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EMD Millipore Corporation et al. v. AllPure Technologies, LLC


Docket No. 2014-1140

PROST, O’MALLEY, HUGHES
September 29, 2014

Brief Summary: DC decision of no infringement affirmed because there was no literal or DOE infringement. In addition, the FC panel concluded that, due to amendments made by Millipore, in response to a rejection, the DC “should have proceeded under the presumption that applies” which would have placed the burden of rebuttal (Festo, FC 2003) on Millipore. 414 more words

Infringement

Your Images and the Internet

It was recently brought to my attention that someone had taken several of my product images and was using them in to teach a class on making silk screens. 259 more words

Tips & Trick

SoCal IP Institute :: September 22, 2014 :: A Glance at Current Copyright Happenings

Our weekly SoCal IP Institute meeting on Monday, September 22, 2014 will be a discussion of recent copyright cases. Brief synopses of the cases we will discuss appear below. 198 more words

Copyright

Del Monte vs. CA

G.R. No. 78325, January 25, 1990

Facts:

Petitioner Del Monte Corporation is a foreign company organized under the laws of the United States and not engaged in business in the Philippines. 1,192 more words

Unfair Competition

Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. Vs. Anglo French Drugs and Industries Ltd.

Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. Vs. Anglo French Drugs and Industries Ltd.

Decided on: 12.09.2014

In the High Court of Delhi

Appellant, marketed Oxcarbazepine, an anticonvulsant and mood stabilizing drug used in the treatment of epilepsy and bipolar disorder under the trade mark OXETOL. 262 more words

Intellectual Property Rights

Virnetx, Inc. and SAIC v. Cisco Systems, Inc. and Apple Inc.


Docket No. 2013-1489

PROST, CHEN
September 16, 2014

Brief Summary: DC claim construction finding reversed based on intrinsic evidence (specification). Infringment under DOE finding reversed because expert testimony did not show function in same “way”. 480 more words

Claim Construction

Not So Fancy . . . It's a Forgery?

Oh no, Iggy is suing an ex-boyfriend for copyright infringement and other intellectual property claims! The lawsuit alleges that in 2008 the ex (he was 33 and she was 17 at the time) downloaded some songs Iggy had stored on her laptop. 233 more words

Fraudulently Fooled