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The IPKat loves his European colleagues
Dear Europe

We are sorry.

Not one person in the IPKat team wanted to be writing this post this morning.  Least of all, me.  Despite my moniker, I have ...

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post image Supreme Court Cuozzo Decision Maintains Broadest Reasonable Construction of Claim Terms in Patent Inter Partes Reviews from

Ann Robl

In its June 20, 2016, decision in Cuozzo Speed Technologies v. Lee, the U.S. Supreme Court confirmed the USPTO’s authority to decide to use the broadest reasonable construction for claim terms ...

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MAG Aerospace Industries, Inc. v. B/E Aerospace, Inc. (Fed. Cir. 2016) from

Equitable Assignor Estoppel Doctrine Expanded by Federal Circuit By Kevin E. Noonan -- Arcane aspects of the law are frequently analogized as constituting "traps for the unwary," and patent law seems to have more than its ...

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ARIPO Reviews Draft Regulations On Implementation Of Arusha Protocol On Plant Varieties from

The African Regional Intellectual Property Organization (ARIPO) last week hosted a meeting of experts in Harare, Zimbabwe, to review the Draft Regulations for the Implementation of the Arusha Protocol for the Protection of New Varieties ...

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Halo Does Not Prohibit Jury Finding of Willfulness from

The court denied defendant's motion for judgment as a matter of law that it did not willfully infringe plaintiff's capacitor patent and rejected defendant's argument that the jury finding of willful infringement ...

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UK “Brexit” Leaves IP Community With Many Unanswered Questions from

Britons' 23 June decision to pull out of the European Union has caused shock waves in the UK and Europe, and the vote is still being digested. Early reactions from members of the intellectual property ...

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OECD Ministerial On Internet Wraps Up: Openness A Concern from

The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) should not wait 8 or 10 years before its next Internet Ministerial, said OECD Secretary General Angel Gurria at the closing session in Cancun Mexico yesterday. Gurria ...

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