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post image Charting Inventorship: Teams Get the Prize from

The primary goal of the patent system is to encourage innovation – “promote the Progress of Science and useful Arts.”  For me, the nature of inventorship is a fascinating pursuit: what are the factors that lead ...

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The Devil Wear's Prada film clipArts schools are a natural but underused environment to discuss the art in the artistic works of IP.  Yesterday’s CREATe and Goldsmiths-hosted event at Glasgow School of ...

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Dunlap Codding is a founding partner of IgniteOKC and has been an integral player in IgniteOKC’s growth and sustainability since its local inception in 2009. Elizabeth Lauderback

IgniteOKC returns for a night of ideas ...

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post image Is the UPC's Code of Conduct "fit for purpose"? CCBE encourages Preparatory Committee to re-evaulate from

Merpel's state of play prior to reading CCBE's
letter about the draft UPC Code of Conduct
Merpel has many rules.  One of them is that she does not work on a Friday, especially ...

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International Chamber of Commerce report on Specialised IP Jurisdictions
IPKat keeping up with all things internationalThe report, published last week, compares the experiences of IP litigators and businesses in 24 countries, 19 of which ...

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PTAB Final Written Decision Invalidating Patents-in-Suit Does Not Justify Rule 60 Relief from Judgment of Infringement from

The magistrate judge recommended denying defendant's motion for relief from judgment under Rule 60 and rejected defendant's argument that enforcing judgment after an appeal and remand would be unjust because the PTAB recently ...

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Rule 36 Opinions Still Being Relied Upon from

It is interesting that in the May 2016 Subject Matter Eligibility Guidance, the USPTO continues to rely upon Rule 36 opinions as being instructive.  The Federal Circuit does not always address all issues on appeal ...

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