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

Missed last week’s IP highlights from around the globe? Do not worry, the 181stedition of Never Too Late comes to the rescue!
Feeding the inner genius!Book review: ‘Copyright and Information Privacy ...

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post image Around the IP blogs! from

What’s happening around the IP blogs? Your handy weekly summary is here! This week we have analysis of some of the AIA's less known provisions, comments on the new EU "naughty list" for ...

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post image Monday Miscellany from

It might be Valentine's Day this coming Wednesday but this week might more be about IP lovers than anyone else, given the sheer number of events, job and essays opportunities coming up.


The ...

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Conference <span class="amp">&amp;</span> CLE&nbsp;Calendar from

February 13, 2018 - "Patent Drafting for Machine Learning: Structural Claim Limitations, Avoiding §101 or §112 Rejections" (Strafford) - 1:00 to 2:30 pm (EST) February 13, 2018 - "eMod Update: Patent Center and Structured Text" (U ...

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Actelion Pharmaceuticals, Ltd. v. Matal (Fed. Cir.&nbsp;2018) from

By Donald Zuhn –- Last week, the Federal Circuit affirmed the grant of summary judgment by the District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia in favor of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office with ...

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Plagiarizing principal and&nbsp;Shakespeare? from

The bottom line for a penalty for plagiarizing a graduation speech: a fine and compulsory attendance at a creative writing course:

The state this month ordered former principal Mark Stenner to pay a $750 fine ...

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US 20120190386 and "survey&nbsp;eggs" from

From published US patent application 20120190386 :

[0003] At present, when performing a boundary survey for a particular property, survey instruments are utilized to locate the corners of a property owner's lot. The surveyors often ...

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Remyelination and&nbsp;MS from

From Stem Cells and Cloning: Advances and Applications » Volume 11

A review on stem cell therapy for multiple sclerosis: special focus on human embryonic stem cells

Published 12 February 2018 Volume 2018:11 Pages 1 ...

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Common Interest Doctrine Does Not Protect Communications With Litigation Funder Prior to Written&nbsp;Agreement from

The court overruled plaintiff's objection to the special master's order granting in part defendants' motion to compel the production of documents plaintiff provided to a third party as part of a litigation financing ...

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Why a $1.6B billion law suit for non-payment of royalties is not likely to affect Spotify’s March&nbsp;IPO from

Spotify recently filed confidential plans for an initial public offering to take place on March 31 on the New York Stock Exchange were thrown a curve when it was sued by Wixen Music Publishing for ...

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<span class="dquo">"</span>But nothing can ever truly be deleted on the&nbsp;Internet" from

A post titled Boston police sent Black History Month tribute to Red Auerbach and people were not happy contains the text

But nothing can ever truly be deleted on the Internet.

IPBiz is not so ...

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Appellant Kenneth Hodges prevails at&nbsp;CAFC from

The appellant Hodges got some traction at the CAFC:

Appellant Kenneth Andrew Hodges appeals from examination
of U.S. Patent Application No. 12/906,222
(“’222 application”), in which the Patent Trial and Appeal
Board ...

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