Tag: patents

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A virtual biopsy to diagnose cancer

By measuring cell membrane permeability and cell shape with their new methods, Swedish research company CR Development wants to

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Fourteen countries have now ratified the UPC

Despite the uncertain situation in the UK and Germany, other EU member states seem to continue to ratify the

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Damage liability for preliminary injunction

New Scandinavian case law clarifies a patent or trademark owner’s liability to pay damages for a wrongfully issued preliminary

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UK inches towards UPC ratification

There was a sigh of relief at the end of November when the UK announced that it would proceed

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The inventor’s right to waive being mentioned – or Bene qui latuit bene vixit

Roman poet Ovid stated the above latin quote in his work Tristia about 1000 years ago, and French philosopher

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Change on climate and fast-tracking green innovations

A while ago I wrote a blog post about being profitable and still doing good things for the climate.

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Patents for protecting others from harm?

Well that would be really nice, wouldn’t it? My daughter came home from school a few weeks ago and

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The 2014 World Cup from an IP perspective

Football enthusiasts all over the world indulged in the fantastic spectacle of the World Cup in Brazil this summer,

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Important judgement on business method patent in the United States

On 20 June 2014, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down an important decision, Alice v. CLS Bank, clarifying the

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The life sciences patent maze – USA

ON MARCH 4, 2014, the US Patent Office issued new guidelines on how to evaluate the patentability of inventions

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