Category: AWA Blog

Customs and police – reluctant to help?

Are Swedish customs officers and police reluctant when it comes to helping IP rights holders combat illegal copying? It

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UK Court grants software patent

In its ruling on October 8, 2008, the British Court of Appeal confirmed the decision of the High Court

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The end of business method patents in US soon to come?

It all started in the late 90’s with the State Street Bank decision (State Street Bank & Trust Company

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When is sixty days from now? – Cheap and expensive strategies when being late

Ever been late? Then you know that there are two basic types of strategies for handling the situation: I

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“A patent lie” – a book tip from the IP world!

Today we have a somewhat unusual contribution on our IP blog: a good book tip for you who work

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What has happened since the introduction of EPC 2000?

EPC 2000 came into effect on 13 December 2007, as a result of the first major amendment of the

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Talks on innovation

I am back at the office after some very interesting and different days of work. I attended a unique

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Summertime and fake invoices

With the peak holiday period approaching and regular personnel absent from their posts, many phoney companies are taking advantage

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BIO International Convention – a dazzling experience

“Innovate, heal, fuel, feed the world” – that is the theme of BIO 2008, the world’s largest convention for biotech,

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USPTO will not give up

Last fall, the US Patent and Trademark Office, USPTO, announced that they would make drastic changes in the rules

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