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October 2, 2013

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50 new results for Intellectual Property

Intellectual property changes Fresh Business Thinking

The Patents County Court has been renamed the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court (IPEC) after changes came into force today (Tuesday). The Court will 

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Samsung, Louboutin, Humane Society: Intellectual Property Businessweek

Samsung Electronics Co. (005930), the world’s biggest maker of smartphones, offered to settle a European Union probe into whether it tried to use 

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Guccione, ‘Raging Bull,’ Woodpecker: Intellectual Property Businessweek

The U.S. Supreme Court will hear two appeals that would make it easier for targets of patent suits to collect attorneys’ fees, agreeing to consider steps that some 

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Financial Post

Google, Humane Society, Zynga: Intellectual Property Bloomberg

Google Inc. (GOOG)’s Motorola Mobility (MMI) unit will respond to European Union accusations that it used patents to hinder competitors, including Apple Inc.

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Visa, Starbucks, SeaWorld, Largan: Intellectual Property Bloomberg

Visa Inc. and MasterCard Inc. won a tentative court ruling they don’t infringe a patent owned by SmartMetric Inc., a technology development company that seeks 

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Creating Intellectual Property is Hard; Losing It to Uncle Sam is Easy The National Law Review

Companies invest vast resources in the development of intellectual property with the legitimate expectation that they will be the principal, if not exclusive, 

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Benefits of Intellectual Property Rights to Innovators AllAfrica.com

The impact of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) protection in Zambia has provided some insights on how it affects trade, Foreign Direct Investment and economic 

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Rochester firms work to protect intellectual property Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

Jen Indovina of Tenrehte Technologies Inc. and Jon Paul Boucher of Ashly Audio teams up to manufacture the PICOwatt, a wireless device design to monitor 

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Samsung, Louboutin, Humane Society: Intellectual Property Bloomberg Law

(MSFT), Apple and Samsung trade victories in divergent court rulings across the world on intellectual property. Almunia has said he’s targeting “rules of the 

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NDTV

Dainippon, Google, Apple, Dogfish: Intellectual Property Bloomberg

Dainippon Sumitomo Pharma Co.’s Sunovion won an appeals court ruling that Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories Ltd.’s generic version of the sleep aid Lunesta would 

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B2B: Anti-Monopoly Legislation and Intellectual Property The Moscow Times

Over the past few months numerous attempts have been made to extend anti-monopoly legislation to intellectual property (IP) and means of identification.

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Traklight Partners With Infusionsoft to Help Businesses Identify and Consumer Electronics Net

PHOENIX, AZ — (Marketwired) — 09/30/13 — Traklight, LLC, provider of online software and tools to easily identify and secure intellectual property (IP), recently 

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Unfinished video game from Schilling’s 38 Studios, other intellectual Washington Post

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — The video game under development when Curt Schilling’s 38 Studios went bankrupt is headed to the auction block. The formal marketing 

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Rochester firms work to protect intellectual property Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

So, unlike a large established company with its own legal staff and lots of experience maintaining an intellectual property portfolio, startups need a well thought 

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Google, Humane Society, Zynga, Yahoo!: Intellectual Property Businessweek

Google Inc. (GOOG:US)’s Motorola Mobility (MMI:US) unit will respond to European Union accusations that it used patents to hinder competitors, including Apple 

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Obama, India PM talk Miss America, skip intellectual property issue Washington Times

In a meeting Friday with India’s prime minister, President Obama talked about the new Miss America but apparently didn’t address the U.S. business 

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Washington Times

Gaming Industry News: Extraordinary Business Opportunity Wall Street Journal

Gaming Industry News: Extraordinary Business Opportunity Including All Intellectual Property Rights of 38 Studios and Big Huge Games to Be Auctioned by 

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New report on British Intellectual Property laws criticises UK MobyLives

In a new report by the Culture, Media and Sport Committee, entitled “Supporting the Creative Economy”, the committee has strongly criticized the Hargreaves 

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Traklight Partners With Infusionsoft to Help Businesses Identify and DigitalJournal.com

PHOENIX, AZ–(Marketwired – Sep 30, 2013) – Traklight, LLC, provider of online software and tools to easily identify and secure intellectual property (IP), recently 

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Conference on Creating and Leveraging Intellectual Property in Patent Docs

The Authors and Contributors of “Patent Docs” are patent attorneys and agents who hold doctorates in a diverse array of biotech and chemical disciplines.

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Unfinished video game from Schilling’s 38 Studios, other intellectual The Republic

Heritage Global Partners on Friday began formally marketing the “massively multiplayer online” game and other intellectual property belonging to 38 Studios.

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Director General of the World Intellectual Property Organization:: Invest in Australia

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop and Minister for Trade and Investment Andrew Robb today announced that Australia has nominated Dr Francis Gurry for 

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3D printing technology will be an intellectual property nightmare InsideCounsel

In his short story collection Overclocked, sci-fi writer Cory Doctorow posited a world where 3D printing technology had crashed the world economy. While we are 

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IPXI(R) Hosts First Annual Members Meeting Featuring David Wall Street Journal

26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Intellectual Property Exchange International, Inc. (IPXI), the world’s first financial exchange for licensing and trading intellectual 

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Silicon Vision partners with Mindtree to offer a complete Bluetooth Broadway World

Silicon Vision partners with Mindtree to offer a complete Bluetooth Low Energy intellectual property solution for Silicon Vision Technologies Ltd and Mindtree 

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Don’t mess with Martha (Stewart): Patent troll’s suit met with countersuit InfoWorld

First, because that’s where the money is, and second, because of the odds that a larger company, unconcerned with the larger issues of intellectual property, will 

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Washington Post

Shoosmiths hires Stuart Malcolm as intellectual property partner The Lawyer

Shoosmiths has appointed Stuart Malcolm, a specialist intellectual property (IP) lawyer, as a partner in its IP practice group. 1 October 2013. Malcolm has a 

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Public Consultation on Draft National Policy on Intellectual Property AllAfrica.com

The Treatment Action Campaign (TAC), Doctors Without Borders (MSF) and SECTION27 will hold public consultations in Cape Town and Johannesburg on 

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India’s Attack on Innovation Wall Street Journal

Indian officials seek to justify their disregard for foreigners’ intellectual property rights by pointing to the need to ensure their citizens’ access to medicines.

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Wall Street Journal

DLA Piper appoints Horace Lam to head China intellectual property The Lawyer

DLA Piper has appointed Horace Lam as a partner in its intellectual property and Lam will also fulfil the role of head of intellectual property in China and 

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Vblock™ Helps Eclipse Aerospace Resurrect Intellectual Property InfoWorld

Vblock™ Helps Eclipse Aerospace Resurrect Intellectual Property. In 2009, Eclipse Aerospace acquired the assets of the former maker of the EA500 twin-engine 

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IP Lawyer Joins Norton Rose Fulbright’s Los Angeles Office Fort Mills Times

David Ben-Meir, formerly a partner at Alston & Bird, has nearly two decades of experience in intellectual property law with an emphasis on patent litigation and 

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Video Guest: John Malcolm Spence (expert in Intellectual Property ICT Update

In this week’s CTA Brussels video interview, John Malcolm Spence Senior Coordinator, Intellectual Property Issues, CARICOM Secretariat, tells us more about 

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Pirate Parties Blocked From WIPO After US & Other Countries Techdirt

Well, among others, there was the International Society for the Development of Intellectual Property (ADALPI). So it’s not like WIPO rejected organizations that 

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Court’s decision on Australian company rights should concern Kiwis LawFuel.co.nz

Intellectual property expert and lawyer, Theodore Doucas of Zone Law and Zone IP, an intellectual property law firm and consultancy in Wellington, said 

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Qualcomm Investors Look to Spherix, Other Peers in Patent Sector Trefis

Analysts at Trefis estimate that intellectual property revenues like royalties constitute 45.3% of Qualcomm’s (NASDAQ:QCOM) share price. Most of Qualcomm’s 

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IP Law and 3D Printing: Designers Can Work Around Lack of Cover Wired

Existing intellectual property laws don’t exactly cover 3D printing. 3D printing will test U.S. intellectual property laws, just as software, MP3 players, and the 

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Wired

Copyright policy draft ‘incoherent’ BDlive

Stellenbosch University’s intellectual property law unit has suggested that the intellectual property be fundamentally redrafted to make it “comprehensible”.

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study indicates that roughly 35% of jobs in the EU rely on IPR EU News

Intellectual Property Rights: study indicates that roughly 35% of jobs in the EU rely This study, “Intellectual Property Rights intensive industries: contribution to 

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EU News

Development Agenda At WIPO: Still Waiting For Cultural Change Intellectual Property Watch

Progress on mainstreaming a development dimension into all World Intellectual Property Organization activities and its assessment by a dedicated committee 

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fandom, commerce and the freedom to play University at Buffalo Reporter

That question is a hot-button issue today in intellectual property (IP) law, and it’s the subject of UB Law School’s signature Mitchell Lecture, to be held from 2-5 

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University at Buffalo Reporter

Don’t expect BlackBerry’s patents to stay in Canada The Globe and Mail

BlackBerry Ltd.’s prized intellectual property risks leaving the country, even if That would leave the guts of BlackBerry, like Nortel before it, as foreign property.

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The Globe and Mail

In its continued bid to promote and develop the creative industries Government of Jamaica, Jamaica Information Service

In its continued bid to promote and develop the creative industries, the Jamaica Intellectual Property Office (JIPO), in association with the Ministry of Tourism and 

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IPXI’ Hosts First Annual Members Meeting Featuring David Kappos Broadway World

26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ Intellectual Property Exchange International, Inc. (IPXI), the world’s first financial exchange for licensing and trading intellectual property 

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Aequus Pharmaceuticals Inc. Closes on C$1.2 Million in Equity Fort Mills Times

Aequus Pharmaceuticals Inc. Closes on C$1.2 Million in Equity Financings, and In-Licenses Global Rights to Intellectual Property Enabling the Transdermal 

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The Changing Face of Patent Law Stephen M. Ross School of Business

New book shows why businesses need to keep pace with the fast-moving intellectual property system. ANN ARBOR, Mich. — New laws, new innovations, and 

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Stephen M. Ross School of Business

Verifysoft acquires intellectual property rights for Testwell software openPR (press release)

Verifysoft Technology GmbH (Offenburg/Germany) has acquired all intellectual property rights for the software test and analysis tools of Testwell (Finland).

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openPR (press release)

Intellectual property weekly abstracts bulletin Lexology (registration)

A term in a settlement agreement following previous patent litigation has been found to be clear and unambiguous. The agreement was held to prevent 

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U.S. drug industry upset with Indian policies on patents Washington Times

PhRMA argues that India’s actions, if unchecked, eventually may result in U.S. companies not doing business there. A major drug company’s intellectual property 

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New study finds one in three jobs in Europe generated by IPR European Patent Office

The European Commission today welcomed the publication of the first-ever EU-wide study of the impact of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) on the European 

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September 12, 2013

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50 new results for Intellectual Property

Intellectual property policy drafted by the ‘legally illiterate’ Mail & Guardian OnlineIntellectual property policy drafted by the ‘legally illiterate’ The trade and industry department’s intellectual property policy, released last week, was met with 

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Alibaba Attorney on Intellectual Property Theft Practical EcommerceMost every ecommerce company owns intellectual property — photos, product descriptions, logos, brand names, designs. Many online companies have 

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Samsung, Pernod Ricard, Marvel: Intellectual Property BloombergSamsung Electronics Co. (005930) was sued by Dyson Technology Ltd., the vacuum-cleaner maker founded by U.K. inventor James Dyson, over claims his 

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Monetizing the Rights to Intellectual Properties BloombergSept. 9 (Bloomberg) — Filmtrack Co-Founder and CEO Jason Kassin discusses rights management in the cloud with Deirdre Bolton on Bloomberg Television’s 

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IRobot, Aroz Gandhi, FilmOn X: Intellectual Property BloombergIRobot Corp. (IRBT), the Bedford, Massachusetts-based maker of the Roomba robotic vacuum cleaner, said in a statement that a German court has issued an 

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Brownstein Hyatt law firm expands intellectual property team by 13 Denver PostBrownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck announced Thursday that it has expanded its intellectual property team by 13 members with the addition of S. Craig 

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Cellebrite Files Intellectual Property Infringement and Trade Secret Sacramento BeePETAH TIKVAH, Ill. and GLEN ROCK, N.J., Sept. 4, 2013 — /PRNewswire/ — Cellebrite, the leading provider of mobile forensic solutions, today announced that it 

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INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY MARKETPLACE ANALYSIS Who’s Who LegalIntellectual property law in Turkey has gained importance in recent years as an increasing number of multinational companies seek to register for patent and 

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VTech, Eveready, Google, Lacoste: Intellectual Property BloombergVTech Holdings Ltd. (303), a maker of cordless telephones, said in a statement that the claims made against it in a patent-infringement suit are “without merit.”.

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Straight Path, Brewery Vivant: Intellectual Property BloombergStraight Path Communications Inc. (STRP)’s Straight Path IP Group unit persuaded the U.S. International Trade Commission to begin an investigation of a range 

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Draft Intellectual Property Policy to Be Released AllAfrica.comSouth Africa has one of the most lax patent review systems in the world. Now, a new draft policy – set to be released next week – could change that and lower 

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Intellectual property swoop on clubs and bars The Portugal NewsOver 10,000 musical works in violation of copyright were seized from bars and clubs across the Algarve and the Alentejo, the General Inspectorate of Cultural 

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Registered designs | Intellectual property Sydney Morning HeraldThe visual appearance of a manufactured product can be one of your greatest commercial assets in setting yourself apart from the competition. Registering the 

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Spherix Initiates Suit Against Uniden for Continued Infringement of Wall Street JournalSpherix Initiates Suit Against Uniden for Continued Infringement of Intellectual Property — Uniden Litigation Follows Spherix Previously Filed Complaint Against 

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CEOs, Insurers Finally Ready to Embrace Intellectual Property Insurance JournalThe small yet complicated niche of patent and intellectual property (IP) insurance has seen more interest lately as patent claims rise and companies look to 

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Westlaw Topical Highlights: Intellectual Property, September 10, 2013 Westlaw InsiderWestlaw Topical Highlights for Intellectual Property provides summaries of significant federal court decisions and legislative and administrative activities 

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Westlaw Insider

Google, Select Brands, Dotcom: Intellectual Property Bloomberg LawGoogle Inc. (GOOG)’s Motorola Mobility didn’t act in good faith when it demanded patent royalties from Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) for use of video-compression and 

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Plan to open integrated intellectual property office hits snag RepublicaKATHMANDU, Sept 6: The process of establishing an integrated Intellectual Property Office has hit a snag due to disputes over jurisdiction between the Ministry 

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House Judiciary Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property and HispanicBusiness.comMr. Chairman, Ranking Member Watt, and members of the Subcommittee, thank you for the opportunity to testify this morning before the Subcommittee regarding 

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S’pore ranked top in Asia for intellectual property protection Channel News AsiaSingapore is the world’s second and Asia’s top country for intellectual property (IP) protection. Nearly 150 countries were assessed by the World Economic 

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Cellebrite Files Intellectual Property Infringement and Trade Secret DigitalJournal.comPETAH TIKVAH, Ill. and GLEN ROCK, N.J., Sept. 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Cellebrite, the leading provider of mobile forensic solutions, today announced that it 

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An Ill-Timed Legal Squabble Among MLK Jr.’s Children Mother Jones (blog)The children of Martin Luther King Jr. joined thousands of people, including Barack Obama, Jimmy Carter, and Bill Clinton, in the nation’s capital on August 28 to 

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Mother Jones (blog)

Intellectual property, Part 2 Daily News – Galveston CountyIn a previous column, we discussed the business owner’s obligation to protect the assets of the business, including its intellectual property. There are four basic 

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Jones Walker Expands IP Practice with Addition of Jeffrey Phillips in MarketWatch9, 2013 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — Experienced intellectual property litigator and former ExxonMobil technology manager Jeffrey J. Phillips has joined the 

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MarketWatch

So, An IP Lawyer Walks into a Bar… Disruptive Competition ProjectSome time back, I sat in P.J. Clarke’s sounding off to some colleagues over a Martinez on the question: why do people invent cocktails? As an intellectual 

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Disruptive Competition Project

#OnlinePitfalls – Effective management of sports intellectual LawInSportIn part 2 of this Trademarks in Sports trilogy, Len Glickman and Michael Alvaro discuss the challenges and opportunities of leveraging and protecting brands and 

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How Liability Rules Influence Global Internet Investment Disruptive Competition ProjectIt shouldn’t be surprising that a domestic court’s decisions can influence investment and trade in the country in which the court resides. Because international 

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Voicing Both Sides Of The Patent Troll Debate ForbesNPEs monetize intellectual property by suing infringers or requesting licensing fees even without using the intellectual property themselves. NPEs are not 

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Brown Rudnick IP head joins Irwin Mitchell The LawyerThe Lawyer’s newest product is the most comprehensive overview of the Asia-Pacific legal market yet produced. With rankings of the top 100 local law firms by 

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Builder in court over selloff Sydney Morning HeraldThe legal dispute centres on the control of intellectual property formerly owned by NBG, including trademarks and designs and plans of 200 homes the company 

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Sydney Morning Herald

2013 Pharmaceutical Intellectual Property Forum is Coming in MarketWatch (press release)SHANGHAI, Sept. 6, 2013 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — From the labor-intensive “Made in China” to knowledge-based “Created in China,” China has 

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Read More > Intellectual Property WatchWe welcome your participation in article and blog comment threads, and other discussion forums, where we encourage you to analyse and react to the content 

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Solar3D Pursues International Patent Protection for Its 3 Wall Street JournalHaving our patent application published is an important step in securing broad international intellectual property protection that will allow us to take the product 

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Abu Ghazaleh Intellectual Property – Morocco Zawya (registration)Abu Ghazaleh Intellectual Property – Morocco. Also known as: AGIP. Google Plus; Facebook; Twitter; LinkedIn. Email A Friend; Print This Page. Add This.

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King & Spalding Adds Mike Heafey in Silicon Valley, Further DigitalJournal.com”Given his depth of experience and the growing intellectual property law needs of our clients, the opportunity to bring on a lawyer of Mike’s caliber presented an 

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Intellectual Property Exchange International Markets OLED Offering EIN News (press release)CHICAGO and BEIJING, Sept. 5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Intellectual Property Exchange International, Inc. (IPXI), the world’s first financial exchange for licensing 

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Red Giant to Release New Original Projects From Superstar Comic Wall Street JournalORLANDO, FL–(Marketwired – Sep 5, 2013) – Red Giant Entertainment Inc. (OTCQB: REDG), an innovative Intellectual Property company specializing in high 

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CHELSEA: Local lawyer named one of the ‘Best Lawyers in America Heritage NewspapersHis practice focuses on patent and trademark counseling, corporate intellectual property policy development and administration, technology licensing, joint 

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Heritage Newspapers

inovia Grows its Global Network of Agents by 46% in 2013, Bringing Fort Mills Timesinovia, the leading foreign filing provider, today announced that top intellectual property (IP) firms in Pakistan, South Korea and Venezuela have joined inovia’s 

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Hasan Wants Sabah MYIPO Office To Serve As One-Stop Centre Bernama 5 Sept (Bernama) — Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Minister Datuk Hasan Malek wants the Sabah branch office of the Intellectual Property 

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Korean IP Office Announces Largest Restructuring In Its History Intellectual Property WatchThe Korean Intellectual Property Office today announced it will undergo the largest structural reorganisation in its history beginning next week. The aim of the 

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Intellectual Property Exchange International Markets OLED Offering PR-BG.com (прессъобщения) (press release)Intellectual Property Exchange International, Inc. (IPXI), the world’s first financial exchange for licensing and trading intellectual property (IP) rights, announced 

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Global Semiconductor Intellectual Property Market Expected to SBWire (press release)[420 Pages Report] Semiconductor (Silicon) Intellectual Property (IP) Market research report categorizes the global market on the basis of Industry Segments, 

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Enforcement of IPR laws demanded Pakistan ObserverSunday, September 08, 2013 – Karachi—The government should focus on the neglected issue of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and take immediate steps for 

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Intellectual property searching in the news Lexology (registration)The march of modern technology is unstoppable. At any one time, there is much speculation over the status of the latest killer app that is in development, and the 

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House Judiciary Subcommittee Schedules Satellite Hearing Broadcasting & CableThe House Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property and the Internet has scheduled a hearing on satellite legislation, specifically distant signal importation, 

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Brownstein Adds A Second Lateral From Dorsey Law Week ColoradoBrownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck this week added a second lateral partner from Dorsey & Whitney’s intellectual property practice group — S. Craig Hemenway 

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MyIPO Holds Second IP Valuation Course For 30 Trainees BernamaKUALA LUMPUR, Sept 10 (Bernama) — The Intellectual Property Corporation of Malaysia (MyIPO), whose role is to monitor the development of intellectual 

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Implementation of IPR rules urged The News InternationalKARACHI: The new government should focus on the neglected issue of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) whose awareness and implementation is crucial for the 

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IP Australia eServices Sydney Morning HeraldExamination responses for all Intellectual Property (IP) right types; Extension of Visit our Intellectual property topic for more information on managing your IP.

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August 22, 2013

  1. San Francisco Chronicle

    Marvell, Dark Horse, Portland Loo: Intellectual Property

    Bloomberg-8 hours ago
    Marvell Semiconductor Inc., a Santa Clara, California-based maker of semiconductors, prevailed in a patent-infringement case brought by a …
  2. KSTP.com

    MPHJ Technology, Apple, Richemont: Intellectual Property

    Bloomberg-Aug 20, 2013
    MPHJ Technology, Apple, Richemont: Intellectual Property. By Victoria Slind-Flor – 2013-08-21T04:01:00Z. A patent-licensing company sued by Vermont …
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  3. Bill Gates, Warner Music, Deere: Intellectual Property

    Bloomberg-Aug 19, 2013
    Bill Gates, Warner Music, Deere: Intellectual Property. By Victoria Slind-Flor – 2013-08-20T04:01:01Z. While Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) Chairman Bill Gates these …
  4. Patents: A beginner’s guide to intellectual property

    BBC News-Aug 19, 2013
    Patents: A beginner’s guide to intellectual property. Rory goes troll hunting · Patent town, Texas · Patents: The key terms. By Leo Kelion …
  5. Tourism, culture and intellectual property law: Hidden risks and …

    BusinessDay-13 hours ago
    There are many benefits associated with tourism. Poverty can be a tool for rural development, poverty alleviation, employment creation, women …
  6. Premier Biomedical, Inc. Expands Intellectual Property for Multiple …

    MarketWatch (press release)-1 hour ago
    We are partnering with LikeAssests to bring a powerful investment tracking platform to MarketWatch. This new Portfolio will enable you to sync …
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  7. Chilean, Malaysian, and US Government Officials Weigh in on …

    International IP and the Public Interest-16 hours ago
    On the issue of intellectual property rights, the cabinet said it “is unanimous that Malaysia will not agree to any proposal that will deny access to …
  8. Copyright warning - Intellectual property advocates concerned about …

    Jamaica Gleaner-Aug 20, 2013
    “Just like music, the athletes’ image is part of their intangible intellectual property, that bundle that they have to sell with themselves as raw …
  9. Westlaw Topical Highlights: Intellectual Property, August 20, 2013

    Westlaw Insider-by Casey Hall-Aug 20, 2013
    Westlaw Topical Highlights for Intellectual Property provides summaries of significant federal court decisions and legislative and administrative …
  10. Putting your valuable intellectual property rights in the glove box for …

    Lexology (registration)-1 hour ago
    Successfully securing your valuable intellectual property rights is important. But it is only part of the story. If you fail to identify infringements of …

April 16, 2013

Genes, Fake Wine, Martha Stewart: Intellectual Property
Businessweek
Inventors who want to emigrate from their native countries put the U.S. as their top destination, according to economists at the World Intellectual Property Organization in Geneva. Canada and Australia are the next most popular among 17 countries
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Accellera Systems Initiative Announces Standard for Tracking Soft Intellectual
Wall Street Journal
NAPA, CA–(Marketwired – Apr 16, 2013) – Accellera Systems Initiative (Accellera), the electronics industry organization focused on the creation and adoption of electronic design automation (EDA) and intellectual property (IP) standards announces
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No changing intellectual property laws: Sharma
Hindu Business Line
India wíll not tighten laws on intellectual property or go beyond the global intellectual property agreement, TRIPS, in the free trade agreement (FTA) being negotiated with the European Union. Commerce Minister Anand Sharma, after his meeting with EU
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Hindu Business Line

Intellectual property law ‘fails to cater for the internet’
BDlive
SOUTH Africa’s law on intellectual property has fallen behind the times as it did not cater for new technological developments such as the internet, a leading expert on the subject said on Thursday. University of Stellenbosch’s Owen Dean said material
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Intellectual property arguments heard by US Supreme Court
Radio New Zealand
The US Supreme Court has heard arguments questioning whether the human genome can be claimed as intellectual property. The case relates to a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union in 2009, and centres on whether companies should be able
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Martha Stewart, GE, Merck, Mylan: Intellectual Property
Bloomberg
That suit is pending. Greg Howard, a spokesman for AppDynamics, said in an e-mail that the company hasn’t received the official paperwork. “We do strongly believe” AppDynamics doesn’t infringe upon any protected intellectual property, he said. The case
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Universities brace for intellectual property fight
Macleans.ca
On the other is a group of universities who no longer feel the need to pay for the services offered by the collective, opting instead to navigate the world of intellectual property rights without a middle agent. Simmering tensions are now threatening
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India calls for binding treaty on traditional knowledge
Hindu Business Line
“It fosters technological innovation by providing inherent incentives through exclusive private Intellectual Property Rights, but also recognises the need to protect the interest of users’ rights,” said the Minister. Highlighting India’s initiative of
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New anti-piracy law should keep Spain off US watch list – minister
Reuters
“I believe this reform should satisfy those who are worried about Spain’s insufficient level of protection for intellectual property,” Wert said in an interview with Reuters this week. But he also said Spain had a lot of work to do to combat a culture
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Paulson, Macy’s, Samsung, Apple: Intellectual Property
Bloomberg
Paulson & Co. executives were sued for alleged conflicts in the handling of intellectual property assets in the bankruptcy of a group of resorts including Miami’s Doral golf course, where Tiger Woods won his 76th PGA Tour event last month. Michael Barr
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RI learns intellectual property rights from China
Jakarta Post
A delegation of officials led by Law and Human Rights Minister Amir Syamsuddin visited Beijing, China, to talk about the protection of intellectual property rights. Amir and his delegation met with Chinese Deputy Law Minister Sujun Zhang, State
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Jakarta Post

Wayne Law patent clinic to be part of World Intellectual Property Day
Southgate News Herald
World IP Day, now in its 13th year, came about through a collaboration between the American Intellectual Property Law Association and the World Intellectual Property Organization, which is part of the United Nations. The purpose of the day is to
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Thomson CompuMark Acquires the Trademark Business of Onscope
Wall Street Journal
NORTH QUINCY, MA, April 16, 2013 – Thomson CompuMark, a Thomson Reuters Intellectual Property (IP) & Science business and global leader in trademark searching and brand protection solutions, today announced the acquisition of the trademark
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Got Intellectual Property? Part V: Software Development
The NextWomen Business Magazine
Software development can be an Intellectual Property (IP) minefield, whether the code is written by employees, founders, or contracted out to independent companies. The usual challenges of first identifying any IP to ensure proper protection and avoid
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The NextWomen Business Magazine

Adli Law Group P.C. Remains on the Forefront of Intellectual Property Law
Sacramento Bee
Fortunately, with offices in Los Angeles, London, Tokyo, and Taipei, Adli Law Group P.C. is at the forefront of intellectual property matters both in the U.S., and throughout the world. We’re still only about a quarter into 2013, and already it’s
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Seewald Re-certified in Intellectual Property Law by The Florida Bar
Naples Daily News
Jeanne L. Seewald, Southwest Florida Offices Managing Partner of Hahn Loeser & Parks LLP, has been re-certified by The Florida Bar as a Board Certified Specialist in Intellectual Property Law. Ms. Seewald is one of only 132 attorneys out of the
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Marathon Patent Group Acquires Important Multi-Casting Patent From MOSAID
Wall Street Journal
ALEXANDRIA, VA–(Marketwired – Apr 16, 2013) – Marathon Patent Group, Inc. (OTCBB: MARA) (“MPG”), an Intellectual Property services and monetization company, today announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Relay IP, Inc., has acquired US Patent
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Red Giant Entertainment Inc. Retains Integrity Media Inc. for Investor Relations
Wall Street Journal
ORLANDO, Fla., April 16, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Red Giant Entertainment Inc. (OTCQB:REDG), an innovative Intellectual Property company specializing in high quality characters and content for use in a variety of media and entertainment, is pleased
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Fujitsu Honored with FY2013 Intellectual Property Achievement Award
ITNews
(JCN) – Fujitsu today announced it has been awarded the Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Award as part of the FY2013 Intellectual Property Achievement Awards granted by Japan’s Ministry of Trade, Economy and Industry (METI) and the Japan
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Intellectual property is next club topic
Journal Times
Patent attorney Joe Miotke’s talk is called, “What Every Inventor and Entrepreneur Should Know About Intellectual Property (Especially After the Recent Patent Law Changes).” He will provide an overview of intellectual property protection covering
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Broadway Technology Appoints Claudia Cantarella as General Counsel
Wall Street Journal
Ms. Cantarella was most recently a Partner and Co-Chair of the US Intellectual Property Group at Salans LLP where she served as primary counsel for all intellectual property matters as well as advising clients on intellectual property aspects of
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The Code Bar will allow game studios to bid for the rights for projects
BBC News
It has been developed with the help of the Intellectual Property Office. Companies will be able to purchase all the rights for any games submitted to the Code Bar, with 60% of the proceeds going to the students. The intention of the project is to
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Intellectual Property, Patent and Trademark
Connecticut Law Tribune
in his 2013 State of the Union Address, talked about 3-D Printing, one AM process, as having the potential to revolutionize the way we make everything. With the rise of AM comes a multitude of new legal issues, particularly in the intellectual
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Social-Media Analytics Offer New Insight on Risk
CFO.com Magazine
PwC’s Risk in Review report, based on responses from 800 global executives, found that risks related to the impact of digital technologies on intellectual property and reputation will be of particular concern for companies over the next year. As a
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‘Around the World with LES’ Expands to Month-Long Celebration of IP
Wall Street Journal
The Licensing Executives Society will expand its ‘Around the World with LES’ (ATW) celebration to encompass not only the World Intellectual Property Organization’s (WIPO) annual World IP Day on April 26(th) , but also a month of events aimed at
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Right to cheap drugs
DAWN.com
Multinationals maintain a monopolistic pricing of patented drugs by using mechanisms such as intellectual property rights. Fortunately, the might of big pharma is being increasingly challenged and restrained in countries like India which offers a
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IPOS unveils $65m plan to drive manpower and capability development
AsiaOne
SINGAPORE – The framework will include guidelines on manpower development through standard setting, certification, training, mapping out of the required competencies and projecting suitable pathways for a professional career in intellectual property.
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AsiaOne

Is Your DNA Someone Else’s Intellectual Property?
Talk Radio News Service
Today, the Supreme Court heard arguments on whether human DNA can be patented, and be considered intellectual property. Currently, companies, universities, and other scientific group hold patents on at least 4,000 human genes. The ACLU and the
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Intellectual Property India Publishes Patent Application for ‘Vehicle to Home
Electric Light & Power
MUMBAI, India, April 14 — Intellectual Property India has published a patent application (555/DEL/2013 A) filed by Mohammad Saad Alam, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh on Feb. 27 for a ‘vehicle to home (V2H) backup power system during load shedding.’
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PlayStation All-Stars Developer Working on a New Intellectual Property
Push Square
PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale developer SuperBot Entertainment is punching together a new intellectual property, according to the studio’s director of operations David Yang. In a statement issued to EDGE, the company admitted that it has
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Push Square

The creative generation
Times of Malta
The World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) is, once again, spearheading the festivities which make up World Intellectual Property Day. This day, which falls every year on April 26, is dedicated to the role of intellectual property in
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Intellectual Property India Publishes Patent Application for ‘Manual and Solar
Power Engineering Magazine
MUMBAI, India, April 16 — Intellectual Property India has published a patent application (2741/DEL/2011 A) filed by Mohammad Syed Jamil Asghar, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh on Sept. 21, 2011 for a ‘manual and solar PV based hybrid electric power generation
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Trade deal with European Union will TRIP patent law
India Today
The agreement’s draft – which both sides have been keeping under wraps – has provisions that will bind India by a new extra-constitutional patent regime beyond its obligations under Trade-Related Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS). These Intellectual
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India Today

Chamber expands services for businesses
Quad-Cities Online
Chamber Innovation Services staff and industry experts are available to help identify sources of revenue for product development and testing, provide patent and intellectual property guidance, and evaluate and license new technologies. “We have access
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11/04/2013India defends rejection of Novartis patent bid
Expatica Switzerland
Speaking at the World Intellectual Property Organization in Geneva, he emphatically stressed the independence of India’s judiciary and insisted the government had nothing to do with last week’s ruling, which enables generic drugmakers to continue
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Seminar on ‘Intellectual Property Rights’
The New Indian Express
The Bharat Mata Institute of Management (BMIM) in association with Patent information Centre of Kerala State Council for Science, Technology and Environment (KGSCETE), Thiruvananthapuram, is organising a one-day seminar on ‘Intellectual Property
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Global Insider: India’s Novartis Ruling Sets a Precedent for Brazil, South Africa
World Politics Review
Sudip Chaudhuri: Using the flexibility built into the World Trade Organization’s Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) agreement, India amended its patents act to insert a new section to conform to TRIPS. Under this section, new
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The Novartis Decision: A Tale Of Developing Countries, IP, And The Role Of The
International IP and the Public Interest
The ruling is also a revealing tale about the changing role of developing countries in the global intellectual property landscape and the growing influence of the judiciary in these countries in the implementation of international intellectual property
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International IP and the Public Interest

New Draft Traditional Knowledge Bill Published In South Africa
Intellectual Property Watch
An alternative South African bill on the protection of traditional knowledge has been published in the official Government Gazette, and it would create a new system of intellectual property right specific to TK, according to South Africa experts. The
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Academe must be vigilant in protecting its intellectual property
Infosecurity Magazine
criminals have altered their focus away from unwitting individuals for the purpose of relatively low-level credit card fraud and so on, and are now looking to large enterprises and even nations for the high financial rewards offered by their
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Daily DC Lateral Roundup: Covington & Burling; Jones Day; Barnes & Thornburg
The BLT: Blog of Legal Times (blog)
Previously, she served as executive director of international intellectual property at the U.S. Chamber’s Global Intellectual Property Center, where she promoted the protection and enforcement of IP rights overseas. Prior to that, Vetere served first
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Reports: Obama’s Proposed 2014 Budget Favours Patent Office, R&D, Generic
Intellectual Property Watch
The Intellectual Property Owners Association reported that the proposed budget includes authorisation for the USPTO to spend up to US$ 3.071 billion, with access to all user fees it collects in 2014. Keeping its fees was a contentious issue in the past.
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Please Join IP Brief for our 2nd Annual Symposium: Patent Subject-Matter
American University Intellectual Property Brief
Esteemed speakers include in-house intellectual property counsel at Google, Rosetta Stone, and Smith Detections; noted intellectual property lawyers; IP bloggers; International Trade Commission-Nominated F. Scott Kieff; and Administrative Patent Judges
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American University Intellectual Property Brief

Bingham, Dentons, Freshfields, Jones Day: Business of Law
Businessweek
Bingham McCutchen LLP expanded its global intellectual property, litigation and life sciences practices with a five-partner group from DLA Piper LLP. Richard de Bodo, co-chairman of DLA Piper’s patent litigation and life sciences practices, will serve
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SafeNet to Present Best Practices for Embedded Software Monetization
Sacramento Bee
“Embedded hardware manufacturers are increasingly finding that the value of their intellectual property is in the software they’ve developed, and because of this evolution, they are facing unprecedented threats to their revenue and profitability,” said
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With 219 patents, Novartis might have little to complain
Business Standard
India’s intent to respect intellectual property may have drawn international criticism following the Supreme Court’s decision on Glivec, but facts point at a different story. After Swiss multinational pharma major Novartis recently accused India of
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March 26, 2013

News

46 new results for Intellectual Property

St. Jude, Watson, Hasbro, AT&T: Intellectual Property
Bloomberg
The distributor, Trans Tyre (India) Private Ltd., registered the mark in India in October 2007 and claimed it was authorized to do so, the newspaper reported. India’s Intellectual Property Appeal Board, which heard the dispute, said the registration
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China to Further Strengthen Intellectual Property Rights Protection
China Briefing
Mar. 26 – China’s State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO) released the “Promotion Plan for the Implementation of 2013 National Intellectual Property Strategy (hereinafter referred to as the ‘Plan’)” on March 21, 2013. The Plan provides a total of 84
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Cisco, Nikon, Redskins, Google: Intellectual Property
Bloomberg
“XpertUniverse is a small company with intellectual property as its primary asset,” it said in court papers. The software-development firm was founded in the 1990s by Ukrainian immigrant Victor Friedman as Homework911 to help schoolchildren. It changed
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The Hidden Value of Dell: 3449 Patents and Other Intellectual Property
Businessweek
One answer may be the company’s intellectual property—brands, inventions, designs, or other nonphysical assets that have value to a company. In its March 8 report Dell’s Bargain Bin Pricing, M•CAM, a Charlottesville (Va.) firm that specializes in
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Analysis Of Proposed Combating Counterfeit Products Act (Bill C-56)
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
While “distinguished in its essential aspects” is a phrase used in a footnote to the World Trade Organization Trade Related Intellectual Property (“TRIPS”) agreement, the phrase has not been considered in Canadian jurisprudence and may raise difficult
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Govt issues 1121 intellectual property certificates in H1
E Kantipur
The Department of Industry (DoI) issued 1,121 intellectual property (IP) certificates, including 1,198 trademarks and 13 designs, in the first half of this fiscal year. Of the total certificates, 538 were issued to foreign products, while the rest to
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iT-CUBE SYSTEMS GmbH Partners with Verdasys to Protect Intellectual
PR Web (press release)
Munich-based iT-CUBE is providing implementation and data protection consulting service practices based on Verdasys’ Digital Guardian to customers in intellectual property-focused industries such as manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, high technology,
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PR Web (press release)

Copyright information ‘Hub’ set to be launched to educate on intellectual property
SmallBusiness.co.uk
Minister for Intellectual Property Lord Younger has earmarked £150,000 of funding for a new ‘Hub’ designed to make it easier for consumers and would-be entrepreneurs to obtain information about copyright. Professor Ian Hargreaves, in his review of IP
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SmallBusiness.co.uk

Spain adopts law to protect intellectual property
New Europe
The draft suggests measures in order to boost Intellectual Property Commission´s power to deal with infringements. Besides, it ensures more transparency and efficiency of rights management entities like SGAE, the main collecting society for songwriters
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New Europe

Spain adopts Lassalle law to protect intellectual property
Telecompaper (subscription)
As to piracy, the reforms seeks to boost the powers of the Intellectual Property Commission to deal with infringement. Sites will be required to remove infringing content on request, such as that from a particular rightsholder or artist, without having
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Obligations To Defend And Indemnify In A Licence Agreement
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
Elastic then submitted a notice to arbitrate, denying any obligation to defend or indemnify Coastal on the basis that: (1) there was no liability for any intellectual property claim that would trigger either obligation; (2) Coastal breached the
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Drastic Speaks About Intellectual Property
Caribarena Antigua
On March 8, Drastic and the ABIPCO visited the first school, TN Kirnon, educating students about intellectual property, with a number of presentations, including animated clips, and providing them with literature which they got Drastic to sign at the
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Haiti – Economy : The Intellectual Property as a Tool of Development
Haitilibre.com
During this workshop, the discussions were facilitated by experts of intellectual property including: Paul Régis, Regional Director for Latin America and the Caribbean WIPO ; Carol Simpson, Executive Director of the Office of Jamaica Intellectual
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Haitilibre.com

AT&T, Google, Isohunt, Daniels: Intellectual Property
Bloomberg
Writing for the appeals court, U.S. Circuit Judge Marsha Berzon called the case “yet another concerning the application of established intellectual property concepts to new technologies.” She said that even though what Fung was using wasn’t a device,
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Intellectual Property India Publishes Patent Application for ‘Agni E-Power
Electric Light & Power
MUMBAI, India, March 24 — Intellectual Property India has published a patent application (385/CHE/2013 A) filed by S. Reghuraman, Chennai, Tamil Nadu on Jan. 30 for ‘agni e-power system [stand alone clean energy power system for propelling and
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Mobile Cloud Labs Acquires Snuko Intellectual Property and Releases Security
PR Web (press release)
(PRWEB) March 25, 2013. Mobile Cloud Labs Plc. today announced the acquisition of Snuko’s intellectual property and partial development team, the creators of antitheft software for portable devices. Mobile Cloud Labs Plc. also announced the release of
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BASF, Samsung, St.Andrews, Airvana: Intellectual Property
Bloomberg
Intellectual property is the cornerstone of our innovation-based marketplace,” Jan Buberl, director of specialty products for BASF North American Crop Protection, said in a statement. “Improper activity that undermines patent protection laws is unfair
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University of Hawaii Law school’s intellectual property student moot court
Hawaii Reporter
A student moot court team from the William S. Richardson School of Law at the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa swept the finals in the leading Intellectual Property Law competition last weekend to capture two top titles against some of the most elite law
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Seismic Company Continues Intellectual Property Rights Fight
Canada Free Press
Paul Einarsson is all too familiar with that. For the COO and Chairman of Calgary-based Geophysical Service Incorporated his company’s intellectual property is seismic data. He knows the cost of intellectual property piracy. He has been fighting it for
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Enterprises urged to map out intellectual property plan
People’s Daily Online
BEIJING, March 22 (Xinhua) — Chinese companies have been urged to draw up a strategic plan in order to protect their intellectual property rights (IPR), according to the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade (CCPIT) deputy secretary
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‘Kaiju Combat’ Kickstarter suspended due to intellectual property dispute
San Antonio Express (blog)
All was quiet after that exchange, GamePolitics continues, until Wednesday when WotC emailed Kickstarter to suspend the “Kaiju Combat” campaign for infringing on intellectual property. Kickstarter complied and informed backers as well as Sunstone owner
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San Antonio Express (blog)

Competency Standards and Ethical Regulations for US Intellectual Property
IPWatchdog.com
In a recent article, I presented a taxonomy consisting of nineteen IP business models in the United States intellectual property marketplace. Although, admittedly, the taxonomy presented was not perfect, it adequately described what I observed as the
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IPWatchdog.com

Biogen, HTC, Boston, MIT, Mary Bono: Intellectual Property
Bloomberg
Nokia is “pleased with this decision, which confirms the quality of Nokia’s patent portfolio,” Mark Durrant, a spokesman for the company, said in an e-mailed statement. “HTC must now respect our intellectual property and compete using its own
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4th Annual WIPO-KIPO-KAIST-KIPA Offer Advanced International Certificate
ag-IP-news Agency
GENEVA – The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), the Korean Intellectual Property Office (KIPO), the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), and the Korea Invention Promotion Association (KIPA) are jointly offering the
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Intellectual Property: How to Get, and Keep, the Best Ideas from Your People
Techvibes (blog)
Do you know how to protect the IP in your company? Intellectual property is the “creations of the mind for which exclusive rights are recognized.” In technology or other knowledge-based industries we protect the IP of our products, particularly before
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Intellectual Property Office relaunches mediation service
The Lawyer
The re-launch of the Intellectual Property Office (IPO) mediation service today should be applauded by the IP-rich industries. Although the TMT sector has not always been open to mediating, IP disputes are in many cases extremely well suited to mediation.
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Spain adopts new policy to safeguard intellectual property
Computer Business Review
The draft proposes measures to maximise the Intellectual Property Commission´s power to handle infringements, while ensuring more transparency and efficiency of rights management entities. In March 2012, Spain introduced the Sinde Law, which creates
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AIPLA Establishes New Arabian Practice Subcommittee to Coordinate with ASIP
ag-IP-news Agency
This Subcommittee of AIPLA will collaborate with the Arab Society of Intellectual Property (ASIP) on all IP fields and in particular development of laws and legislations in the Arab world. It will be chaired by Mr. Salamé, who will coordinate with ASIP
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ag-IP-news Agency

Plains Angels to hold intellectual property training
Business Record
Speakers from BrownWinick law firm will speak on what angel investors should know about patents, trademarks and intellectual property as it has to do with raising capital and valuation for startup companies. The session will take place from 8 to 10:30
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Swedish language council removes ‘ogooglebar’ after pressure from Google
Australian Techworld
Tech companies tell Congress to target patent trolls. Tags: Google, intellectual property, legal. Whitepapers. An New Competitive Advantage in Financial Services · All About End-User Experience Monitoring · Governance For All – Empowering IT and
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US Supreme Court To Hear Arguments On Pay-For-Delay Drug Deals
Intellectual Property Watch
According to William Gaede, intellectual property litigation partner at McDermott, the Hatch-Waxman Act created an “exemption from patent infringement for the development of drugs, but also more importantly it created a framework for generic and
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Pornography not protected as intellectual property: prosecutor
Focus Taiwan News Channel
hired directors, actors and actresses, make-up artists and other professionals to make the films which express the directors’ ideas and the actors’ uniqueness and so their films should enjoy the protection of Taiwan’s law governing intellectual
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Why is the UK Intellectual Property Office considering Rebecca Black parody
Lexology (registration)
The UK Intellectual Property Office has recently published three studies that it commissioned concerning copyright and the effects of parody. Following the Hargreaves Review, the UK Government had previously stated its intention to introduce a fair
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Global Pharma Companies See Battle For Survival In Pakistan
Intellectual Property Watch
Lahore, Pakistan – Weak regulation of the local pharmaceutical industry in Pakistan, including non-enforcement of intellectual property rights and the absence of a simple and swift dispute resolution mechanism, have hit the country’s health sector
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Epicor Files Copyright and Intellectual Property Infringement Lawsuit Against
Marketwire (press release)
The suit alleges that Alternative Technology Solutions and a number of its key employees systematically violated Epicor’s intellectual property, trademarks and copyrights including improperly accessing, duplicating, using, distributing, and creating
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European Court Upholds Confidentiality In International Treaty Talks
Intellectual Property Watch
The Court had ruled in favour of in’t Veld that the Commission had classified too many documents – even a mere description “concerning European Union law in the field of intellectual property, in relation to the Internet.” But the Court also had
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European Commission VP Kroes Urges Open Internet, Prods Copyright Owners
Intellectual Property Watch
By William New, Intellectual Property Watch. Neelie Kroes, European Commission vice-president responsible for the digital agenda, today told a parliamentary committee that more choices for copyrighted content, cloud computing, internet freedom, and
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Veveo Adds Three New Patents to Growing Intellectual Property Portfolio
Marketwire (press release)
The venture-backed company is based in Boston, MA and has a growing intellectual property portfolio of more than 67 patent applications, with 40 issued and allowed patents. For more information, visit http://corporate.veveo.net or find us on Twitter
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WIPO Reports Robust Growth In Demand For IP Rights In 2012
Intellectual Property Watch
In a press briefing at the United Nations today, World Intellectual Property Organization Director General Francis Gurry described what he qualified as a robust growth in applications for patents, designs and trademarks despite the economic climate
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Intellectual Property Watch

New Draft Guidelines For Patent Applications In The Biotechnology Field
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
The Brazilian Intellectual Property Association (ABPI) and other advocacy groups will soon get in touch with the Patent Office to discuss the draft guidelines. Indeed, as this is a matter submitted for public consultation, views from society at large
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Does My Spouse Own My Patent?
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
There are two main types of marital property regimes in the United States: “separate property” (followed by most common law countries and the majority of states in the U.S.) and “community property” (followed by most civil law countries and currently
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Abu-Ghazaleh Intellectual Property (AGIP) | AGIP Participates in INTA Board
Linex Legal (registration) (press release)
WASHINGTON, PENNSYLVANIA –Abu-Ghazaleh Intellectual Property (AGIP) Executive Director Mr. Charles Shaban attended the International Trademark Association (INTA) Board of Directors Meeting held in Washington, DC, March 3 – 6, 2013. Mr. Shaban
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ASIP & GCC Intellectual Property Training Center Enhance Cooperation
ag-IP-news Agency
RIYADH – In their Endeavour to strengthen cooperation, the Arab Society for Intellectual Property (ASIP) and the Intellectual Property Training Center of the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf organized two specialized courses at the
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Federal Circuit Will Review Cybor Intellectual Property Decision En Banc
The National Law Review
Schwegman Lundberg Woessner. Article By: Warren Woessner. Schwegman, Lundberg & Woessner, P.A.. posted on: Tuesday, March 19, 2013. Administrative & Regulatory / Intellectual Property / Litigation / Trial Practice. All Federal. Printer-friendly · Email
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Using Creative Commons licensing for protection and advertising
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
As a business owner or manager, it is tempting to do everything you can to protect your intellectual property by imposing the most restrictive licensing terms you can source or have your lawyers write. The careful application of more relaxed licensing
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Coursera Courses at UC Santa Cruz Spark Intellectual Property Questions
City Town Info Education Channel
Twelve years ago, SCFA lobbied for a California law ensuring that faculty would maintain intellectual property rights to all of their class materials. But before UCSC professors can sign on to teach Coursera courses, the university asks them to waive
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March 19, 2012

News

43 new results for Intellectual Property

VirnetX, Selfridges, NBCUniversal: Intellectual Property
Bloomberg
Wittington Investments Ltd.’s Selfridges unit has filed an application with the U.K.’s Intellectual Property Office to register “Mr. Selfridge” as a trademark, the U.K.’s Daily Mail reported. The choice to seek trademark registration came in the wake
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Mitchell teams place in Minnesota Intellectual Property Law Association
William Mitchell College of Law
For the sixth straight year, a team of William Mitchell students reached the final round of the annual Minnesota Intellectual Property Law Association (MIPLA) Cup Competition. Third-year Mitchell students Rebekah Vite and Stephanie Hilstrom were
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U. of California faculty union says MOOCs undermine professors’ intellectual
Inside Higher Ed
Faculty union officials in California worry professors who agree to teach free online classes could undermine faculty intellectual property rights and collective bargaining agreements. The union for faculty at the University of California at Santa Cruz
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Samsung Lawyer Assesses IP Legal Battle With Apple
Intellectual Property Watch
Cape Town, South Africa – Professor Charles Gielen, an insider in the epic design war between Apple and Samsung, has described the hostile standoff between the two corporate giants as a shape-shifting space for intellectual property laws following the
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Giving intellectual property rights to Veolia would be a serious giveaway
STLtoday.com
If they discover leaks in our water system, suggest we line our aging pipes with a durable coating, or recommend a specific program to meter water, we would be obligated to pay Veolia for use of their intellectual property. We could not get competing
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Pro & Con: Intellectual Property (Part 1)
The Data Center Journal (blog)
Big data; security; the cloud; outsourcing. These are all hot topics in IT today, and they all focus on applications of technology to meet various needs. But another topic that is increasingly garnering headlines is intellectual property (IP
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The Data Center Journal (blog)

Perkins Coie Grows Intellectual Property Practice
Law Week Colorado
Kinnear focuses his practice on patent prosecution, counseling and litigation, and provides intellectual property counsel to a range of businesses, from startups to Fortune 100 corporations. He regularly manages diverse and worldwide patent portfolios
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Bayer, Apple, Spanx, Grumpy Cat: Intellectual Property
Bloomberg
India’s Intellectual Property Appellate Board canceled the registration, saying “Imul” was too similar in sound to “Amul,” the brand under which the Gujarat milk group marketed its products, according to the newspaper. The board said the two marks were
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VRINGO AND VIRGINIA TECH INTELLECTUAL PROPERTIES ANNOUNCE
MarketWatch (press release)
NEW YORK – March 19, 2013 – Vringo, Inc. (nyse mkt:VRNG), a company engaged in the innovation, development and monetization of mobile technologies and intellectual property, today announced a partnership with Virginia Tech Intellectual Properties
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African Ministers Focus On IP Role In Innovation For Development; Less On
Intellectual Property Watch
Among a list of recommendations, ministers widely agreed on the importance of developing national intellectual property frameworks, capacity building, and raising awareness through education. Encouraging the use of IP flexibilities, however, was
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Intellectual Property Watch

To patent an idea, you must publish it. Many firms prefer secrecy
The Economist
THE conventional way to protect intellectual property is to patent it. This gives an inventor legal protection for his idea: if others want to use it, they must pay him. The snag is that he must publish his idea, making it easy for someone in a less
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2013 McDermott Intellectual Property Symposium
The National Law Review
Please save the date for McDermott Will & Emery’s second annual Intellectual Property Symposium to be held June 12–13, 2013. This program will include interactive panel discussions covering a broad range of current intellectual property (IP) issues,
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EchoStar, Nintendo, VirnetX: Intellectual Property
Bloomberg
EchoStar, Nintendo, VirnetX: Intellectual Property. By Victoria Slind-Flor – 2013-03-15T11:00:01Z. EchoStar Corp. (SATS)’s Sling Media, whose gadgets lets users watch live television shows on their mobile devices, filed a U.S. trade complaint seeking
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India undermining intellectual property: Pfizer
Economic Times
WASHINGTON: Months after its patent for a cancer medication was revoked by India, American firm Pfizer has told US lawmakers that New Delhi is undermining intellectual property by misuse of its compulsory licence provisions. “We believe that India is
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Economic Times

Debating Intellectual Property
Cato Institute (blog)
We have a knowledge-based economy, and we have to protect that. … We have to have the strongest intellectual property protection that we can possibly seek in these [trade] agreements. … We are failing miserably in the public debate about the
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Barnes & Noble, Emerson, Sturgis: Intellectual Property
Bloomberg
Barnes & Noble, Emerson, Sturgis: Intellectual Property. By Victoria Slind-Flor – 2013-03-14T11:01:01Z. Barnes & Noble Inc., the biggest U.S. bookstore chain, lost its bid for a federal judge to dismiss some claims it infringed Alcatel-Lucent (ALU
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Sonomax Adding to Intellectual Property Pipeline, Expanding Relationship with
Canada NewsWire (press release)
MONTREAL, March 14, 2013 /CNW Telbec/ – Sonomax Technologies Inc. (TSXV: SHH) is pleased to report that it is making significant progress in adding to its pipeline of intellectual property and that the Company is successfully expanding its relationship
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Intellectual property a hurdle in Pacific trade talks
Channel News Asia
SINGAPORE: Intellectual property (IP) protection has emerged among hurdles to a US-led Pacific free trade pact, negotiators said Wednesday, as 11 nations scramble to seal an accord this year. Further talks are needed in areas such as IP rights and
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Intellectual Property Watch
The clearinghouse will accept trademarks that are nationally or regionally registered trademarks; protected by statue or treaty; validated through a court of law or other judicial proceeding; or others that constitute intellectual property rights. Full
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What Does a Smart Person Do at CPAC?
Slate Magazine
Intellectual property rights, wrote Khanna, were viewed as pure capitalism, when they should be treated as a government monopoly at its worst. The memo was retracted; Khanna was out of the RSC. David Brooks was merely the most famous pundit heralding
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Slate Magazine

STMicroelectronics, Zoll, Costco: Intellectual Property
Bloomberg
Texas-based nonprofit has posted a video on Google Inc.’s YouTube video-sharing site in which it says it will make available plans for guns that can be created by anyone with access to a 3-D printer and that it is opposed to all forms of
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Raising the Bar for patent opposition procedures
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
Certain changes prescribed by the Intellectual Property Laws Amendment (Raising the Bar) Act 2012 (http://www.comlaw.gov.au/Details/C2012A00035) are due to come onto effect on 15 April 2013. In addition to the widely-publicised tightening of
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New KIPO commissioner appointed
Managing Intellectual Property (subscription)
The new commissioner also previously served as director-general of KIPO’s Intellectual Property Policy Bureau, and was director-general of the Trade and Industrial Cooperation Bureau at the Ministry of Knowledge Economy. As head of the IP Policy Bureau
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Intellectual property law coming
Daily News
President Jakaya Kikwete said this in Dar es Salaam yesterday while opening a two-day African Conference on the Strategic Importance of Intellectual Property (IP) Policies to Foster Innovation, Value Creation and Competitiveness organized by the World
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Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL) being accused of intellectual property theft
The Point
Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL) has been facing a blame of illegally acquiring speaker technology, which was being used in iPhones, iPads and iMac devices, by THX Ltd, whose founder is the world renowned producer of Star Wars, George Lucas. It is important
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The Point

[New Game] Square Enix Recycles Some Intellectual Property With New
Android Police
[New Game] Square Enix Recycles Some Intellectual Property With New Endless Runner Mini Ninjas [Update]. Posted by Jeremiah Rice in Games, News. If you were to look through the back catalog of console games circa 2009, you might be surprised to find
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USTR: IPRs Among “Most Challenging” Issues As TPP Talks Accelerate
Intellectual Property Watch
Intellectual property rights are among the three “most challenging” issues still to be resolved in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement negotiations following the latest round that wrapped up yesterday, the Office of the United States Trade
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Intellectual Property Expert Scott Austin joins VLP Law Group LLP
Florida Newswire
VLP LAW Group FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. /Florida Newswire/ — Today, VLP Law Group LLP has announced that trademark attorney Scott R. Austin, Board Certified by the Florida Bar in Intellectual Property Law, has joined the firm from Gordon & Rees LLP.
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Florida Newswire

US Concerns on Japanese Intellectual Property Protection (from 2012 NTE Report)
International IP and the Public Interest
Japan has generally strong levels of intellectual property protection, and was the first nation to ratify ACTA, so it has been suggested that its entrance might be helpful for American negotiators pushing for TRIPS-Plus intellectual property provisions
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Interpol, Pharma Join Hands Against The Crime Of Fake Pharmaceuticals
Intellectual Property Watch
International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers & Associations Director for Public Affairs & Global Health Policy, Mario Ottiglio, told Intellectual Property Watch that “IFPMA supports this partnership between Interpol and our industry to
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Combat Against Counterfeiting
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
For instance, TRIPS (The Agreement on Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights), which is an international agreement administered by the World Trade Organisation, for the first time introduced intellectual property law into the
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The John Marshall Law School Intellectual Property Law Program Jumps Five
PR Web (press release)
The work of the Center for Intellectual Property Law at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago has been recognized by US News & World Report in its latest 2014 Best Graduate Schools edition published today, March 12, 2013. The publication each year
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Tozzini Freire Advogados | Brazil: Intellectual Property – Relevant News
Linex Legal (registration) (press release)
Brazil: New Steps for Adhesion to the Madrid ProtocolIn March 2013, the Inter-Ministerial Group of Intellectual Property (GIPI) decided to submit to the Chamber of Foreign Trade (Camex) the proposal of Brazil’s adhesion to the Madrid Protocol.Once this
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hCGTreatments / Diet Doc hCG Diet and Weight Loss Plans Seeks Intellectual
DigitalJournal.com (press release)
Besides patent-protecting their innovative prescription and non-prescription diet products and services, Diet Doc hopes to further progress medical weight loss research by seeking intellectual property protection for their diet plan, allowing them to
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Ukraine’s Trade Privileges On Line Over Intellectual-Piracy Concerns
RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
KYIV/PRAGUE — In late January 2012, authorities in Ukraine shut down one of the most notorious websites in the world for illegally downloading films, television shows, and other intellectual property. Police seized 200 servers and more than 6,000
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RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty

The Anticipated US Ascension To Hague Agreement
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
Brazil and Russia have taken first steps toward considering the Hague system, and an intellectual property working group associated with the 10-country Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) set a goal in 2011 of having at least seven ASEAN
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SIPO Releases Consultation Draft of Regulations on Service Inventions
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
On November 12, 2012, the Consultation Draft of Regulations on Service Inventions (“Draft Regulation”) was released by the State Intellectual Property Office of China for public comments with immediate effect. The Draft Regulation was formulated for
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Intellectual property rights: awareness can further strengthen economy
Business Recorder (blog)
Punjab Secretary Industries, Commerce and Investment, Dr Shujaat Ali on Tuesday said that the country’s economy could further be strengthened by creating awareness about the intellectual property rights. While speaking at a training workshop on “Trade
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Auckland man among world’s top intellectual property strategists
Voxy
An Auckland intellectual property (IP) expert has been declared one of the world’s top IP strategists by the internationally renowned Intellectual Asset Management (IAM) magazine. Paul Adams, CEO of Takapuna based EverEdge IP, is one of only 300 people
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Keeping Your IP Fit And Healthy
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
Intellectual property (IP) refers to a range of creations of the mind for which specific legal protection may be available. Common types of protection include patents, trademarks, registered design rights and copyright. Medical device technology is a
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Intellectual Property India Publishes Patent Application for ‘Method and
Waste Management World
MUMBAI, India, March 13 — Intellectual Property India has published a patent application (8381/DELNP/2011 A) filed by Proterrgo Inc., Montreal on Oct. 28, 2011 for a ‘method and apparatus for gasification of organic waste.’ The application for the
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World Intellectual Day Essays
Caribarena Antigua
Antigua St. John’s – On March 14, Scotiabank Country Manager Gordon Julien, Senator Joanne Massiah of the Ministry of Legal Affairs, and Ricki Camacho, registrar, Antigua and Barbuda Intellectual Property and Commerce Office (ABIPCO), launched the
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NeoStem Announces Intellectual Property Expansion in Cardiovascular Disease
MarketWatch (press release)
NeoStem Announces Intellectual Property Expansion in Cardiovascular Disease. NEW YORK, March 13, Mar 13, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE via COMTEX) — NeoStem, Inc. (nyse mkt:NBS) (“NeoStem” or the “Company”), a leader in the emerging cellular
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MarketWatch (press release)

Tuesday, February 26, 2013
News

43 new results for Intellectual Property

Johnny Football To Become Johnny “Cash”?: Protecting Manziel’s Intellectual
Forbes
Intellectual property consists of items that one has created that are unique and that provide one with an economic benefit. Simply stated, intellectual property is basically anything that is written, visually created, and unique to an individual
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Polypore, Sony, Google, Microsoft: Intellectual Property
Bloomberg
Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP hired David A. Randall for its intellectual property practice group, the Los Angeles-based firm said in a statement. Randall, who joins from Washington’s Dickstein Shapiro LLP, is a litigator who has represented
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The Use of Legal Scholarship in Intellectual Property Decisions
Patently-O
These and other arguments criticizing the Federal Circuit’s performance are supported by the epithet that the Federal Circuit cites scholarship in its patent opinions at a far lower rate than other circuits do in their intellectual property opinions
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University intellectual property: a source of finance and impact
Chemistry World
Among the many texts that have been published recently on the topic of intellectual property exploitation, this books stands out for its focus on innovations developed within universities. Graham Richards, the editor and principal author, writes from
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Intellectual property rights: Google vs. publishers
Deutsche Welle
Intellectual property rights: Google vs. publishers. It’s hard enough to make money with journalism on the Internet – unless your name is Google and you have the ability to create news search results. This irks publishers, which say they deserve a
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Common mistakes in intellectual property misuse
Kitsap Peninsula Business Journal
The dust has settled over Instagram’s change in terms of services, which gave the photo-sharing site broader control over users’ content. Most people are more aware about the loss of control over their words or photos — their intellectual property
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Alcatel-Lucent, Google, Lions Gate: Intellectual Property
Bloomberg
The company said its specialty service aimed at non-patent intellectual property was developed in response to an increase in trade secret-related litigation in courts and before the U.S. International Trade Commission, together with President Barack
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The Market Court Will Have Exclusive Jurisdiction Over All Intellectual
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
The new Finnish Market Court Act (99/2013) will move the hearing of intellectual property disputes to Market Court as the first instance as of 1 September 2013. This means a significant change in comparison to the current situation where either one of
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Klemchuk Kubasta Attorneys Provide Intellectual Property Course Instruction
PR Urgent (press release)
Casey Griffith and Kirby Drake, attorneys at Klemchuk Kubasta LLP (KK LLP), a leading intellectual property (IP) law firm, were key presenters during the 26th Annual Advanced Intellectual Property Law Course which was co-sponsored by the Intellectual
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China Releases Intellectual Property Plan for Strategic Emerging Industries
China Briefing
Feb. 25 – China’s State Intellectual Property Office officially released the “2013 Intellectual Property Work Plan for Strategic Emerging Industries (hereinafter referred to as the ‘Plan’)” on February 18, which has been jointly prepared by 10
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Intellectual-Property Pirates of the Caribbean
The National Interest Online
Instead of imposing higher tariffs on U.S. goods, Antigua has proposed violating the WTO’s intellectual property rules by offering copyrighted (or patented) U.S. goods. Antigua is not the first to propose this, but its efforts have received the most
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The National Interest Online

IP And Publicly Financed R&D
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
In 2008 the government introduced important intellectual property (IP) legislation. The Intellectual Property Rights from Publicly Financed Research and Development Act 51 of 2008 – which only came into force on 2 August 2010 – governs the ownership
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Intellectual property under attack by secret Chinese military unit
Lexology (registration)
In addition to orchestrating attacks against high level US and Canadian government interests, they are increasingly targeting the intellectual property of companies involved in critical infrastructure such as the electrical power grid, gas lines, and
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Further Expansion Of The Madrid Community
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
The World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) continues to work hard to persuade as many countries as possible to join the Madrid system. New members in recent years are Oman in 2007, Ghana, Madagascar and Serbia in 2008, Israel in 2010 and
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South Africa: Pics On Twitter
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
There was an interesting decision in the US recently about the intellectual property (IP) implications of posting a photo on Twitter. The facts were that a professional photographer by the name of Daniel Morel – a man who has apparently spent over 25
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Microsoft, VF, CIAA, Nolo, RIAA : Intellectual Property
Bloomberg
Microsoft, VF, CIAA, Nolo, RIAA : Intellectual Property. By Victoria Slind-Flor – 2013-02-22T12:00:00Z. The top lawyers for Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) and Oracle Corp. (ORCL), saying software patents are important drivers of U.S. innovation and economic
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Court Affirms Utility Of Gleevec Patent
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
On the contrary, the Court found that the patent makes it very clear that the compound claims are “the most important aspect of the patent, with the use claims, the process claims and the medicinal composition claims arising from the properties of the
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IP: Stripped Down To The Bare Essentials
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
But the chances are that you didn’t once think intellectual property (IP). You should have, though, because – as is so often the case – IP played a major role in the story. And Devi even gave you a very strong clue, when she said that one of the
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Rep. Chu helps form caucus to protect intellectual property rights
Pasadena Sun
The caucus will work to educate members of Congress and the general public about the importance of preserving and protecting the intellectual property rights of American creators of movies, music, software and other creative works. Intellectual
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Monsanto, Gilead, TWX, Autodesk: Intellectual Property
Bloomberg
Time Warner Inc. (TWX)’s DC Comics Unit has persuaded the U.K.’s Intellectual Property Office to block a sporting goods’ company’s “Batsman” trademark registration, the U.K.’s Telegraph newspaper reported. The office’s hearing officer agreed with the
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Map design and intellectual property rights question
GameDev.net
I wondering if they: 1) got permission beforehand to copy the maps, 2) copied the maps and got permission afterwards, 3) just did without permission 4) its different enough not to violate any intellectual property laws 5) something else… They got
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Intellectual Property Leasing in Australia Industry Market Research Report Now
San Francisco Chronicle (press release)
Companies that lease intellectual property have been growing weakly, but this growth is expected to strengthen over the next five years. For these reasons, industry research firm IBISWorld has added a report on the Intellectual Property Leasing
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San Francisco Chronicle (press release)

Verification Intellectual Property TSC Member Receives Accellera Technical
Azom.com
Accellera Systems Initiative (Accellera) announced today that Janick Bergeron, a member of the Verification Intellectual Property (VIP) Technical Subcommittee (TSC), is the recipient of the second annual Accellera Technical Excellence Award.
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Azom.com

Theft of intellectual property at an all-time high in China
Youngstown Vindicator
But recent events and a report issued this week by the Alexandria, Virginia-based cybersecurity firm Mandiant make a convincing case that China is taking industrial spying and theft of intellectual property to a whole new level. Mandiant said it found
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ABA 28th Annual Intellectual Property Law Conference
Patent Docs
ABA 28th Annual Intellectual Property Law Conference. Brochure Cover The American Bar Association (ABA) Section of Intellectual Property Law will be holding its 28th Annual Intellectual Property Law Conference on April 3-5, 2013 in Arlington, VA. Among
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Seasoned Intellectual Property Partner Dave Randall Joins Sheppard Mullin Los
MarketWatch (press release)
LOS ANGELES, CA, Feb 25, 2013 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) — David A. Randall has joined the Los Angeles office of Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP as a partner in the firm’s Intellectual Property practice group, joining from Dickstein Shapiro.
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Why Engineers Fall for Phishing Attacks
Wall Street Journal (blog)
Most cyber attacks that ferret out intellectual property begin with malicious email messages containing code that then spreads through the user’s computer and from there onto the user’s corporate network. Surprisingly, some of the most susceptible
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Oat, Peas, Beans, and Patents Grow
American University Intellectual Property Brief
Monsanto is a $12 billion empire with a reputation for using ruthless strategies to protect its intellectual property. It has gone so far as to reward farmers who report their infringing neighbors. Rural farmers simply don’t have the means to engage in
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American University Intellectual Property Brief

Macy’s, Rex, Titanic, Pirate Bay: Intellectual Property
Bloomberg
To rule that the first sale of a seed ends Monsanto’s intellectual property rights would “eviscerate patent protections,” Melissa Arbus Sherry, a Justice Department lawyer, told the justices. The case, which the justices will decide by July, is Bowman
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Tech CFOs Sour on IPOs, Target Intellectual Property: Survey
Wall Street Journal (blog)
Chief financial officers of technology companies have grown wary of the IPO market since a series of offerings floundered last year, but they are still focusing on growth and expect merger activity to stay strong this year as they target acquisitions
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Microsoft and Nikon Sign Android Patent Agreement
ag-IP-news Agency
“Microsoft and Nikon have a long history of collaboration, and this agreement further demonstrates the value that both companies place on responsible IP licensing,” said David Kaefer, general manager of Intellectual Property (IP) Licensing at Microsoft.
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Protecting Your Data, Intellectual Property, and Brand from Cyber Attacks
Australian Techworld
Protecting Your Data, Intellectual Property, and Brand from Cyber Attacks. Enterprises and government agencies are under virtually constant attack today. It is clear that the cybercriminals, nation-states, and hacker activists waging these attacks are
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US to crack down on intellectual property theft
The Voice of Russia
Washington would step up diplomatic efforts to complain to countries where trade secret theft is rampant, according to a document laying out a new strategy to prevent intellectual property theft. The document stopped short of stating that the US was
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The Voice of Russia

Home / Patent Translation and Search Specialist RWS Group Exhibiting at the
ag-IP-news Agency
(http://www.ipcounselcongress.com/2013shenzhen/index.html) Senior staff from RWS’ growing Beijing production and sales office will present RWS’ Intellectual Property services including WorldFile and EuroFile translation and filing services. It will
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Cybertheft Threat Underscores Crucial Need to Protect American Intellectual
Huffington Post
Front-page news this week that Chinese cyber hacking may have been sanctioned by the Chinese military has once again drawn significant attention to the critical need for the United States to step up the protection of its intellectual property. Today
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Solution provider agreement issues: Protection of intellectual property
TechTarget
But it might also require solution providers to take a different approach to contracts in order to differentiate their company’s intellectual property from that of its customers or companies it partners with. “A lot of what your company does involves
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King & Spalding Expands West Coast Intellectual Property Practice With
Marketwire (press release)
SAN FRANCISCO, CA–(Marketwire – Feb 20, 2013) – King & Spalding has recruited veteran intellectual property lawyer Kenneth Steinthal as a partner in its San Francisco office. Steinthal joins King & Spalding from Greenberg Traurig, where he served as
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Professors and President Chopp Hold Intellectual Property Forum
Swarthmore College The Phoenix Online
A panel of professors and President Rebecca Chopp intrepidly tackled the question “Who Owns an Idea?” this past Tuesday as part of a round table discussion hosted by the Writing Associates Program. Intellectual property remains one of the most
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Abu-Ghazaleh Tackles Transformative Education and Rejuvenation in the Arab
ag-IP-news Agency
He said: “Four decades ago, I built Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Organization with the aspiration to promote intellectual property rights and contribute to the development of a knowledge society in the Arab world. Our Organization has successfully done brick and
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Boosting intellectual property rights
Informante
Speaking at the start of the Intellectual Property (IP) awareness week organized in Windhoek by Microsoft Namibia, Simataa said that, “if the law is not to be reduced to an object of ridicule, such law must keep abreast of the technological advances
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New law firm in Jackson specializes in intellectual property
Canton Repository
Dureska, Kennedy & Moore, a boutique intellectual property law firm, opened Feb. 1 in the Renaissance Centre building, 4580 Stephen Circle NW, Suite 301. Partners David P. Dureska, Edward T. Kennedy and Brent L. Moore and associate Joseph A.
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Leverage Legal Group Announces New Global Intellectual Property and
PR Web (press release)
Jessica Eaves Mathews has announced the launch of Leverage Legal Group, a global intellectual property and business law firm for the new economy, serving clients in the US and world wide. Leverage Legal Group seeks to provide companies with access
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PR Web (press release)

Second judge to join Apple-Samsung trial
ARNnet
Anyone who …” EXCLUSIVE: Ingram Micro 2013 – the Matt Sanderson interview. “I tried symantech really i am frustrated with that it didn’t solve …” Arndt leaves Symantec. Tags: Apple, intellectual property, patent, Samsung Electronics, legal, mobile
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Tuesday, February 12 2013

News 41 new results for Intellectual Property
Marvell, Dish, Youku Tudou, Boeing: Intellectual Property
Bloomberg
Former U.S. presidential candidate Ron Paul has filed a trademark complaint with the World
Intellectual Property Organization’s Arbitration and Mediation Center. Paul is asking WIPO for control over the RonPaul.Org and RonPaul.Com Internet domain names 
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Federal judge to talk on intellectual property law
Lincoln Journal Star
Federal judge to talk on 
intellectual property law. Print Email. 2013-02-12T09:30:00Z 2013-02-12T17:55:10Z Federal judge to talk on intellectual property lawLincoln Journal Star JournalStar.com. 10 hours ago • Lincoln Journal Star · (0) Comments 
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Advanced Voice Recognition Systems, Inc. Provides Update Regarding
The Providence Journal
“We believe it is important to explore many different avenues to determine the best method to realize the greatest return and value for our 
intellectual property,” said Walter Geldenhuys, President and CEO of AVRS. “We plan to inform our shareholders
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The Providence Journal
Picture It Settled® Predicts Outcome of Intellectual Property Case Within 3.5 
PR Newswire (press release)
SAN ANTONIO, Feb. 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Picture It Settled® announces today the release of an 
intellectual property case study written by Will Pryor , Mediator, Arbitrator and Adjunct Professor of SMU Law School in Dallas entitled, “Discovering 
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Customs and intellectual property rights: new EU regulation not far off from 
Lexology (registration)
On 24 January, the Internal Market Committee MEPs endorsed the proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council concerning customs enforcement of 
intellectual propertyrights (5129/2013/EC), which will strengthen the enforcement 
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CAFC, Icann, Pearson, Activision: Intellectual Property
Bloomberg
Raymond T. Chen is presently the deputy general counsel for 
intellectual property law and solicitor. He’s had that post since 2008. He is a familiar figure at the appeals court, where he served as a technical assistant from 1996 to 1998. After he left 
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Canada Expands Options For Accelerating Patent Prosecution
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
On January 31, 2013, the Canadian 
Intellectual Property Office (CIPO) commenced a two-year pilot Patent Cooperation Treaty-Patent Prosecution Highway (PCT-PPH) program with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). This complements 
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Ocean Tomo Intellectual Property Advice Recognized in $410 Million Sale of 
PR Web (press release)
Leading 
intellectual property (IP) transactions to date such as Nortel’s $4.5 Billion sale of 650 patents to a consortium of companies resulting in the creation of Rockstar IP and Motorola Mobility’s $12.5 Billion sale of over 17,000 patents to Google 
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Anassutzi seminar in Swindon for intellectual property
Wiltshire Business
Anassutzi & Co, a specialist 
intellectual property and commercial law niche consultancy, has teamed up with Lydiard House in Swindon for a one day seminar. The location is used by Boeing and other multinational companies for their training sessions.
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JASON CHARKOW JOINS VRINGO AS INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY COUNSEL
MarketWatch (press release)
(Thomson Reuters ONE via COMTEX) — NEW YORK – February 12, 2013 – Vringo, Inc. (nyse mkt:VRNG), a company engaged in the innovation, development and monetization of mobile technologies and 
intellectual property, today announced that Jason 
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International Intellectual Property Alliance recommends designation of Ukraine 
Kyiv Post
The International 
Intellectual Property Alliance (IIPA) is a private sector coalition, formed in 1984, of trade associations representing U.S. copyright-based industries in bilateral and multilateral efforts working to improve international protection 
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Kyiv Post
USPTO, NSF, and NBC Learn Launch “Science of Innovation” Series
ag-IP-news Agency
According to the USPTO, the program represents the latest 
intellectual property (IP) education efforts by the USPTO and serves as a public-private partnership leveraging the best strengths of federal agencies, industry, and educators to demonstrate the 
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Intellectual property
The Lawyer
We represent clients on the creation, development, exploitation and enforcement of all forms of
intellectual property. 12 February 2013. Our lawyers advise on a broad range of contentious and non-contentious matters ranging from complex patent and 
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Intellectual Property India Publishes Patent Application for ‘Polymer Concrete 
Waste Management World
MUMBAI, India, Feb. 11 – 
Intellectual Property India has published a patent application (3316/DEL/2012 A) filed by Fareed Mahdi, Aligarh Uttar Pradesh on Oct. 29, 2012 for a ‘polymer concrete based on resin obtained from recycled pet bottles.’ 
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Google, Merck, Gruyere, Newzbin2: Intellectual Property
Bloomberg
“We invest heavily in the research and development that is needed to discover innovative medicines like Vytorin and Zetia, and we will vigorously defend our 
intellectual property rights.” According to Merck’s third-quarter report, the Whitehouse 
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Report Proposes Solutions To Address Non-Communicable Diseases
Intellectual Property Watch
 recently graduated with a Master in International Law from the Graduate Institute in Geneva and UCLA School of Law. Through her work experience and academic interests she has specialized in international trade, intellectual property, and public health.
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Protecting intellectual property through cybersecurity: does an asymmetric 
Lexology (registration)
Smart phones, social media networks, open source technologies, and crowd sourcing (whether for ideas or funding) are some examples of this trend. But when it comes to protecting your 
intellectual property and privacy in this sphere (e.g., cybersecurity 
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DelcinConsulting.com Launches Intellectual Property Service for Individuals 
PR Web (press release)
With a commitment to protect the integrity of 
intellectual property rights, Delcin Consulting is announcing plans to offer intellectual property services including copyright, trademark and patent. This service is designed to assuage the hardships of 
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Online Registration Service Launched in Lebanon
ag-IP-news Agency
BEIRUT – The trademark registration process in Lebanon is now quicker and easier through the online registration service offered by the Lebanese 
Intellectual Property Protection Office, affiliate of Ministry of Economy and Trade, a press release by 
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Australia appoints new IP adviser
Managing Intellectual Property (subscription)
Australia’s IP policy makers have a new team of specialists to advise them after the country’s minister for industry and innovation appointed four new members to its Advisory Council on
Intellectual Property (ACIP). ACIP is an independent body that 
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Amazon, Aaron Swartz, BBC, Kappos: Intellectual Property
Bloomberg
Before Kappos joined the patent office in 2009, he was the vice president and assistant general counsel for 
intellectual property at International Business Machines Corp. He joined IBM in 1983, and spent more than 25 years at the company, first as a 
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Disease-sensing tattoos? Princeton’s ‘Intellectual Property Accelerator Fund 
The Times of Trenton – NJ.com
With nine proposals awarded grants of $50,000 to $100,000 this year, the school’s 
Intellectual Property Accelerator Fund is funding innovations in a variety of fields, from molecular biology to physics to engineering. “Part of the excitement is to see 
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Daniels: Purdue student inventors to own intellectual property
Journal and Courier
Purdue University students who invent a biomedical device or find a new use for soybeans will now own the 
intellectual property rights as part of a new reinterpretation of university policy. Today President Mitch Daniels announced the change as means 
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Stryker, Kraft, Bridgestone: Intellectual Property
Bloomberg
Zimmer Holdings Inc. was told to pay $70 million to Stryker Corp. for infringing patents related to a device that removes damaged tissue and cleans bones during joint-replacement surgery. Zimmer infringed three Stryker patents, a federal jury in 

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Call to establish intellectual property exchange in India
Hindu Business Line
(from left) Tabrez Ahmad, Chairman of 
Intellectual Property Committee, Manufacturer’s Association for Information Technology, in conversation with Ramesh Datla, Managing Director, ELICO and Chairman of CII National Committee of IP Owners, at the 
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Hindu Business Line
Hot Topics and Current Developments in Intellectual Property Law Outlined at 
PR Web (press release)
Change is the one constant in the world of 
intellectual property (IP) law. To help IP attorneys keep current, The John Marshall Law School is hosting its 57th annual Intellectual Property Law Conference with outstanding speakers addressing issues in 
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WIPO Update: Improved Text On Genetic Resources; Disclosure Still Undecided
Intellectual Property Watch
The consolidated document relating to 
intellectual property and genetic resources – Rev 2 [pdf] now consists of 12 pages instead of the 24 of the original consolidated document [pdf] with which delegates started the drafting process at the beginning of 
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Intellectual property classes rescheduled
Coos Bay World
NORTH BEND — Presentations by 
intellectual property lawyer Leonard DuBoff that were scheduled for Sunday and Monday at Southwestern Oregon Community College have been postponed till June 30 and July 1. SWOCC’s Small Business Development 
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Department of Economic Development brings forward new intellectual property 
isleofman.com
The Department of Economic Development is bringing forward the first item in an ambitious programme of 
intellectual property legislation to Tynwald in February. ‘Intellectual property‘ is the term used to describe the rights of creators and innovators 
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Technology Transfer Office to host presentation Feb. 15 on intellectual 
NIU Today
Zura’s practice includes preparing, prosecuting, and securing patent portfolio development and enforcement; preparing, prosecuting and securing patent protection for his clients’ innovations; and providing 
intellectual property counseling including 
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Purdue: Student inventors will now own invention’s intellectual property rights
The Republic
WEST LAFAYETTE, Indiana — Purdue University is opening up 
intellectual property rights to student-inventors who make technological breakthroughs using university resources. Purdue President Mitch Daniels said Friday the change will “foster a culture 
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Judge invalidates 13 Motorola Mobility patent claims in Microsoft case
InfoWorld
InfoWorld Home / News / Technology Business / 
Intellectual Property / Judge invalidates 13 Motorola Mobility patent… February 07, 2013. Judge invalidates 13 Motorola Mobility patent claims in Microsoft case. The patent claims are ‘indistinguishable 
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Complete database to protect intellectual property right soon
Financial Express Bangladesh
Department of Patents, Designs and Trademarks (DPDT) Sunday started work for preparing a complete database to protect 
intellectual property right and product innovation and patent of Geographic Identification of products. Ministry of Industries (MoI) 
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Spencer Fane attorney Robbins named 2013 ‘Top Rated Lawyer inIntellectual 
Madison County Record
LOUIS – Spencer Fane Britt & Browne LLP has announced that Glenn K. Robbins, II, a partner in the firm’s St. Louis office, has been named a “Top Rated Lawyer in
Intellectual Property” by LexisNexis Martindale-Hubbell and American Lawyer Media. Robbins 
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Madison County Record
Intellectual Property Laws Amendment Bill returned to parliament due to 
Political Analysis South Africa
In 2008, the Committee on Trade and Industry released a draft bill to regulate the protection of indigenous 
intellectual property. However, the Bill, which was finally passed by the National Assembly in 2010, was refused by president Zuma, under 
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Political Analysis South Africa
Intellectual Property Management Software Provider IPfolio Enters into 
PR Newswire (press release)
BERKELEY, Calif., Feb. 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — IPfolio, the provider of 
intellectual property (IP) management software built on the Force.com platform, has entered a strategic partnership with ProspeQta, a leading IP and innovation consultancy based in 
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African Union Declares It Will Proceed With Pan-African IP Office
Intellectual Property Watch
The heads of state of the African Union (AU), the regional body working on African integration, have decided to proceed with the establishment of a Pan-African 
Intellectual Property Office (PAIPO), despite misgivings about the potential impact on their 
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Diversinet Expands Mobile Security Intellectual Property Portfolio with U.S 
PR Newswire (press release)
The patents expand Diversinet’s 
intellectual property portfolio to 22 granted and 26 pending patents. The portfolio provides the company, its customers and its licensees competitive advantages in markets such as healthcare, banking, government and 
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STWA Retains Law Firm With Energy Patent Expertise to Fortify Intellectual 
MarketWatch (press release)
Having recently announced being engaged in discussions with multiple pipeline operators regarding the commercial implementation of its Applied Oil Technology(TM) AOT(TM) 2.0, STWA has engaged Jones Walker to further fortify the 
intellectual property 
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Intellectual Property India Publishes Patent Application for ‘Fault-ride 
Power Engineering Magazine
MUMBAI, India, Feb. 6 – 
Intellectual Property India has published a patent application (2852/DEL/2011 A) filed by Siemens AG, Munchen on Sept. 30, 2011 for a ‘fault-ride-through method converter and power generating unit for a wind turbine .’ 
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WTO, WHO, WIPO Examine Intersection of Public Health, Intellectual Property 
Bridges Weekly Trade News Digest
More coherence is needed between public health, 
intellectual property (IP), and trade policies in order to advance innovation and improve access to medicines, according to a joint report released by the WTO, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the 
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