Tag: patents

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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A slip of the pen?

A claim for 90 MSEK worth of damages is being filed today in the Skellefteå District Court by 707

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It’s time for the first patent application

The “trainee tour” has moved on to Gothenburg and we have now spent almost three weeks in the world

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A new study year at Awapatent’s trainee programme

After the first few days we are starting to grasp how much there is to learn and master. Everything

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New decision on Utility Models from the Danish Supreme Court

The Danish Supreme Court has on 16 May 2012 pronounced an interesting decision regarding utility models. Case no 331/2010

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Utility models are not what they used to be, at least not in Germany

The German Supreme Court (Bundesgerichtshof) has ruled that there cannot be any difference between patents and utility models in

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Recommended reading: The Patenting Paradox

Recommended reading: The Patenting Paradox The number of filed applications breaks the record almost every year and seems to

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