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post image When friendship is re-interpreted: Italy and San Marino take new view on IP rights from

A concerned reader has written to draw the IPKat's attention to a small but potentially highly significant announcement from a source that this Kat has rarely had cause to consult: the Republic of San ...

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post image Problems and imperfections in biotech patenting: realities on the ground and trying to fix the system from

This is the last post in this series of six on biotech. The earlier posts can be found here (introductory), here (ethics), here (case law), here (strategies for protecting biotech inventions) and here (financing). This ...

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Selections From WIPIP: Remedies Post-Ebay, Public Enforcement of Patents, and a Constitutional Basis for the Subject Matter Bar from

I spent the last two days enjoying my first visit to the Patent Office in Alexandria, VA and listening to a diverse array of presentations for the 2015 Works in Progress Intellectual Property Colloquium (WIPIP ...

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How Resistance Bands Came to Be from

Exercising bands, cords, tubes… It’s all very interesting, but where and when has this trend begun? Once upon a 1895 year, a man named Gustav Gossweiler invented a stretchy gymnastic apparatus, which is their ...

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Guest Post: Why Administrative Law Matters to Patent Attorneys—In re Cuozzo Speed Technologies LLC from

by David Boundy Many patent attorneys—including me—went through law school thinking “Administrative law?  What do I care?”  Administrative law matters; it is as important to intra-PTO litigation and to Federal Circuit appeals as ...

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