2015/09/09 世界の知財関連のニュース



BBC


Kent NHS 'to offer patients surgery in France'
Patients feel Far North NHS care 'on brink of meltdown'
Australian innovation patent system under review



Business Week


Startups' New Creed: Patent First, Prototype Later

What Is the United States Patent Utility?

Ashlee Vance



Russian Legal Information Agency


Investigation into Kashin’s beating extended until December
The investigation into the beating of journalist Oleg Kashin in November 2010 has been extended until December 6.
Moscow pensioner tried for repeated participation in protests
The Preobrazhensky District Court of Moscow has registered a criminal case against Vladimir Ionov, 75, on repeated breaches of the established order for organizing and holding public protests.
Russian antimonopoly agency extends LUKOIL case hearing until October 3
The Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) has extended the term for hearing the administrative case on a violation in off-exchange trades against LUKOIL until October 3.
Investigation into Kashin’s beating extended until December
Moscow pensioner tried for repeated participation in protests
Russian antimonopoly agency extends LUKOIL case hearing until October 3
Terminally ill Russian inmate dies despite ECHR efforts
Head of top Russian media conglomerate Kiselev files suit over EU sanctions
Foreign nationals’ temporary residence quota increased
Amanda Knox acquitted in Italian trial over investigation flaws – report
Russian courts to switch to e-filing system in 2016 - official
Member of far-right Ukrainian group jailed for attempt to recruit Russian cops
Investigation into Kashin’s beating extended until December
Terminally ill Russian inmate dies despite ECHR efforts
Head of top Russian media conglomerate Kiselev files suit over EU sanctions
Amanda Knox acquitted in Italian trial over investigation flaws – report
Foreign nationals’ temporary residence quota increased



Patently-O


Federal Circuit Backtracks (A bit) on Prior Art Status of Provisional Applications and Gives us a Disturbing Result
September 8, 2015
Fed. Cir. 2015
National’s Patent No. 6,635,196
lenticular lens
Giacomini
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Hughes on Obviousness: The Problem Motivates the Solution
September 7, 2015
Fed. Cir. 2015
Patent No 4,306,042
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Federal Circuit Backtracks (A bit) on Prior Art Status of Provisional Applications and Gives us a Disturbing Result
Hughes on Obviousness: The Problem Motivates the Solution



Chinese Law Prof Blog


Jerome Cohen's statement about the statement
Comments (2)
Frankie Fook-lun Leung



IP-Kat


Nestlé v Cadbury: on mixing and matching grounds for exclusion under Article 3(1)(e) Trade Marks Directive
Will Kit Kat shape monopoly last forever? Another Arnoldian reference for the CJEU
What the ...! Wathelet gives Nestlé application a bit of stick
A premature requiem? Proving acquired distinctiveness of shape marks
Acquired distinctiveness of product shape marks: AG Wathelet does not “rely” on the UK approach – but on what else?
Attorney General Wathelet's opinion
EU:C:2014:2233
opinion in the Hauck case
Trade Marks Directive
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Minding the gap in research and policy
Evidence-based policy
EPIP
Julia Reda
poor stats
Jonathan Haskel
Stuart Graham
Journal of Economics and Management Strategy
funders
Impact Agenda
policy
open access journals
encouraged to use social media
Chanel's $1M sable fur coat
Pamela Samuelson
Copyright Grab
Ian Hargreaves
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academia
EPIP
evidence-based policy
Katonomics
Why is ‘reasonable expectation of success’ so tricky? Predictability, empiricism and the effect of time
Suleman Ali,
[2015] EWCA Civ 779
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[2014] EWHC 3096 (Pat)
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Katpost
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KSR v
Teleflex

here
[2008] UKHL 49
[2008] RPC 28
[2007] RPC 32
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empiricism
inventive step
obviousness
patents
predictability
reasonable expectation of success
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McDermott Will & Emery


HHS Releases Highly Anticipated Proposal to Modernize U.S. Human Subjects Research Protections



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IPWatchdog


How a Washington Breakfast Influenced Conservative Votes on Patent Reform
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The path to prosperity requires sound patent policy, not more patent reform Senator Jeff Danielson 1 month ago
Patent Reform riddled with intended, unintended, and unknown consequences Gene Quinn & Paul Morinville 1 month ago
Innovation Act delayed in House amid bipartisan bicameral disapproval Steve Brachmann 2 months ago
The Grassley PATENT Act will make our faltering patent system worse for innovators Bob Krause 2 months ago
Patent reform fuels fear, paralyzes U.S. innovation market Gene Quinn 3 months ago
Former USPTO Deputy Commissioner Bruce Kisliuk Joins Wilson Sonsini
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Nvidia makes interesting moves in low end GPUs for budget gaming

Steve Brachmann
4 days ago


With dubious logic and inaccurate statements of law, PTAB denies another Kyle Bass IPR petition

Gene Quinn
6 days ago


USPTO Decision to Disclose Unpublished Patent Application is Judicially Reviewable

Joseph Robinson & Robert Schaffer
11 days ago


From Three Mile Island to Fukushima Daiichi, a look back at what we’ve learned

Steve Brachmann
2 days ago


With successful RS-25 engine test NASA one step closer to Mars, asteroids

Steve Brachmann
3 days ago


Nvidia makes interesting moves in low end GPUs for budget gaming

Steve Brachmann
4 days ago


Inline Plastics v. EasyPak: CAFC rules asserted claims not limited to a specific embodiment

Joseph Robinson
4 days ago


Eli Lilly prevails in divided infringement Alimta® patent case

Gene Quinn
13 days ago


The Case that Launched 10,000 Patent Suits

Bruce Berman
16 days ago


How a Washington Breakfast Influenced Conservative Votes on Patent Reform

Paul Morinville
7 hours ago


The path to prosperity requires sound patent policy, not more patent reform

Senator Jeff Danielson
1 month ago

How a Washington Breakfast Influenced Conservative Votes on Patent Reform
Foreign Priority Applications at the USPTO
Former USPTO Deputy Commissioner Bruce Kisliuk Joins Wilson Sonsini
How a Washington Breakfast Influenced Conservative Votes on Patent Reform
Foreign Priority Applications at the USPTO



VietNam News



Van Huong takes gold for Dak Lak.


National Judo Championships 2015 kicks off.


HCM City Police win volleyball tournament


Binh Thuan fishing boat explodes, fisherman still missing


Heavy morning downpour hit Ha Noi


Thuy wins bronze at Asian Weightlifting Championships


Smithsonian magazine puts Son Doong Cave in limelight


The New York Times


TiVo Revenue Beats Estimates on Subscriptions Rise
Study Finds Key GSK-Theravance Lung Drug Didn't Extend Lives
Cardale Jones Settles Question and Ohio State Provides Exclamation Point
Dance This Week: ‘Available Light’ and Louise Lecavalier