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Wednesday, 18 January 2017
Too busy working on those new year’s resolutions to keep up with IPKat this week? No problem – here is the 130th edition of Never Too Late.
InternKat Tian reviewed Dr. Qiao Yongzhong's book “Maintenance time and the industry development of patents -- empirical research with evidence from China”
Full low down on the interim decision handed down by Mr Justice Carr on 29 December in the biosimilars battle of Fujifilm Kyowa Kirin Biologics Co., Ltd and Others v AbbVie Biotechnology Limited  EWHC 3383 (Ch).
The European IP Institutes Network (EIPIN) is recruiting 15 PhD candidates wishing to conduct doctoral research on the role of IP in the adaptive complexities of innovation.
Neil looked at an example of co-branding employed by a senior citizen facility
PREVIOUSLY ON NEVER TOO LATE
Never Too Late 129 [week ending on Sunday 1 Janurary] A Kat's 2016 Copyright Awards I Happy Public Domain Day! I The champagne of trade mark disputes I Jaguar Land Rover DEFEND[ER]s its trade mark I Länsförsäkringar, Länsförsäkringar, bork, bork, bork! I Passing off the National Guild of Removers and Storers I Fuss over function: In case you missed the annual IP-World Christmas party I The Supreme People's Court of China's Michael Jordan Trademark Decision I Intermediary IP injunctions: what are the EU implications of the UK experience? I Swedish Supreme Court has ruled that sport broadcasts are not protected by copyright I Swedish Patent and Registration Office refuses registration of figurative mark because contrary to morality and public order I Never too Late I Around the IP Blogs
Never Too Late 128 [week ending on Sunday 25 December] | Sunday Surprises | A TITANIC trade mark dispute | Book Review: two new methodology books for EQE candidates: Smart in C and Tactics for D| Around the IP Blogs| Around the IP Blogs | Before there was copyright there was censorship: the tale of "The Feast in the House of Levi” by Veronese | Permission to appeal in patent cases - farewell to the Pozzoli approach | Permission to appeal in patent cases - farewell to the Pozzoli approach | EPO bows to EU Commission on patentability of products of essentially biological processes | Monday Miscellany | Groundless threats - Nvidia v Hardware Labs |
Never Too Late 127 [week ending on Sunday 18 December] | Around the IP Blogs | Top-level Property Rights Protection Guideline released in China | CEIPI/EAO Conference--"Copyright Enforcement in the Online World" | More on the Swedish application of GS Media | Mini UPC Update: UK signs Protocol on Privileges & Immunities | When a holiday e-card meets IP: Well done, IPOS! | Unregistered designs for eXreme storage | Academic publishing houses lose appeal against Delhi University & photocopy shop | GS Media finds its first application in Germany | Monday Miscellaneous | Part 36 offers in the IP Enterprise Court
Never Too Late 126 [week ending on Sunday 11 December] | Will Iceland's EU trade mark end up on ice? I Obviousness over the CGK - dead or alive? I Will UK industry suffer from Government's "ratify now, repent at leisure" UPC stance? | Indian Trade Marks Registry to widen its doors for recording “well known” marks | Mediaplayers and streaming: AG Campos Sánchez-Bordona in Filmspeler proposes broad interpretation of notion of 'indispensable intervention' | AIPPI Rapid Response Report: Debating Lyrica's recurring pain on plausibility, abuse and infringement | PPDs and standard disclosure - can you have your cake and eat it? | BREAKING: Unanimous Supreme Court in Samsung v Apple finds that damages may be based on a component, not whole product | (Belatedly) remembering Raymond Niro, the most influential person in patent litigation whom you may have never heard of | Genuine use of three dimensional EU trade marks - heated arguments over ovens | Wild Boys Sometimes Lose It: Duran Duran fail to reclaim their US copyright |Around the IP Blogs
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