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Copyright in Numerology

Numerology is any belief in the divine, mystical relationship between a number and one or more coinciding events. It is also the study of the numerical value of the letters in words, names and ideas. 6,239 more words

Intellectual Property

Trocsanyi: Cooperation with EC "not completely reassuring"

Hungary’s cooperation with the European Commission is “not completely reassuring”, Justice Minister Laszlo Trocsanyi said on Monday during an annual hearing before parliament’s European affairs committee. 177 more words

Government sends response to EC over infringement procedure

The Hungarian government considers the European Commission’s infringement procedure launched against Hungary’s law on the transparency of civil organisations as unfounded, in a formal response sent to the Commission on Tuesday, a justice ministry state secretary said. 194 more words

Rembrandt Patent Innovations, LLC et al. v. Apple, Inc.


Docket No. 2016-2324

PROST, CHEN, HUGHES
November 22, 2017

Non-precedential

Brief summary: DC claim construction and finding of no infringement by Apple affirmed.

Summary: Rembrandt appealed DC grant of SJ of noninfringement by Apple’s “mobile products” (iPhone, iPad, and iTouch) of US 6,185,679 relating to “techniques for securely initializing, or ‘bootstrapping,’ a computer system.” The FC panel opinion explains that “Apple’s noninfringement arguments hinge on whether the claimed recovery step must be performed automatically without human interaction, as Apple argues” (and the DC agreed), “or whether there is not such a requirement, as Rembrandt argues.” The DC concluded the ‘679 specification “clearly limited” manual recovery “to instances when several attempts at automatic recovery have failed”, “Apple’s recovery process did not solve the same problem purported to be solved by the ‘678 patent”, and making “Apple’s recovery procedure…equivalent to automatic recovery…would vitiate the automatic limitation”. 382 more words

Claim Construction

Eli Lilly et al. v. Perrigo / Amneal


Docket No. 2016-2555, -2614

CHEN, PLAGER, HUGHES
November 22, 2017

Non-precedential

Brief summary: DC decision that certain claims are not obvious (e.g., the prior art does not teach away); that certain other claims are obvious (e.g., alternatives theories presented here not raised in front of the DC); and infringement by Amneal (e.g., ‘blade-like manner’…appears nowhere in the claims”) affirmed. 276 more words

Obviousness

Trademark & Copyright Lawyer Interview

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2014 College of Law graduate Shruti Bhutani Arora, a native of India, completed a combined B.A./LL..B. degree at the Army Institute of Law in Mohali , Punjab, in the early 2000s, and practiced trademark law at a boutique IP firm in New Delhi for several years before getting married, coming to the U.S., and deciding to attend a U.S. 783 more words

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Importation of Infringing Copies

The Registrar of Copyrights, on application by the owner of the copyright in any work or by his duly authorized agent and on payment of the prescribed fee, may, after making such inquiry as he deems fit, order that copies made out of India of the work which if made in India would infringe copyright shall not be imported. 112 more words

Creativity