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Copyrights board

Written by – Karimullah Adeni
Published in Daily Dawn – Dated : November 18, 2017

COPYRIGHTS, being the principal component of intellectual property rights, guarantee the protection of all creations of authors, designers, artists, softwares, and others.

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Karimullah Adeni

Google Antitrust Investigations: FTC, EU, state attorneys general... More to come?

The ABA Journal reported this week that Google was subpoenaed by the Missouri attorney general (Josh Hawley) for antitrust and consumer protection violations. Google has been placed on notice and the investigation is ongoing. 760 more words

Expert Witness

Federal Circuit Upholds Finding of Induced Infringement Based on Drug’s Label Instructions

In Sanofi v. Watson Laboratories et al., the Federal Circuit affirmed the United States District Court for the District of Delaware’s ruling that the defendants’ sale of their proposed generic drugs would induce infringement by physicians, as well as the district court’s rejection of the defendants’ obviousness arguments and finding of direct infringement by both defendants. 428 more words

Intellectual Property

Fake News? How about Fake Journalist™ 

Last week, the New York Times filed a lawsuit against Contessa Bourbon for causing substantial damage and injury to the paper’s business, goodwill and reputation. Despite having never worked for the Times, Contessa has been representing herself as one of their reporters – both in person, and on social media. 720 more words


TM-link: the new database linking international trade mark data (IP Australia)

IP Australia: TM-link: the new database linking international trade mark data. “In partnership with Swinburne University of Technology and the University of Melbourne, IP Australia has developed a single, internationally-linked trade mark database called TM-link. 43 more words

New Resources

NAFTA in the Digital Era


The election of Donald Trump has brought renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement to the forefront of Canada’s trade priorities. Discussions have ranged from our agricultural supply regimes to tariffs, but one potentially transformative aspect relates to digital rights. 593 more words


BlackBerry shifts patent strategy through outsourcing deal

TORONTO — Canada’s BlackBerry Ltd announced the outsourcing of a significant part of its patent licensing efforts on Wednesday to a unit of the U.S.-based Marconi Group. 320 more words

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