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post image Stockholm District Court refuses to issue blocking injunction against access provider from

No block for Klas In a recent judgment [briefly commented by IPKat here], the Stockholm District Court rejected an application to issue an injunction against Swedish internet access provider ‘Bredbandsbolaget’ (B2) to block access to ...

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post image Online image search: does France think that the best way to help copyright owners is to deprive them of their rights? from

Adding layer after layer:
always a good idea?
As readers will know, this blog has been following with some passion developments leading to the introduction of new layers of protection - in the form of ...

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post image A Monsanto case that could alter the dynamics of technology transfer to India from

The IPKat is delighted to receive this guest post from long time Katfriend and sometime blogger Prashant Reddy (details at the end of the post).
For the last several months Monsanto and Indian seed companies ...

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USPTO Issues Performance and Accountability Report for FY 2015 from

By Donald Zuhn -- The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office recently released its Performance and Accountability Report for Fiscal Year (FY) 2015. In describing the USPTO's strategic and performance-planning framework, the 2015 report begins ...

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Alleged R&D Costs: Not A Transparent Driver Of Drug Prices from

Whether laws enforcing transparency on costs would help curb extortionate drug prices in today’s world is hardly predictable now that pharma companies and their allies are lobbying governments to scupper any rules that would ...

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Expert’s Failure to Disclose Relied Upon Materials Warrants Mistrial from

The court denied defendant's motion to strike the testimony and reports of plaintiff's reverse engineering expert that were based on previously undisclosed EEL and EDS scans, but ordered a mistrial on two patents-in-suit ...

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WHO To Hold Stakeholder Consultation On Status Of Zika Research Next Week from

The World Health Organization has announced it will hold a closed-door, three-day consultation with key stakeholders next week in Geneva to discuss the current status of clinical research into the Zika virus.

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TRIPS Council: Differing Views On IP Education; New Database Project Launched from

Discussions on the worth of intellectual property for innovation and development have been a recurring agenda item during recent meetings of the World Trade Organization committee on intellectual property. This week, education and how it ...

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Apple-FBI Case Has “Serious Global Ramifications,” UN Human Rights Chief Says from

The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein, today issued a statement urged United States law enforcement authorities to exercise caution in their legal fight against Apple computer company, saying ...

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Named on 40+ patents chemist sleeps his car on a Brooklyn Street from

For more than a year a man slept in his SUV parked on the upscale Park Slope section of Brooklyn. The man, call him Gene, a Ph.D. an organic chemist who did his post-doctoral ...

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Pending Supreme Court Patent Cases 2016 (March 4 Update) from

by Dennis Crouch Earlier this week, the University of Missouri Law Review held its annual symposium – this year focusing on the Future of the Administrative State.  That future is a primary front of challenge in ...

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Patentlyo Bits and Bytes by Anthony McCain from

Kira: Sounds Emitted By 3D Printers Could Put Intellectual Property At Risk Donald Zuhn: USPTO Issues Performance And Accountability Report Robert Schaffer & Joseph Robinson: CAFC Reaffirms PTAB Discretion Not To Address All Claims In IPR ...

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