2015/09/01 世界の知財関連のニュース



BBC


Assessing patent value -- Hardware inventions
Microsoft victorious in patent dispute
Assessing patent value -- Hardware inventions



Russian Legal Information Agency


Moscow court dismissed copyright infringement claim against VGTRK
The Moscow Commercial Court has dismissed a suit which had been filed by Sony Music Entertainment (Russia) seeking 1.5 million rubles (over $22,500) from the Russian State Broadcasting Company (VGTRK) in compensation for the use of audio records.
Potanin’s ex-wife appeals ruling to pay $1.3 mln to Eco Invest
Vladimir Potanin’s ex-wife has appealed a court ruling to pay 78 million rubles ($1.3 mln) in damages to Eco Invest.
Ex-Rusnano chief Melamed to stay under house arrest until December
Moscow’s Basmanny District Court has extended house arrest for Leonid Melamed, former chief of the Russian nanotechnology corporation Rusnano, until December 1.
Ex-Rusnano chief Melamed to stay under house arrest until December
Moscow court dismissed copyright infringement claim against VGTRK
Potanin’s ex-wife appeals ruling to pay $1.3 mln to Eco Invest
Russian investigators ask to extend house arrest for former Rusnano chief Melamed
Former Thai PM Shinawatra testifies in corruption case
Congolese warlord accused of human rights violations goes on trial - report
Ex-Rusnano chief Melamed to stay under house arrest until December
Potanin’s ex-wife appeals ruling to pay $1.3 mln to Eco Invest
Congolese warlord accused of human rights violations goes on trial - report
Former Thai PM Shinawatra testifies in corruption case



Patently-O


Sequenom’s Patent
August 31, 2015
patent claim
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Drawing Severable Lines in Claim Construction
August 31, 2015
Fed. Cir. 2015
mobilemediapetition
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Guest Post by Profs. Lefstin & Menell on Sequenom v. Ariosa
August 31, 2015
Jeffrey Lefstin
Peter Menell
amicus brief
http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2652452
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In Brief: Amici Provide Reasons to Reconsider Ariosa v. Sequenom
August 30, 2015
U.S. Patent No. 6,258,540
not good news for innovation in the life sciences
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Sequenom’s Patent
Drawing Severable Lines in Claim Construction
Guest Post by Profs. Lefstin & Menell on Sequenom v. Ariosa
In Brief: Amici Provide Reasons to Reconsider Ariosa v. Sequenom



IP-Kat


Letter from Japan 3: Copyright and industrial design: trapped in the Tripp Trapp ...
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Laetitia Lagarde
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Designs Directive 98/71
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Design Act
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copyright and design
Letter from Japan
Monday miscellany
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IP blogger
conference
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update
Copyright the Card Game
observations
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must-read piece
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Monday miscellany
Never too late: if you missed the IPKat last week ...
Alberto Bellan
Star Wars? It's all Greek, but opposition succeeds in the end
Case T‑521/13 
Breaking News: PTAB declines Bass hedge fund IPR challenges in Ampyra dispute
Rule of Reason curbs Basic Instinct as trade mark loses its appeal
Case C-400/14 P
BGH: not so fast, look-alike fasteners
Armor, Glory and ... religion in a US trade mark clash
Fashion Law and Debates - from Balenciaga to DVF
Does the EU want to get rid of geoblocking through a review of the SatCab Directive?
Acquired distinctiveness of product shape marks: AG Wathelet does not “rely” on the UK approach – but on what else?
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Posting comments on the IPKat: a new policy
* “Simple Past, Present Continuous…Future Perfect?” GFIP Conference Report I
Global Forum on Intellectual Property 2015 
* “Simple Past, Present Continuous…Future Perfect?” GFIP Conference Report II
ASEAN 
* “Simple Past, Present Continuous…Future Perfect?” GFIP Conference Report III
* “Simple Past, Present Continuous…Future Perfect?” GFIP Conference Report IV
* “Simple Past, Present Continuous…Future Perfect?” GFIP Conference Report V
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round-up
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McDermott Will & Emery


HHS Releases Long-Awaited 340B Proposed Guidance



BSKB


2015 Advanced Patent & Licensing Seminar Begins September 28 - Spaces Still Available, Register Today!
MaryAnne Armstrong, Ph.D., Named a Life Science Star for 2015 by LMG Life Sciences



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IPWatchdog


Picking winners and losers based on innovation design is unsound, unwise, and just plain stupid
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Boston Dynamics develops walking robotic tech with stunning speed and stability
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USPTO Decision to Disclose Unpublished Patent Application is Judicially Reviewable Joseph Robinson & Robert Schaffer 3 days ago
PTAB refuses Volkswagen IPR petition against Marathon patent Gene Quinn 4 days ago
USPTO proposes pilot where a single APJ would make IPR institution decisions Gene Quinn 6 days ago
Picking winners and losers based on innovation design is unsound, unwise, and just plain stupid Gene Quinn 3 hours ago
Boston Dynamics develops walking robotic tech with stunning speed and stability Steve Brachmann 12 hours ago
Autonomous Vehicle Technologies Abroad: Toyota, Honda and Hyundai Gene Quinn 1 day ago
Eli Lilly prevails in divided infringement Alimta® patent case Gene Quinn 5 days ago
The Case that Launched 10,000 Patent Suits Bruce Berman 8 days ago
Federal Circuit affirms finding of no indirect infringement software provider Robert Schaffer & Joseph Robinson 11 days ago
The path to prosperity requires sound patent policy, not more patent reform Senator Jeff Danielson 22 days ago
Conservative Groups Upping Patent Bill Opposition James Edwards 29 days ago
Picking winners and losers based on innovation design is unsound, unwise, and just plain stupid
Boston Dynamics develops walking robotic tech with stunning speed and stability



VietNam News


80,000 Vietnamese labourers work abroad within 8 months
3,000 illegal detonators seized in central province
Exhibition captures glimpse of Vietnamese history
Police arrest Quang Binh local carrying drugs
Ngan expected to win Viet Nam's Asian medal
Ha Noi prepares to tackle flood risk
Medical staff exposed to HIV test negative


The New York Times


Apple Aims to Boost Mobile Device Sales With Cisco's Help