Patent & IP news for July 14, 2016

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post image Conference Report: Should you arbitrate FRAND rates? from

The AmeriKat in standard essential formAt the last day of June, the First Joint Seminar on SEP/FRAND Mediation and Arbitration co-organised by Queen Mary University of London’s School of International Arbitration (SIA ...

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post image Next Gen: How Docket Navigator and Judge Alsup Help Young Attorneys from

In the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California (N.D. Cal.), an opportunity for law firm associates without many years of experience has opened up in a case being argued before ...

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No Prohibition on Laudatory Comments Regarding the PTO at Trial from

The court granted plaintiff's motion in limine to preclude defendant from making derogatory statements about the PTO as unduly prejudicial and denied defendant's reciprocal motion to preclude plaintiff from making laudatory comments about ...

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Sales Activity: MedCo, Helsinn, and the AIA from

by Dennis Crouch In The Medicines Co. v. Hospira an en banc Federal Circuit confirmed the validity of MedCo’s Angiomax product-by-process patent claims over an on-sale challenge. More than one-year before filing the patent ...

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For UNCTAD Ministerial, NGOs Call For Development Focus, Not Trade Rules Enforcement from

Days before a major meeting of the governing body of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), over 100 non-governmental organisations worldwide are calling for the organisation to maintain its development role and ...

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