Patent & IP news for October 26, 2015

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post image Never Too Late: if you missed the IPKat last week ... from

The weeks roll by and readers are as busy as ever, which means that opportunities for missing Katposts are all too often lost.  Fortunately, via the wonderful efforts of Kat colleague Alberto Bellan, here comes ...

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post image Greek mastic in trade mark trouble: Can you fight a CTM with your eyes set in Greece? from

The General Court has disappointed Enosi Mastichoparagogon Chiou (The Chios Mastiha Growers Association - EMC) with its ruling in case T-309/13 (Enosi Mastichoparagogon Chiou v OHIM / Gaba International Holding GmbH), but the notably successful union ...

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post image Monday miscellany from

Are you creating or disseminating information about IP? This year's IP Publishers and Editors Lunch on Wednesday 25 November is starting to fill up nicely, with people travelling from France and Germany to join ...

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Natera Responds to Sequenom's Petition for Rehearing En Banc from

By Donald Zuhn –- Last week, Appellee Natera, Inc. filed its response to the petition for rehearing en banc filed by Appellants Sequenom, Inc. and Sequenom Center for Molecular Medicine, LLC in August (see "Sequenom Requests ...

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Conference & CLE Calendar from

October 29, 2015 - "Provisional Patent Applications: Preserving IP Rights -- Assessing Whether to Use and Strategies to Leverage Provisional Applications Under the First-to-File System" (Strafford) - 1:00 to 2:30 pm (EST) October 29, 2015 - "Patent ...

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Plant Treaty Budget, Work Programme Approved; Farmers Concerned from

The treaty on plant genetic resources held its governing body meeting earlier this month with new initiatives to bring financial sustainability to the treaty, in particular to study the possibility of a subscription system to ...

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Supreme Court to Review Willful Infringement under 35 U.S.C. § 284 from

Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court granted certiorari to review the standard for willful infringement under 35 U.S.C. § 284. The Court was specifically asked to reject the rigid two-part test set forth ...

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Where does a Defendant “Reside” for Jurisdictional Purposes in Patent Infringement Cases? from

By Dennis Crouch In re TC Heartland LLC (on mandamus to the Fed Cir. 2015), An interesting mandamus action was recently filed by the Prof John Duffy and Jim Dabney (both now with Hughes Hubbard ...

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Valeant stock takes a beating after drug price increases from

Not unrelated to the controversy related to Turning Pharma, Valeant was under scrutiny in a post
on Reuters Drugmaker Valeant raises detailed defense but doubts remain

Text on Wikipedia summarizes the recent problems:

Much of ...

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V.K Gupta on TDKL database: "If we give access, these multinationals will steal everything.” from

Nicola Twilley has an interesting post at the New Yorker titled: Who Owns the Patent on Nutmeg?.

Apart from the predictive quote of V.K. Gupta, which may have great relevance to issues in patent ...

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