Patent & IP news for July 10, 2016

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CETA: Ripe For Provisional Implementation In January 2018? from

The European Commission on 8 July published the finalized Comprehensive Economic Canada-EU Trade Agreement (CETA) and formally proposed to Council to sign the agreement, pushing for provisional implementation amidst ongoing discussions over competency issues with ...

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CBS Sunday Morning on July 10, 2016 goofs on the Tesla story from

The CBS Sunday Morning Almanac feature was directed to the birthday of Nikola Tesla on July 10, 1856. The Almanac text included:

[Tesla] went to work for Thomas Edison, but soon split with him over ...

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Plagiarism leads to retraction of 2002 paper from Springer’s Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology from

An article ‘The Nitrile — degrading enzymes: Current Status and future prospects’ by Prof A Banerjee, Prof Rohit Sharma and Prof U C Banerjee has been retracted from Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology because portions of other ...

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Proterra charging system for electric buses: look ma, no patents! from

The Proterra patent strategy evokes that of Tesla:

As neat as the [Proterra] charging system is, the fact that it won't be a proprietary walled garden is even neater. Says Popple:

We're growing ...

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Patenting From China from

The new China-Patenting article from Jay Kesan, Alan Marco, and Richard Miller offers some interesting insight on developments in how Chinese innovators are using the patent system. The “More than Bric-a-Brac” article particularly focuses on ...

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Conference & CLE Calendar from

July 12, 2016 - "Conflicts in Patent Prosecution: Avoiding the Ethical Pitfalls -- Minimizing Risks of Malpractice Liability and Ethics Sanctions" (Strafford) - 1:00 to 2:30 pm (EDT) July 12, 2016 - Patent Quality Chat webinar series ...

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Senate Passes GMO Food Labeling Legislation from

By Donald Zuhn -- Earlier this month, the Senate passed legislation (S. 764) that would amend the Agricultural Marketing Act of 1946 to require the Secretary of Agriculture to establish a national disclosure standard for bioengineered ...

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