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The European IP Institutes Network (EIPIN), a consortium of leading research and training centres in intellectual property (IP), has been awarded a prestigious Horizon 2020 grant, under the Marie Skłodowska Curie Action ITN-EJD. 
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post image Never Too Late: If you missed the IPKat last week! from

Been away and want to catch up on last week's IP news? No problem! As always, the IPKat is here to bring you a quick summary -- the 129th edition of Never Too Late.
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Marques Class 46 
Madrid at 125: the Year in ReviewSome cynics might say that this isn't much to celebrate, since the original Agreement was little better than useless for the vast majority of ...

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Could a patent attorney (prosecution or litigation) lend pro bono help to Techdirt's Mike Masnick? from

This morning I have just become aware of a Hollywood Reporter article on a defamation lawsuit (complaint, PDF) against the company behind and the principal author (Mike Masnick) of the Techdirt website brought by Dr ...

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ARIPO Amends Protocol On Patents, Utility Models And Designs from

The Harare Protocol on Patents, Industrial Designs and Utility Models has been amended. The amendments were adopted by the 40th Session of the African Regional Intellectual Property Organization (ARIPO) Administrative Council, and came into operational ...

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UN Establishes Technology Bank For Least-Developed Countries, Including An IP Bank from

The United Nations has established a “technology bank” for least-developed countries that aims to strengthen the science, technology and innovation capacity of LDCs that includes better management of intellectual property rights.

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Tunneling Client Access Point Patent Not Invalid Under 35 U.S.C. § 101 from

The court denied defendants' motion for summary judgment of invalidity because defendant failed to show that plaintiff’s tunneling client access point patent was directed toward an abstract idea. "[Defendant] argues claim 1 of the ...

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CAFC addresses sanctions in Walker v. Health International from D. Colorado from

The outcome:

Andre Walker appeals from the final judgment of the
United States District Court for the District of Colorado
awarding sanctions for Walker’s vexatious actions in
continuing to litigate after the parties settled ...

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D. Delaware grants permanent injunction against Praluent but delays imposition for 30 days so appeal to CAFC can be made from

See the post Regeneron Cholesterol-Lowering Drug Banned From U.S. Market in Stunning Loss to Amgen in Patent Case , which includes the following, somewhat backwards text:

The judge went further, ruling Regeneron "demonstrated irreparable harm ...

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