Cherie Blair was among international leaders that attended a conference in London discussing IP theft
Thousands of player-created walk-throughs on YouTube have been flagged for copyright violation this week after the online video site expanded its Content ID system.
Digital Science, a division of Macmillan Science & Education, is donating more than 15m chemical structures from world patents into the public domain through the European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI).
In a warning to pharma groups over ‘pay-for-delay’ deals, the EU Commission has fined drug makers Johnson & Johnson (J&J) and Novartis €16m for delaying market entry of the generic pain-killer, Fentanyl.
The Goodlatte bill indiscriminately treats all plaintiffs as patent trolls and will ultimately make patent rights harder to enforce
India’s policy of issuing compulsory licences for life-saving drugs has been welcomed by its thriving generics industry, but has drawn the ire of big pharma, Remfry & Sagar’s Swarup Kumar describes some of the issues involved
The makers of Jägermeister ended up opposite the Tamil Nadu Police over a ‘don’t drink and drive’ campaign, explains Remfry & Sagar’s Gaurav Mukerjee
Sughrue Mion’s Natalya Dvorson explores situations where a provisional application filed before the America Invents Act could lose its earlier filing date.
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Intellectual Property Enterprise Court - 24 October 2013
Court of Justice of the European Union - 17 October 2013
US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit - 22 July 2013
US District Court, US Court of Federal Claims - various dates