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post image To tub, or not to tub? Last chance to comment on Civil Justice Council's expert hot-tubbing survey from

Baths are scary enough without
Hot-tubbing.  Warm water.  Fresh air.  View of the mountains.  Bubbles disguising any flabby bits.  What is not to love?  Nothing or possibly everything when viewed in the context of ...

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Information Technology has seen the most innovation this yearThomson Reuters 2016 State of Innovation Study. Innovation is moving forward at a record pace, according to this year's report from Thomson Reuters. Global innovation ...

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post image IP wrangling delays Mourinho's anointment as new Manchester United manager from

This Kat was busy obtaining his daily fix of sports news on the BBC website when he spotted an unusual headline - 'Jose Mourinho Image Rights Hold Up Manchester United Deal.' 

Jose Mourinho and his agent ...

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G7, In Japan, Put Their Heads Together Over Crises from

Eight ministerial meetings have prepared a fat stack of paper, the “sherpas” have nearly concluded their work, and civil society once more has passed its own resolution on how they propose to tackle the most ...

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Amending Pharmaceutical Industry Practices Can Build Trust, Panellists Say from

At a side event to this week's World Health Assembly, GlaxoSmithKline detailed measures taken by the company to dispel the perception of conflict of interest, and build trust, including amending the ways its sales ...

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WHA: Framework On Pandemic Flu Preparedness Praised; Vaccine Production Still Short from

Adopted five years ago, the World Health Organization Pandemic Influenza Preparedness (PIP) Framework is currently undergoing its first review. Member states gathered in committee at the World Health Assembly yesterday mostly expressed support for the ...

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Shift In R&D Discussions At This Week’s WHA from

Public health advocates – and many nations – had high hopes that this year’s World Health Assembly could finally agree on some alternative ways to fund research and development that leads to affordable medical products by ...

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Wegner’s Top Ten Pending Patent Cases from

Hal Wegner has updated his top-ten list of pending cases: Impression Products v. Lexmark (cert petition pending) (post-sale and international exhaustion) Sequenom v. Ariosa Diagnostics (cert petition pending) (patent eligibility) Samsung v. Apple (cert granted ...

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Court Report from

By Sherri Oslick -- About Court Report: Each week we will report briefly on recently filed biotech and pharma cases. Ventana Medical Systems, Inc. v. Hologic, Inc. 3:16-cv-02703; filed May 18, 2016 in the Northern ...

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USPTO Issues Memorandum Regarding Enfish and TLI from

By Michael Borella -- On the heels of the Federal Circuit handing down two subject matter eligibility decisions regarding software, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has published a memo to its examining corps regarding ...

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