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post image New IP law titles: from EU copyright to ISP liability from

For some odd reasons, it seems that many good IP titles are being released at a time of the year when - at least in the Northern hemisphere - the attention for anything that relates to IP ...

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Willful Infringement Following Six-Year Period of Intervening Rights Does Not Justify Enhanced Damages from

Following a jury verdict of willful infringement, the court denied plaintiff's motion for enhanced damages because of defendant's absolute intervening rights defense. "At the summary judgment stage, the Court granted [defendant's] motion ...

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Personalized Nutrition Information Patent Deemed Unpatentable Under 35 U.S.C. § 101 from

In a final written decision, the Board found claims of a patent directed to a computerized method and system to provide personalized nutritional information to consumers unpatentable under 35 U.S.C. § 101. "Relying on ...

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USPTO Launches Cancer Moonshot Challenge from

The following was originally published on the USPTO Director’s Blog and is a guest post by USPTO Chief of Staff Vikrum Aiyer and Senior Advisor Thomas A. Beach The USPTO is playing an important ...

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New US Government Source Code Policy Could Provide Model For Europe from

The United States government this month published its new federal source code policy to allow government-wide access to custom source code developed by or for any agency of the federal government. The policy, which aims ...

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IP Osgoode Call for Applications from

We are pleased to announce a call for applications for a number of exciting opportunities with IP Osgoode including IPilogue Editors and Innovation Clinic Fellows. See below for more information. CALL FOR IPILOGUE EDITORS Deadline ...

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WHO Africa Region Address Strategies On Counterfeits, Malaria, Hepatitis from

The 47 members of the World Health Organization African region this week adopted or considered a series of measures aimed at fighting substandard and counterfeit medical products, eliminating malaria and viral hepatitis, and setting a ...

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The President of Mexico, Enrique Peña Nieto, accused of plagiarism while in law school from

As reported by the New York Times, and others, Carmen Aristegui has written a report suggesting that
the current Mexican president, Enrique Peña Nieto, plagiarized work while a law school student.

The Times article observed ...

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PTAB Life Sciences Report from

By John Cravero and Richard Martin -- About the PTAB Life Sciences Report: Each week we will report on recent developments at the PTAB involving life sciences patents. Koios Pharmaceuticals LLC v. Medac Geselleschaft Fuer Klinische ...

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