Patent & IP news for April 14, 2017

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What’s going on around the IP blogosphere of late:
It's time for Africa!USA: Fox Television Stations, Inc. v. AereoKiller, LLC, United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit, No. 15-56420, 21 March 2017 ...

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Industry Group Nears Completion Of List Of Geographical Indications Worldwide from

A private sector project to identify and compile all geographical indications in the world in a database is expected to be completed in the fall. The compilation is aimed at helping intellectual property professionals, trademark ...

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Strong Application Of GIs May Be Detrimental To Generic Products, Speakers Say from

The protection of geographical indications could impede the ability of long-term producers to continue using what they consider as being generic names, according to several speakers at an event last month at the World Intellectual ...

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Defendant’s Multiplication of Proceedings No Basis for Reducing Attorney Fees Award for Plaintiff’s Exceptionally Weak Claims from

The court granted in part defendant's requested attorney fees under 35 U.S.C. § 285 and rejected plaintiffs' objection that the fees should be reduced on the ground that defendant unreasonably multiplied the proceedings ...

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Core Wireless loses appeal against Apple at CAFC from

From the beginning of the decision:

This appeal arises from a patent infringement action
brought in the United States District Court for the Eastern
District of Texas. The plaintiff, Core Wireless Licensing
S.a.r ...

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