2015/08/04 世界の知財関連のニュース


BBC


New game 'could help schizophrenia patients'
Brain game 'improves lives of schizophrenia patients'
Navy's reign in patent rankings continues
Amfil Technologies Inc. Files Provisional Patent Application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office for GROzone Technology Protection; Receives Patent Pending Number
Amfil Technologies Inc. Files Provisional Patent Application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office for GROzone Technology Protection; Receives Patent Pending Number


Russian Legal Information Agency


Moscow court orders retrial on Open Russia office search
The Moscow City Court has ordered a new trial over the legality of searches at the offices of the Open Russia public movement established by businessman Mikhail Khodorkovsky and several other former Yukos employees.
Sberbank drops $393,000 lawsuit against Mechel
The Moscow Commercial Court has accepted Sberbank’s withdrawal of a $393,000 lawsuit against the mining and steel giant Mechel and its subsidiaries, RAPSI reports from the courtroom on Monday.
Former Rusnano chief Melamed’s bank accounts frozen by Moscow court
Moscow's Basmanny District Court has frozen bank accounts of ex-chief of Rusnano (formerly Russian Corporation of Nanotechnologies) Leonid Melamed over alleged embezzling of 227 million rubles ($3.6 million).
Moscow court orders retrial on Open Russia office search
Sberbank drops $393,000 lawsuit against Mechel
Former Rusnano chief Melamed’s bank accounts frozen by Moscow court
Executive from Argentina pleads not guilty to FIFA corruption charges – report
Alleged members of international bank card theft ring arrested in Russia
Sanctioned products to be destroyed at border and inside Russia - report
Moscow court orders retrial on Open Russia office search
Sberbank drops $393,000 lawsuit against Mechel
Former Rusnano chief Melamed’s bank accounts frozen by Moscow court
Executive from Argentina pleads not guilty to FIFA corruption charges – report


Patently-O


RAND Agreement Proving Powerful Limit on Patentee Action: Microsoft v. Motorola
August 3, 2015
9th Cir. 2015
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Commissioner of Patents: Drew Hirshfeld
August 2, 2015
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Patentlyo Bits and Bytes by Anthony McCain
August 2, 2015
Patent Pool Wants Payment For Streaming Video
Are Your Tweets Protected Intellectual Property?
San Diego And Salt Lake Battle For Comic Con Trademark
CBO Provides Cost Estimate To Government To Implement Innovation Act
Can Jane Birkin Actually Require Hermès To Rename Birkin Bag?
Godfrey & Kahn
United States Patent And Trademark Office
The Baylor College Of Medicine Center For Medical Ethics And Health Policy
Schiff Hardin
Hickman Palermo Becker Bingham LLP
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RAND Agreement Proving Powerful Limit on Patentee Action: Microsoft v. Motorola
Commissioner of Patents: Drew Hirshfeld
Patentlyo Bits and Bytes by Anthony McCain


IP-Kat


No traditional knowledge for hair loss treatment: another alleged attempt to patent traditional knowledge does not bear scrutiny
another allegation
statement
Tufty the Cat
here
here
11154255.1
EP236160
WO 2008/135979
1:21:00 p.m.
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patentability
third party observations
TKDL
traditional knowledge
Traditional Knowledge Digital Library
Taking the pH? Trial judge's decision on psoriasis patent doesn't come up to scratch
decision
here
[2015] EWCA Civ 779
psoriasis
will not comply
calcipotriol
bethamethasone
Arlamol E
pH
[2010]
[2002]
a Pozzoli structured analysis
intermediate generalisation
1:10:00 p.m.
6 comments
Court of Appeal
England and Wales
mr justice birss
obviousness
patent validity
Sir Robin Jacob
skilled person
uk patent
Letter from AmeriKat: Biologics data exclusivity tripping up TTP, Samsung wins CAFC Smartflash stay & USPTO IP Girl Scout Patch
New England porch
Atlantic Ocean
USPTO Director Michelle Lee
announced
Churchill Club discussion
here
Fenwick & West
has an initiative underway in collaboration
Intellectual Property Owners Education Foundation
IP Girl Scout patch
USPTO's Guide on the patch
here
Trans-Pacific Partnership deal
here
recent article
 Utah Republican Senator Orrin Hatch
are reported
argued that
damages award of $532.9 billion
held
Covered Business Method
Judge O'Malley
dissented
Fresenius USA, Inc. v. Baxter Int’l,Inc.
The Recorder
Reuters
WBUR
the copyright position of jokes
Vanity Fair article here
during the opening monologue
here
click here
3:06:00 a.m.
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apple
biologics
cafc
data exclusivity
jokes
Michelle Lee
samsung
smartflash
stay of proceedings
STEM
trade agreement
TTP
US copyright
US patent infringement
USPTO
women in STEM
Never too late: if you missed the IPKat last week ...
Alberto Bellan
* Is French law on out-of-print works compatible with EU law? A new CJEU reference
* Swiss Supreme Court: document delivery service for scientific articles
* Kimble v Marvel Entertainment: when post-expiry patent royalties meet stare decisis
decision
reported
* Gama v Pal: court disposes of wet wipe application
* Gama v Pal: those wipes -- and a sidebar poll
* Letter from AmeriKat: Samsung's Silicon friends, Nintendo triumph, Jay-Z copyright battle & Oracle's Google request
* Lifting jokes on Twitter: no laughing matter?
DMCA takedown requests
* Do you need permission to link to freely accessible content? The 2015 Toronto Games website appears to think so
* You wouldn't steal a car: Criminalisation of IP
* 500 and counting: websites blocked by order of UK courts
* Je t'aime ... Moi non plus: Can Jane Birkin actually require Hermès to rename the Birkin bag?
* Given, taken away -- then Given back: when is a method of presenting information patentable subject matter?
* Smith & Nephew seek to go to the Supreme Court and EPO proceedings continue - the war is not over
here
* Best thing since sliced bread -- or even better? Report praises IPEC litigation option
* What kind of future does Twitter have?
* Fifteen million reasons to say "thank you"!
* Something to read? A couple more fresh titles ...
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IPWatchdog


The Sticking Point that Shouldn’t Be: The Role of Pharmaceutical Patents in the TPP Negotiations
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The Sticking Point that Shouldn’t Be: The Role of Pharmaceutical Patents in the TPP Negotiations
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Google Patents a Way For Robocars to Decide When Not to Drive IEEE Spectrum
Microsoft bests Google in patent case appeal Computerworld
Navy’s reign in patent rankings continues Defense Systems
Report on patent office: Working from home has become a right, not a privilege. And that’s a problem The Washington Post
Deputy Commissioner Drew Hirshfeld Appointed as New Commissioner for Patents Gene Quinn 4 days ago
Will the Obama Administration continue to seek amendments to the Innovation Act? Steve Brachmann 5 days ago
Thoughts on Ex parte Khvorova Sue D. Nym 11 days ago
The Sticking Point that Shouldn’t Be: The Role of Pharmaceutical Patents in the TPP Negotiations Dr. Kristina Lybecker 9 hours ago
USA/Japan giant robot battle brings some fun into a slowly growing robotics industry Steve Brachmann 2 days ago
Senator McCain says U.S. national security depends on access to innovation Gene Quinn 4 days ago
Federal Circuit Review – Issue 59 – July 17, 2015 Joseph Robinson & Robert Schaffer 18 days ago
Behind the Scenes on Octane Fitness and Fee-Shifting Gene Quinn 20 days ago
Federal Circuit Review – Issue 58 – July 10, 2015 Joseph Robinson & Robert Schaffer 24 days ago
Conservative Groups Upping Patent Bill Opposition James Edwards 1 day ago
Will the Obama Administration continue to seek amendments to the Innovation Act? Steve Brachmann 5 days ago
Patent Reform riddled with intended, unintended, and unknown consequences Gene Quinn & Paul Morinville 7 days ago
The Sticking Point that Shouldn’t Be: The Role of Pharmaceutical Patents in the TPP Negotiations
Dr. Kristina Lybecker
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John F. Martin
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The Sticking Point that Shouldn’t Be: The Role of Pharmaceutical Patents in the TPP Negotiations
The Myth of the 18-Month Delay in Publishing Patent Applications


VietNam News


VN fail to win medal at gymnastics championships
Hue to construct $14mil obstetrical hospital
Heavy rains kill 22 persons in northern provinces
VN win 12 gold medals at athletics tournament
Vietnamese-German man wins Viet Nam Idol contest
Police seize large quantity of explosives from car
Illegal motorbike consumption ring razed


The New York Times


Analysis-New Cocktails to Test Limits of Cancer Drug Pricing
Dispense With the Jokes Now: Pez Candy Gets Its Own Film
Iran's Ahmadinejad Seeks Political Comeback