Patent & IP news for November 22, 2015

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post image First AIA Lawsuits from

by Dennis Crouch In one of the first lawsuits involving an AIA patent is Tinnus Enterprises, LLC et al v. Telebrands Corporation et al., 15-cv-00551 (E.D.Tex. 2015).  In that case, Tinnus alleges that ...

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post image Digital files "property", says court in "female patronage" case from

From Katfriend Ken Moon (IP/IT consultant to AJ Park, Auckland, New Zealand) comes this most helpful analysis of Jonathan Dixon v The Queen [2015] NZSC 147, New Zealand Supreme Court ruling that goes ...

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post image IP Enforcement and Anti-Counterfeiting in China: A ‘Golden Era’ of Progress? from

The AmeriKat understood the importance of becoming familiar
with one's territory...
Several weeks ago, while the AmeriKat was recovering from physical and mental jet lag after her AIPPI trip to Brazil and trying to ...

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post image Risotto ruling, or how our Italian friends enjoy themselves ... from

From Katfriend Anna Maria Stein comes a report of a truly fun event, though it has a thoroughly serious dimension to it. This event, hosted in the Triennale Museum, Milan, was a mock trial of ...

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post image Munch ado about nothing? Oslo City Council seeks iconic registrations from

Last Monday, in "Night Watch, Why Not? The art of trade mark application", this weblog hosted an amusing guest piece by Bas Kist on his firm's decision to apply to register the Rembrandt masterpiece ...

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CBS Sunday Morning on November 22, 2015 from

Charles Osgood, with a red handkerchief, introduces the food issue.
Mark Strassman does the cover story on homegrown food. A beautiful day in the agrahood.
Susan Spencer, then Jane Pauley. Story on the Red Rooster ...

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Nigeria Prepares To Revamp Its Copyright System For The Digital Age from

Draft rules updating Nigeria's copyright law regime are expected to be submitted to Parliament in 2016, Nigerian Copyright Commission (NCC) Regulatory Department Head Michael Akpan said. While the provisions have already been thoroughly vetted ...

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Plagiarism continues unabated in -business school admissions essays from

Sad but true. In spite of all the plagiarism detection software being used, applicants to business school are
still submitting admission essays which are copied.


which notes ...

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