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post image A Kat may look at an Administrative Council: an open letter to the AC from

Regular readers of this weblog will by now be well aware that a number of issues concerning the European Patent Office and its governance have featured in many of its recent posts. The members of ...

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post image Magnetic attraction and the power of 4: seeking the right equation for comparison of trade marks from

What happens when the General Court of the European Union -- to which Community trade mark (CTM) appeals are brought -- fails to carry out an assessment of the likelihood of confusion between two marks, considering them ...

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post image Something about the way you look tonight is ... an IP infringement? from

Style IP
from Jude Law ...The way one looks can be the source of many things: it can sometimes inspire certain impalpable feelings one may be (yet) unable to describe ("And I can ...

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IPO Webinar on Commercial Success at the PTAB from

The Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPO) will offer a one-hour webinar entitled "Commercial Success at the PTAB" on March 25, 2015 beginning at 2:00 pm (ET). Pradeep Chintagunta, The University of Chicago Booth School ...

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BCP Customer Partnership Meeting from

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office will be holding its next biotechnology/chemical/pharmaceutical (BCP) customer partnership meeting on Tuesday, April 7, 2015. The meeting will be simultaneously available at the USPTO Headquarters (Alexandria ...

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AIPLA Program on PCT Filing and International Patent Prosecution from

The American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA) Law School Online Programming Subcommittee will be offering an online program on "PCT Filing and International Patent Prosecution" on April 1, 2015. Samson Helfgott of Katten Muchin Rosenman ...

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CBS Sunday Morning on March 22, 2015 from

Jon Hamm interviewed.

Faith Salie on the grammar of "whom."   Like putting lipstick on your sentence.  To who. It may concern.

Mo Rocca on weather.  Director of the National Weather Service.  WBZ-Boston.  The lower 48 ...

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Patent reform. Fee shifting splits Democrats. from

TheHill discusses splits among Democrats on patent reform.  The proposed fee shifting of the Goodlatte bill is an issue.

Cornyn has said reform would not be worth passing without a fee shifting provision. But he ...

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Open Source Model In Computers Should Be Applied To Genomic Data, Paper Says from

Genomic data should be made publicly available for the promotion of science as a global public good, a new paper argues. Two researchers suggest that a model inspired by the open-source computer software movement should ...

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CAFC affirms ITC in LSI case from

LSI lost its appeal to the CAFC in LSI v. ITC.

We affirm the Commission’s no-violation decision regarding
the ’958 patent. We do so on the ground that LSI
has shown no error in ...

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Conference & CLE Calendar from

March 24, 2015 - "Leveraging Inter Partes Review Petition Denials -- Lessons From PTAB Full or Partial Denials to Avoid Institution of an IPR or Avoid a Denial" (Strafford) - 1:00 to 2:30 pm (EDT) March ...

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