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post image Google's fair use defence succeeds against Oracle's copyright infringement claim from

After a 6 year legal battle, Google has emerged victorious against a claim of copyright infringement. Oracle argued that Google had infringed copyright in 37 of their Java application programming interfaces (APIs), by using them ...

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post image Communication to the public: is that the effect that finally matters? from

Fig. 1: The concept of ‘communication to the public’ in CJEU case lawThe IPKat is delighted to host the following guest contribution by Olena Butriy (University

of Groningen) on the right of communication to ...

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Bloomberg/BNA Releases Report on Biopharma IPRs from

By Kevin E. Noonan -- As part of a session on the effects of inter partes review on biopharma patents presented today at the 2016 BIO International Convention, Bloomberg/BNA released a report on more than ...

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Antibiotic Resistance “Already Here” And Pipeline Is Dry, UK Health Minister Tells UN from

NEW YORK -- An estimated one million people may already die each year because they are resistant to all known antibiotics, and the number could reach 10 million per year and devastate the world economy by ...

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Special Report: Roundup Of US Copyright Office Review Of Copyright Law from

The United States Copyright Office is examining how provisions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) and the 1976 Copyright Act are working and whether any changes, legislative or otherwise, are needed. Not surprisingly, there ...

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Electronic Message Delivery Patents Not Invalid Under 35 U.S.C. § 101 from

The court denied plaintiff's motion for judgment on the pleadings that defendant's electronic message delivery patents encompassed unpatentable subject matter because the claims did not lack an inventive concept. "[Plaintiff] argues that the ...

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Claim Limits and Differences from

Indacon v. Facebook, App. No. 15-1129 (Fed. Cir. 2016) Indacon’s U.S. Patent No. 6,834,276 covers an improved database system that adds “custom links” so that instances of a “link term” would ...

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