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

This kitten is delighted to bring you the last edition in 2016 of Never Too Late, number 128!
Ready to celebrate New Year's EveSunday SurprisesInternKat Tian Lu recaps forthcoming events, Geneva ...

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post image Passing off the National Guild of Removers and Storers from

Can you avoid passing off by not using a logo?The National Guild of Removers and Storers (or NGRS), a UK trade association, has been one of the main users of the new PCC (now ...

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post image Fuss over function: In case you missed the annual IP-World Christmas party from

For IPKat readers who could not actually attend the annual office Christmas party at IP-World, Kat Friend Matthew James Elsmore of Aarhus University in Denmark has provided his account of these imagined festivities.

Part I ...

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Request for Permanent Injunction Precluding ANDA Infringer’s Pre-Launch Commercialization Activities Denied from

Following a bench trial, the court denied plaintiffs' motion for a permanent injunction precluding infringement of its contraceptive drug patent because plaintiff failed to establish irreparable harm or inadequate remedies at law. "The parties agree ...

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White v. Dunbar Sesquicentennial from

An advocate noted in a recent oral argument at the Federal Circuit that we are celebrating the 150th anniversary of White v. Dunbar.  White v. Dunbar is known for its “nose of wax” statement.  The ...

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