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Eleonora has keeping IPKat in the loop
as the new rules emergedIPKat's very own Eleonora Rosati has been featured in a recent Financial Times piece, "Old media hopes to benefit from new EU ...

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post image European business urge continued UK involvement in UPC on eve of Competitiveness Council meeting from

Last time the AmeriKat wrote about the
Competitiveness Council and the UPC
she was a mere kitten
It was November 2011.  The AmeriKat was spending her post-trial downtime reporting on the pending unitary patent proposals ...

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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. Medtronic Xomed, Inc. v. Neurovision Medical Products, Inc ...

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WEF On Competitiveness: Openness In Decline, Push In Innovation, Tech Needed from

The world is seeing a decline in openness in economies, the World Economic Forum said in its new Global Competitiveness Report 2016 - 2017. But WEF sees an increased role for technology, innovation and business sophistication ...

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Regional Trade Agreements Address Issues Missed By Multilateralism, Speakers Say from

Although regional trade agreements are increasing, there is no hiding the fact that they are meeting rising resistance from the public and are difficult to negotiate. At the World Trade Organization Public Forum this week ...

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Counsel's Prior Substantial Representation of Manufacturer Does Not Justify Disqualification in Lawsuit Against Manufacturer’s Customers from

The court denied a nonparty manufacturer's motion to disqualify plaintiff's counsel in a case against the manufacturer's customers even though the law firm had previously served as the manufacturer's prosecution and ...

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Unpacking Trade Secret Damages from

Prof. Elizabeth Rowe (Florida) has posted a new article on trade secret damages: Unpacking Trade Secret Damages.   The article looks at outcomes of about 150 federal trade secret lawsuits that went to trial and received ...

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Supreme Court Patent Cases – September 28 Update from

by Dennis Crouch Cooper v. Lee and Cooper v. Square are both ask the same question: whether 35 U.S.C. §318(b) violates Article III of the United States Constitution, to the extent that ...

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US Supreme Court To Examine Outsized Infringement Damages from

Patent infringers are supposed to pay damages, but the award in this case struck many as ridiculous. Some Samsung smartphones contained one or two purely decorative design elements that had been patented by Apple. But ...

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