Patent & IP news for October 28, 2014

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post image Apple v Samsung in Japan: an English text from

Patent litigation blossoming in Japan ...In May there was a decision of the Japanese IP High Court on Apple v Samsung in which FRAND-based royalties were mentioned. The judgment, which was unsurprisingly delivered in Japanese ...

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post image Economics: Explaining Reverse Payments in ANDA Litigation from

Guest Post by Ruben Jacobo-Rubio.  I asked Jacobo-Rubio to write a guest post on his recent article (along with John Turner and Jonathan Williams) on estimating the valuation of Paragraph IV patent litigation.  The basic ...

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post image France to Modify its Intellectual Property Code from

French Minister of Culture Fleur Pellerin has presented a bill which would implement Directive 2011/77/EU amending Directive 2006/116/EC on the term of protection of copyright and certain related rights, and Directive ...

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post image Bucking the Trend: Security Software Patent Net Yet Ruled Invalid from

Card Verification v. Citigroup (N.D. Ill. 2014) A growing number district court decision have followed the Supreme Court’s Alice Corp. decision by finding the asserted patent claims to be patent-ineligible as unduly encompassing ...

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post image Knives, nails and nippers: forging ahead with the Laguiole mark from

Here's a guest post by our good friend Valentina Torelli on a very important General Court ruling on a Community trade mark issue which should appeal particularly to lawyers, as will be explained.  The ...

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PTAB Update -- Is "Broadest Reasonable Interpretation" the Appropriate Standard? from

By Andrew Williams -- One of the more controversial rules concerning PTAB trials promulgated by the USPTO in the wake of the America Invents Act was the adoption of the "broadest reasonable interpretation" ("BRI") claim construction ...

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Tuesday tiddlywinks from

Forthcoming events. Here's our usual reminder to check out the IPKat's Forthcoming Events page for all sorts of conferences, seminars, lectures and the like.  One such event, coming up tomorrow, is the "Intellectual ...

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Draft Revision To Provide Higher Protection To GIs Fine-Tuned At WIPO from

The contracting parties of the agreement protecting appellations of origin at the World Intellectual Property Organization are meeting this week to fine-tune a draft revision of this agreement to include geographical indications. The end of ...

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Damages Expert May Not Testify From Memory Concerning Past Transactions Without Producing Documentation from

The court granted defendant's motion to exclude the testimony of plaintiff's expert regarding a reasonable royalty because his opinion was based on licenses not produced in discovery and the expert was not permitted ...

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CEA Marketing Group Wants You To Tell the Senate to Stop Patent Trolls from

A marketing company is currently helping CEA and a coalition of other companies (and legislators!) in a project to raise awareness to fight “patent troll” issues and to petition the senate for Patent Legislation Reform ...

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Nvidia vs. Samsung – It’s Not Just a Chip from

It can be almost comical at times to see “the big dogs” fighting to stay on top of the pack of a multi billion dollar industry: technology. When we think of patents, trademarks and copyrights ...

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