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post image Never Too Late: If you missed The IPKat last week from

IPKat was always a teacher's petToo busy with the back to school season to follow IPKat last week? It's Never Too Late, and the 112th edition is here with what you missed ...

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Once again, the question: does the patent system need to be justified on the basis of innovation? This time it was asked by two of America’s most prominent scholars of the patent system, Professor ...

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Blockchain Technology Raises Challenging IP Issues Say Speakers from

Blockchains, such as the well-known bitcoin, are not yet well-defined but are creating a lot of hype, speakers at a 23 August Intellectual Property Owners' Association webinar said. Two things are clear so far, they ...

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Supreme Court Patent Cases: Previewing the October Term 2016 from

by Dennis Crouch When the Supreme Court’s October 2016 Term begins in a few weeks, its first patent hearing will be the design patent damages case of Samsung v. Apple. In Samsung, the Court ...

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Oxford Immunotec Ltd. v. Qiagen, Inc. (D. Mass. 2016) from

Magistrate Recommends That Defendants' Motion to Dismiss Be Allowed for Kit Claims and Denied for Method Claims By Donald Zuhn -- Last month, in Oxford Immunotec Ltd. v. Qiagen, Inc., Magistrate Judge Donald L. Cabell of ...

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