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post image 3D printing may not be for every home--and that is a good thing for IP from

Will IP matter? The question seems to arise in the wake of every new disruptive technology. It is no surprise, therefore, that it is being asked in connection with 3D printing, where digital content, easily ...

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post image A parasite does what it says on the tin from

On Wednesday, fellow Kat Nicola the Katonomist wrote this thoughtful if provocative piece on lookalike packaging -- a subject on which economists, lawyers, consumers. brand owners and their competitors have not always shared identical views. This ...

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post image Apple Ordered to Pay $234 Million in Patent Infringement Suit from

Jeremy McKinney

On October 16, 2015, as a result of a District Court case in Wisconsin, Apple was ordered to pay the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF), the University of Wisconsin-Madison's patent licensing body ...

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USPTO Revises Rules to Facilitate Access to Applications and File Contents by Foreign IP Offices from

By Donald Zuhn -- In a notice published earlier this week in the Federal Register (80 Fed. Reg. 65649), the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office issued a final rule revising the rules of practice to ...

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Counsel Ordered to “Facilitate the Award of Attorney’s Fees” by Providing Contact Information for NPE’s Principals from

The court granted plaintiff's motion for attorney fees under 35 U.S.C. § 285 following defendants' covenant not to sue and ordered defense counsel to provide contact information for all of defendants' principals to ...

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Panellists: Price Is Main Barrier To Medicines Access In Rich And Poor Countries from

A joint symposium of the World Health Organization, World Trade Organization and World Intellectual Property Organization this week included several panels on how trade, public health and intellectual property could positively interact to increase access ...

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India, US Take Stock Of Work On IP; To Boost Copyright, Trade Secrets from

The trade ministers of the United States and India yesterday reviewed work from the past year on a full range of intellectual property issues and made new commitments, as part of their larger bilateral trade ...

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High-Level Negotiations On LDC Pharma IP Waiver Extension At WTO from

Negotiations have been ongoing at the World Trade Organization over the extension of a waiver allowing least-developed countries not to grant or enforce intellectual property rights on pharmaceutical products.

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