Tag: Patent

Danish court rules on first case since 1925 which establishes indirect patent infringement

The rule on indirect infringement has been part of The Patents Act in Denmark for over 40 years. During

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The Abraxis judgement – CJEU clarifies the scope of Neurim teaching is narrow

Article 3d of the SPC-regulation, read in conjunction with Article 1b, must be interpreted as meaning that the marketing

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Trend scouting at the world’s largest trade show

Joacim Lydén and Simon Markström share their insights from CES 2019 on the latest technologies being developed and the

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Kubo

Kubo: The future of coding

Award-winning start-up KUBO Robotics helps teach young children the concept of coding with their interactive robot. A student project

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Pär Henriksson, founder of Arc Aroma Pure

Arc Aroma Pure: A high voltage solution

A few twists of fate and a whole load of curiosity have taken ‘shitty little company’ Arc Aroma Pure

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EPO and Brazilian Patent Office launches new PPH agreement

EPO and Brazilian Patent Office launch new PPH agreement

The ever expanding PPH (Patent Prosecution Highway) network has once again gotten a new addition, and as always AWA

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Laila Majiet’s daughter Sandra in 1988

Helping babies breathe

After spending endless nights making prototypes in a basement, doctors Kjell Nilsson and Gunnar Moa finally solved the riddle

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Can you not patent a beer?

On 15 March 2017, the coalition No Patents on Seeds issued a press release to stop patents on beer,

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EPO gets Stricter on Requirements for Recording Assignments

The EPO is going to take a stricter approach for recording an assignment of EP applications. Up until now

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European Patent Office: New PPH agreements on the way

The ever expanding Patent Prosecution Highway (PPH) network keeps getting new additions, and as usual, the AWAPATENT IP Blog

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