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6 Jan 2024, 6:22 am by Jocelyn Bosse
Yang analysed the recent judgment in Optis v Apple Trial E (one of six related trials), which focuses on the terms of a FRAND licence and the conduct of the parties in the negotiations.Marcel Pemsel reviewed the new book by Pierre Heuzé, written in French, entitled L'épuisement des droits de propriété intellectuelle sur un matériel biologique en droit suisse [Exhaustion of intellectual property rights in biological material under Swiss law]. [read post]
3 Jan 2024, 9:18 am by INFORRM
  He appeared in many of the leading defamation cases over a period of over 40 years, including the case of Irving v Penguin Books [2000] EWHC QB 155 and McDonalds v Steel [1997] EWHC QB 366. [read post]
2 Jan 2024, 12:56 pm by Kevin LaCroix
Please note that these figures include only federal court securities suit filings; the numbers do not include securities class action lawsuits filed in state court. [read post]
2 Jan 2024, 4:55 am by Peter J. Sluka
Gardephe in the Southern District of New York, Melwani v Eagle Point Fin. [read post]
31 Dec 2023, 6:12 am by Ross Schulman
Some of our friends are hard at work figuring out what comes next. [read post]
30 Dec 2023, 2:13 am by Verena von Bomhard (BomhardIP)
Also, that a single trader in the sex toys business gets a monopoly to “love you” on account of a figurative mark “I LOVE YOU SINCE FOREVER” will raise some eyebrows (ours, for sure!). [read post]
28 Dec 2023, 4:25 pm by INFORRM
  There were a total of 214 new cases issued in the MAC List in 2023 – a similar figure to 2022 (202). [read post]
27 Dec 2023, 6:09 pm by The White Law Group
Kim purportedly falsely inflated the net worth figures of several customers on their new account forms and other documents so that they appeared eligible to purchase certain speculative investments, in violation of FINRA Rules. [read post]
23 Dec 2023, 9:43 am by Jocelyn Bosse
Whilst images of organic growth were used in the second half of the eighteenth century as emblems of authorial originality, in the early 2000s, they were instead mobilised by cultural environmentalists:as figures of the commons and the public domain that, formerly lush green pastures, were now depleted by the excessive production and protection of patents and copyrighted works.The other two chapters turn to the conceptualisation of nature in patent law. [read post]