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UPC Update (November 2015, part II): SPCs, US interest and UK Taskforce

In today’s update we highlight an article relating to Supplementary Protection Certificates (SPCs) and the UPC and an article that discusses the interest of US applicants for unitary patent protection. 385 more words


Three Google Patents You Should Know About for 2016

From Search Engine Land: 3 Google Patents You Should Know About in 2016. “Now, while there may not be any way to become fully future-proof against Google changes (after all, they perform 500–600 minor changes a year, on top of their big updates), there are ways you can stay ahead of the game. 23 more words

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Huawei v. ZTE: Enforcing standard-essential patents as abuse of dominance

Following the request for a preliminary ruling issued by the Landgericht of Düsseldorf (Germany), on July 16th 2015, the European Court of Justice addressed the question whether or not, and at what conditions, the firm holding a… 719 more words


Journal Discussed - Technology and Research Part 2

Patents. They are a familiar concept in our world, with large court battles between the biggest technology firms. Could that work in a computer game? In a world where technology progresses, and players are the ones progressing it, patents could well make sense. 1,520 more words

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Microbe Malpractice

By Emily Q Welch

Medicine is part of daily American life, whether in the form of prescription antibiotics or over the counter pain killers. Our constant consumption of medicine means that not only do medical practitioners go through strenuous education and training, the drugs they prescribe are… 566 more words

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The fact and terms of this agreement are confidential
“The parties” are defined as the companies involved
By agreeing to this contract you accept its terms and waive all rights to… 135 more words


Apple wins patent infringement lawsuit filed by Pendrell subsidiary ContentGuard

”Apple has emerged victorious in yet another legal tussle pertaining to patent infringement,” Anu Passary reports for Tech Times. “The Cupertino company has won the lawsuit filed against it by ContentGuard Holdings, a subsidiary of Pendrell Corp.” 168 more words