Patent & IP news for November 8, 2015

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Forthcoming events. Not for the first time, this Kat takes the opportunity to remind readers that there are lots of exciting events coming up.  The Kat's Forthcoming Events page lists quite a few of ...

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The chart above shows the number of certificates of correction issued by the USPTO each year with a forecast through the end of 2015. After a patent issues, a patentee can petition for a correction ...

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Webinar on Jurisdiction in Hatch-Waxman Litigation from

Strafford will be offering a webinar/teleconference entitled "Demonstrating Jurisdiction in Hatch-Waxman Litigation After Daimler -- Navigating the New Standard and Leveraging Lessons From Recent Court Treatment" on November 19, 2015 from 1:00 to 2 ...

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FCBA Friedman Memorial Lecture on Excellence in Appellate Advocacy from

The Federal Circuit Bar Association's Friedman Memorial Committee will be holding the 2015 Friedman Memorial Lecture on Excellence in Appellate Advocacy on November 20, 2015 at 2:00 pm (ET) at The National Courts ...

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IPLAC IP Law Symposium from

The Intellectual Property Law Association of Chicago (IPLAC) will be holding its annual IP Law Symposium on November 13, 2015 at the Standard Club in Chicago, IL. The Symposium will offer presentations on the following ...

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CBS Sunday Morning on November 8, 2015 from

Charles Osgood mentioned the concept of "fighting chance," related
to the cover story. Lesley Stahl on
Parkinson's Disease. Second, Lee Cowan on photography.
Tracy Smith on Jennifer Connelly. Michelle Miller on
"carved in stone ...

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Key Issues At This Week’s WIPO Committee On IP And Development Meeting from

The World Intellectual Property Organization Committee on Development and Intellectual Property (CDIP) meets this week with a full agenda, including guides on trademark licensing, open innovation networks, and IP commercialisation. Delegates are expected to approve ...

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LDC Coordinator Thanks WTO For ‘Accountability To Humanity’ On Pharma IP from

Last week's decision by a World Trade Organization committee to allow least-developed countries to not apply global IP rules for pharmaceuticals for 17 more years made WTO members accountable to humanity, the coordinator of ...

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Vringo v ZTE: inventive step and the impact of proposed changes to a standard from

From Jan Pot (Brinkhof N.V., Amsterdam) comes news of a recent court battle between Vringo and ZTE, which led to a ruling late last month from the District Court of The Hague. The battlefield ...

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Could Cross-Border Extended Collective Licensing Open Digital Treasure Troves? from

STOCKHOLM -- Libraries and archives are increasingly important in the digital era, but without better access to their vast reservoirs of data and materials for research and education, “we are going to lose out,” Anne Leer ...

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