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29 Aug 2013, 9:16 pm by El Conta
JURISPRUDENCIA 2a./J. 81/2013 (10a.)PENDIENTE DE PUBLICARSE EN IUS SUSPENSIÓN EN EL JUICIO DE... Clic para leer mas en sitio original. [read post]
4 Aug 2010, 5:48 am by Falk Metzler
Since the entering into force of the revised European Patent Convention (EPC 2000) on 13 December 2007, the EPO may "invite the applicant to provide information on prior art taken into consideration in national or regional patent proceedings and concerning an invention to which the European patent application relates", as specified under Art. 124 (1) EPC. The EPO now announced in a Notice [read post]
20 Apr 2013, 3:29 pm by Kenan Farrell
Malibu Media LLC v. John Doe Court Case Number: 1:13-cv-00124-JD-RBCFile Date: Friday, April 19, 2013Plaintiff: Malibu Media LLCPlaintiff Counsel: Paul J. Nicoletti of Nicoletti & Associates PLLCDefendant: John DoeCause: Copyright InfringementCourt: Northern District of IndianaJudge: Judge Jon E. DeGuilioReferred To: Magistrate Judge Roger B. Cosbey View this document on Scribd [read post]
6 Feb 2009, 3:24 pm by Av. Şamil DEMİR
Msn messenger sa?lad??? anl?k yaz?l?, sesli ve görüntülü ileti?im imkan?yla art?k klasik haberle?me yöntemlerinin önüne geçmi? durumda. Hayat?m?za yerle?mesi ve kullan?m yo?unlu?u nedeniyle heberle?me hürriyetinin de kabul edilebilir bir unsuru haline geldi. Bu nedenle de kanun gözünde de ciddiyetle korunmay? … Okumaya devam et ? [read post]
22 Feb 2011, 8:29 pm by Salcido
Senate Bill 124 If passed, SB 124, which is being considered by the Utah Senate, will make it a Class C misdemeanor to leave a child under 9 in an enclosed compartment of a car, who is not supervised by a person who is 12 years or older.  The attendant conditions of leaving the child in the car must also present a risk to the child’s health or safety. The language of this bill seem ambiguous.  What exactly is an “enclosed compartment” and how will a law enforcement officer decide whether the… [read post]
15 Mar 2011, 1:13 pm by Falk Metzler
On the occasion of the situation in Japan after the earthquake on 11 March 2011, the EPO has today published this Notice, in which Japaneses applicants and their Representatives are reminded of the special remedy according to Rule 134(5) EPC in case a term could not be observed "due to an exceptional occurrence such as a natural disaster": In view of the current tragic events in Japan, attention is drawn to the general legal remedies provided under the European Patent Convention in the case of the… [read post]
24 Oct 2010, 12:39 pm by Falk Metzler
According to an update of 29 September 2010 on the EPO website, the Committee on Patent Law, a sub-committee of the Administrative Council of the EPO, gave a favourable opinion on proposals for changes to the EPC Implementing Regulations, that will be presented to the Administrative Council for decision at its meeting on 26. to 28. October 2010 in The Hague. I think it's save to assume that the proposals will be accepted by the Administrative Council and then quickly enter into force.   The… [read post]
9 Dec 2010, 11:43 am by David Cassuto
David Cassuto I am fresh off the plane from Paris (a little snowy but great falafel) where I attended the UNESCO/ISARM Conference, “Transboundary Aquifers: Challenges and New Directions.” ISARM stands for “Internationally Shared Aquifer Resource Management.”   The conference provided a fascinating window into the management issues facing transboundary aquifers. As yet, despite the existence of some 273 transboundary aquifers, there are precious few multilateral agreements governing their… [read post]
27 May 2010, 1:26 pm by Juliette Rousselot
As you may have noticed, we released our Annual Report today. As always, both state and non-state actors are doing a great job at abusing human rights. But what’s becoming clearer and clearer is that governments are evading their responsibility to ensure justice and accountability for the victims of human rights abuses. This year’s Annual Report highlights this trend: the increasing tendency of governments to block advances in international justice by shielding allies from… [read post]
13 Oct 2011, 11:15 am
Barrow County, Georgia, is located northwest of Atlanta. Like the rest of Georgia, Barrow County is plagued with car accidents. The Georgia Governor's Office of Highway Safety has released a report on the car accidents in Barrow County (as well as the rest of Georgia). As a car accident attorney here in Georgia, I read these releases with great concern. Barrow County has several cities, including Auburn, Bethlehem, Carl, Statham, and Winder, and the report includes statistics for each of… [read post]
4 Sep 2012, 1:05 pm by Francis Pileggi
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority v. Volgenau, C.A. No. 6354-VCN (Del. Ch. Aug. 31, 2012). Issue Presented:  Whether Section 124 of the Delaware General Corporation Law (DGCL) prevented a claim for breach of fiduciary duty against the directors in connection with a merger that was in violation of the provisions of the Certificate of Incorporation? Short Answer:  No. Brief Background This letter ruling from the Delaware Court of Chancery addressed the nuances of a very narrow issue… [read post]
24 Oct 2010, 5:32 am by Falk Metzler
Illustration on the website of the Europen Patent Network  According to a Notice dated 28 July 2010 of the Administrative Council, the permanent utilisation scheme (see CA/D 18/09 of 28.10.2009, OJ EPO 2009, 585) to be implemented by amended Rule 141 and new Rule 70b EPC will apply to EP/PCT applications that are filed on or after 1 January 2011. The permanent utilisation scheme will enable the EPO to utilise work carried out on a first filing by a National or Regional Patent Office … [read post]
18 Sep 2013, 5:33 am by Anneshia Miller Grant
Child custody disputes can be some of the most contentious, bitter, and difficult legal battles in family law. The issue of child custody is deeply personal and can touch on a number of additional issues, such as whether one parent is fit to care for the child on his or her own, whether the child will be safe in the home of one parent, and, in some cases, whether there are other factors, such as sexual abuse, that must be addressed by the court. In Virginia, child custody issues are generally… [read post]
26 Dec 2010, 7:06 am by Falk Metzler
As already mentioned earlier on this blog, the following important changes of the EPC Implementing Regulations will enter into force on 1 January 2011 (see also EPO Notice of 28 July 2010): Amended Rule 141 EPC (Information on prior art) requires that for a priority-claiming EP application, copies of the search results drawn up for the priority application(s) have to be filed upon filing the EP application or upon PCT national phase entry, based on the following constraints: a translation of the… [read post]
8 Sep 2010, 5:00 am by Scott Wolfe Jr
The 2010 Legislative Session closed earlier this summer, and most of the passed laws are now in effect. It was a very active legislative session, and a very interesting one for the “green” interests. This post breaks down some of the more significant green legislation and links to PDFs of each relevant Act. HB 973 – Amendments to PACE Financing Program In the 2009 session, the legislature passed Act 348 creating sustainable energy financing districts in the state.   As passed in 2009,… [read post]