below shows the number of utility patents issued each quarter with data through August 2014 (2014 Q3 uses an estimate for September 2014).  You will note that the number of patents issuing continues ...

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post image Fair deal or iMoan? Kate Bush’s request to leave the smartphones at home from

Love them or loathe them, mobile communication and recording devices have become an integral part of our lives. They not only accompany us through many of the most intimate and meaningful experiences in our lives ...

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News from Eleonora: a competition -- and a course.  A lot of readers of this weblog were away last week when fellow Kat Eleonora posted this item on the contest she is running, which carries the ...

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Calling Patent Attorneys to Pro Bono from

The complexity of patent law and the restrictions on who is permitted to practice have served patent attorneys well — with the resulting generous incomes. The problem though is that these same complexities raise a barrier ...

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Group Calls For ITU Constitution Amendment To Protect Right To Privacy from

A report of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights on the right to privacy in the digital age has been lauded by a group of civil society organisations who also called states to ...

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WTO: Antigua Has New Idea For Gambling Case; Cuba Rails Against US Trademark from

In a longstanding World Trade Organization dispute about measures affecting the cross-border supply of gambling and betting services, Antigua and Barbuda has made a new proposal to the United States on a way to solve ...

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Plagiarism in Korea from

David Volodzko discusses Korea’s Plagiarism Problem

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What is uniquely Korean then, is its culture of education. Shaming public figures if and when they happen to get caught is no solution and ...

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Ferring B.V. v. Watson Laboratories, Inc. (II) (Fed. Cir. 2014) from

By Kevin E. Noonan -- In the second of a pair of decisions issued last Friday, styled Ferring B.V. v. Watson Laboratories, Inc., the Federal Circuit affirmed a finding by the District Court that the ...

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