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IP Key For Financing Innovation, Speakers Say At WTO from

Intellectual property protection is vital to finance innovation and in particular for start-ups, according to speakers at an event co-organised this week by the European Union, Switzerland, and the United States at the World Trade ...

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African Civil Society: Disillusionment, Mistrust In Bonn from

We, the African civil society organisations participating in the Bonn Climate Change Conference, are gravely concerned about the progress of negotiations and wish to express our utmost disillusionment on the mistrust reigning the corridors of ...

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Tumultuous Session In European Parliament Ends In Postponement Of TTIP Debate from

After a tumultuous early morning session today in Strasbourg, a slim majority of 183 (against 181) members of the European Parliament decided to postpone mere debate of the Parliament's report on the Transatlantic Trade ...

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US Shifts Stance On Drug Pricing In Pacific Trade Pact Talks, Document Reveals from

From the New York Times: WASHINGTON — Facing resistance from its Pacific trading partners, the Obama administration is no longer demanding protection for pharmaceutical prices under the 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership, according to a newly leaked “transparency ...

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No Modification of Order Limiting Number of Asserted Claims Due to Plaintiff’s Failure to Cooperate from

The court denied plaintiff's motion to modify the court's order limiting the number of asserted claims because of plaintiff's previous lack of cooperation. "[Plaintiff's] request that the Court modify its prior ...

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VIS v. Samsung: Developing the Role of Extrinsic Evidence post-Teva from

By Jason Rantanen Virginia Innovation Sciences, Inc. v. Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. (Fed. Cir. 2015) (nonprecedential) Download opinion Panel: Wallach, Taranto, Chen (author) In the wake of the Supreme Court’s opinion in Teva v ...

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Chief Judge Prost Refers to New Practice as “A little troubling” from

During the recent oral argument of In re Gross, Chief Judge Prost asked the associate solicitor about the Solicitor’s Office relatively new practice of adding a discussion of Alice v. CLS to appeals in ...

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CAFC gives mixed decision in the Kaneka case from

In the case KANEKA CORPORATION v. XIAMEN KINGDOMWAY GROUP , one has a Japanese company suing a Chinese company; the outcome is mixed:

Kaneka Corporation sued Defendants Xiamen King-
domway Group Company, Pacific Rainbow International
Inc ...

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Wednesday whimsies from

Forthcoming events. Regular readers need no reminder that the IPKat has a Forthcoming Events list which is frequently updated and carries details of all sorts of IP events -- some of which are free or have ...

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