Patent & IP news for April 3, 2017

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post image Dean Lyrissa Lidsky from

I am very happy to announce that Internet-Speech focused law professor Lyrissa Lidsky has been named the new Dean of the University of Missouri School of Law.  Lidsky is currently Associate Dean and Chaired Professor ...

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post image French court rules that resale right royalty must be only paid by sellers from

Latest French ruling causes agitation
in the art world
Among the areas of copyright harmonized at the EU level there is the so called 'droit de suite' (also known as 'resale right' or 'artist's ...

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Special Report: Will The Internet Of Things Need New Patenting/Licensing Strategies? from

The Internet of Things (IoT), which will connect billions of devices in coming years, may offer incredible opportunities for businesses and consumers but it also raises significant intellectual property issues, IP lawyers, mobile operators and ...

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Technical Expert Unqualified to Offer Opinion on Apportionment Value from

The court granted in part defendant's motion to exclude the testimony of plaintiff's technical expert regarding apportionment as unqualified. "An apportionment analysis is performed as part of a damages calculation. As such, there ...

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Modified Opinion: Federal Circuit Won’t Enjoin Non-Party from

Asetek Danmark v. CMI USA (“Cooler Master”) (Fed. Cir. 2017) The Federal Circuit has updated its original decision in Asetek, with Judge Prost deleting her dissent and her points being incorporated into the majority opinion ...

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WIPO Committee Moves Ahead On Country Names, Tech Designs, Not GIs from

Establishing a work programme on geographical indications at the World Intellectual Property Organization last week proved elusive. A tentative text and time frame by the chair of the committee on trademark and geographical indications (GIs ...

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Report Finds Wide Gap In Pharma Companies’ Profits And Spending On R&D from

A new report from Public Citizen, the US-based consumer rights advocacy group, shows that the 20 largest pharmaceutical corporations are spending significantly less on research and development of new medicines than they are making in ...

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CAFC discusses injunctions in Asetek v. CMI from

The basic issue in the case:

Asetek’s claims of infringement
by CMI USA (hereafter “CMI”), and CMI’s invalidity
counterclaims, were tried partly to a jury and partly to
the court. Asetek prevailed and ...

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