Patent & IP news for March 2, 2017

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post image Will the Arrow hit the Humira target? Find out tomorrow! from

Will FKB finally catch their mouse?For years the AmeriKat has been a keen prowler of the Daily Cause list, not only because she needs to know what courtroom she is in, but because you ...

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post image "Kit Kat" finger shape marks: this time in Singapore from

The Singapore Court of Appeal in Societe Des Produits Nestlé SA and anor v Petra Foods Limited and anor [2016] SGCA 64 recently affirmed a previous High Court decision that Nestlé’s two-finger and four-finger ...

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What do you do when a defendant fails to participate in proceedings relating to an account of profit for trade mark infringement? Rely upon uncontested evidence and raise a glass of celebratory champagne of course ...

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Bloomberg and AIPLA Conduct Survey on Attitudes about PTAB from

By Kevin E. Noonan -- Earlier this month, Bloomberg Law and the American Intellectual Property Law Association released a report entitled "Patent Owners, Petitioners not Far Apart on PTAB Value." This report was the result of ...

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“We’re talking about . . . evidence” from

It is no secret that the Supreme Court has made a dog’s breakfast out of 35 U.S.C. §101.  But, the Federal Circuit’s jurisprudence in this area of the law has not ...

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Unauthorised Streaming Of TV Broadcasts Breaches Copyright, EU High Court Rules from

Internet television broadcasting service TVCatchup (TVC) may not offer live streams of free-to-air TV broadcasts without permission, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) said in a 1 March judgment.

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Two events in March from

There are two more exciting events coming up in March that this moggy would like to share with IPKat readers.

The Unified Patent Court and the UK. A Glimmer of Hope for a Softish Brexit ...

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Indigenous Peoples At WIPO Call For Respect Of Their Sovereign Rights, Prevention Of Cultural Genocide from

A panel of indigenous peoples speaking at the United Nations World Intellectual Property Organization on a potential treaty protecting their folklore from misappropriation asked that indigenous culture be recognised as unique, and not unduly considered ...

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Text Protecting Indigenous Cultural Expressions Streamlined At WIPO, But Divergence Persists from

Renewed discussions on the protection of traditional cultural expressions at the World Intellectual Property Organization have produced a new draft text that provides a clearer view of the different ways in which countries see a ...

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Foreign Language Documents Not Exempt From Discovery Obligations from

The court partially granted plaintiff's motion to compel the production of defendant's communications with third parties that referred to plaintiff or the patent-in-suit and rejected defendant's argument that it was not obligated ...

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