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This Kat first joined the IPKat blog in 2012: the following year, the blog celebrated its 10 year anniversary and passed 9 million page views on the page view counter (which can be seen on ...

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Stuart RankinBorrowing from Adam Jaffe and Josh Lerner's 2004 book, Innovation and its Discontents, an emerging discourse in innovation economics is highlighting more and more the negative impacts of the intense ...

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Oh come, all ye faithful, for the late summer conference season is in full swing.  This Kat has two conferences down, and one to go, for a total of nine conference days in two weeks ...

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Further to last week's  GS Media decision [hereherehere], the IPKat and Bristowspartnered together for a rapid response event to discuss some of the resulting relevant issues. The event was held ...

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Dunlap Codding is honored to partner once again with the Oklahoma Film + Music Office to spread the word of the booming creativity abounding in our state. This time we are headed to Music ...

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USPTO Announces Changes to EFS-Web Payments for Deposit Accounts and EFTs from

By Donald Zuhn –- In a Patent Alert email distributed earlier today, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office announced that beginning on Monday, October 17, 2016, EFS-Web users who wish to use a deposit account ...

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Changes In Music Listening: Survey Finds Streaming Improves; Stream Ripping The New Infringement from

Industry research on music consumer behaviour has found changes in practices of accessing and listening to music. It has been found that, whilst paid audio streaming services grew, copyright infringement remains a significant problem.

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Antimicrobial Resistance A ‘Global Societal Challenge And Threat’, WHO Official Says from

Antimicrobial resistance had in the last decades emerged as a health issue, but only in the last couple of years has there been an understanding that we are facing a “global societal challenge and threat ...

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Despite Ongoing Efforts, USPTO Still Faces Patent Quality Issues from

The US Patent and Trademark Office continues to face claims of low patent quality despite a major initiative to address the situation. The agency has been the subject of several critical reports by oversight agencies ...

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Cursory Jury Deliberation Does Not Justify New Trial from

The court denied plaintiff's motion for new trial because of the jury's "cursory" deliberations after a five-day trial. "[Plaintiff] argues that the jury deliberations took only 45 minutes, and '[t]hese cursory 'deliberations ...

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Post-election “Patent Law & Policy” conference to be held in Washington from

Many businesses are wondering what the patent terrain will look like after the U.S. elections in November. Will further reforms will be forthcoming, or will there be a move toward stronger patents and greater ...

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Patentlyo Bits and Bytes by Anthony McCain from

Kate Gaudry & Thomas Franklin: The AIA’s First-To File Transition SHOULD Have Resulted In More Provisional Filings Lorelei Laird: Do Memes Violate Copyright Law? Hean Koo & James Gatto: Federal Circuit Is In Sync With Patent ...

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Federal Circuit on PTAB Initiation Decisions: Still No Appeal … from

Wi-Fi One v. Broadcom (Fed. Cir. 2016) Wi-Fi One is the new owner of Ericcson’s U.S. Patent No. 6,772,215 that covers a method for encoding and sending packet-receipt error messages over ...

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