Monthly Archives: October 2004

REFUSING TO SUPPLY IN CHEAP JURISDICTIONS MAY BE OKAY, SAYS AG

IPKat – fishing for IP stories for YOU: “Friday, October 29, 2004 REFUSING TO SUPPLY IN CHEAP JURISDICTIONS MAY BE OKAY, SAYS AG Yesterday in Case C-53/03 Synetairismos Farmakopoion Aitolias & Akarnanias (Syfait) and Others v Glaxosmithkline AEVE Advocate General … Continue reading

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The Use of Exculpatory Opinions in Defending Against A Charge of Willful Infringement (12/05/04) from Mondaq

McDermott Will & Emery – United States – The Use of Exculpatory Opinions in Defending Against A Charge of Willful Infringement (12/05/04) from Mondaq: The exercise of intellectual property rights has become a mainstay of business over the last 10 … Continue reading

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Data Exclusivity � The Indian Perspective (21/09/04) from Mondaq

LEX ORBIS – India – Data Exclusivity � The Indian Perspective (21/09/04) from Mondaq: by Manisha Singh Nair, Under Special 301 of the U.S. Trade Act of 1974 India has been put on the ‘PRIORITY WATCH LIST’ of USTR (United … Continue reading

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Streamlines Claims Test/Claims Chart Development (06/05/04) from Mondaq

patent cafe .com (cafezine) – United States – PatentCafe Streamlines Claims Test/Claims Chart Development (06/05/04) from Mondaq: “patent cafe .com (cafezine) United States: PatentCafe Streamlines Claims Test/Claims Chart Development Web-based Claims Charting Breaks Long Tradition of Hand Comparison 06 May … Continue reading

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Detectability and Software Patents

Bloglines | My Blogs: “Detectability and Software Patents By krajec on Patents in Business Some software ideas suffer from a unique problem: detectability. When an embodiment of an idea is expressed in a language that is compiled and distributed as … Continue reading

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