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post image EU General Data Protection Regulation – Part I from

Former Guest Kat Valentina Torelli has taken a close look at the new General Data Protection Regulation. In this post and a future one, she will share her insights on what to expect and what ...

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post image Kasting Kall - InternKats from

Have you got the K-factor? As our fabulous InternKats Eleanor and Nick finish up their stint, it's time for another round!

The IPKat team is looking for 2 keen intellectual property enthusiasts to fill ...

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post image My My Mylan: The Trademark Silver Lining for Mylan's EPIPEN from

Mylan Pharmaceuticals received a huge amount of press in the United States recently.  Why so much (negative) attention?  Mylan is under heavy criticism for raising the price of its popular and very useful--even life saving--EPIPEN ...

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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. Illumina, Inc. v. Scripps Research Institute PTAB Petition ...

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What the pH? A closer look at Hospira v Cubist and daptomycin micelles from

The IPKat posted a report earlier this week of the case Hospira v Cubist, in which three patents belonging to Cubist were revoked by Mr Justice Carr.  A kind reader commented expressing the opinion that ...

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US Industry Warns Of Restrictive Policies In ICTs, Including On IP Rights from

“Serious concerns” have been raised by the United States Chamber of Commerce that policy measures increasingly restrict investment in the information and communications technology (ICT) sector, following its comprehensive examination of ICT laws and policies ...

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Industry Proposals Contrary To Spirit Of Marrakesh Treaty, Libraries Say from

An international group of librarians has warned that rights holder organisations in some countries are promoting provisions that restrict and impede the access envisaged by the Marrakesh Treaty providing exceptions to copyrighted works for visually ...

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How Can Two Access and Benefit Sharing International Instruments Coexist For Public Health Benefits from

Will an international instrument protecting genetic resources get in the way of the world’s preparedness to fend off the next influenza pandemic? This is one of the questions left open for a group of ...

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Committee Recommends ‘High Priority’ Changes To WIPO Oversight Charter from

The World Intellectual Property Organization Program and Budget Committee (PBC) this week agreed to recommend changes to the UN agency’s Internal Oversight Charter as a high priority by next month, including to strengthen investigatory ...

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