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Machine or transformation? Bilski in India

India01-10-2010Anuradha Salhotra

The US Supreme Court’s recent decision in Bilski v. Kappos has implications for business method patents in India, says Anuradha Salhotra.

Software and business method patents in Europe

EPO, EU01-10-2010Reinhard Knauer

When it comes to software patents in Europe, there is confusion among companies as to what is and is not patentable under European law, as Reinhard Knauer explains.

Who's the boss? Representatives in IP cases

Poland01-08-2010Tomasz Rychlicki

Last month, the Polish Patent Office made two statements on important procedural issues.

The buzz about Buzbee

South Africa01-08-2010Muhammed Vally

In terms of Patent Regulation 90(1), a patentee must serve and file a counterstatement to an application for revocation within two months of its service and lodging, failing which the patent will be deemed revoked.

Business method patents remain alive after Bilski

US01-08-2010Paul Sutton

On the final day of its 2009-2010 term, the US Supreme Court in Bilski v. Kappos finally issued its long-awaited decision on so-called business method patents.

Planning for fakes

US01-08-2010Bob Kenney and Katie Melvin

On June 22, 2010, the newly created executive branch office of the Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator (IPEC) released the first US Joint Strategic Plan on Intellectual Property Enforcement.

No fireworks at the Supreme Court as Bilski finally comes to an end


When Bernard Bilski and Rand Warsaw applied to patent a method of hedging risks in commodities trading, no one would have predicted that the application would result in one of the most important patent cases in history.

An interview with Tetsuhiro Hosono


Japan’s patent office is one of the world’s busiest and most influential. WIPR spoke to Commissioner Tetsuhiro Hosono about challenges and strategies at home and abroad.

To Infineon and beyond: licensing, litigating and protecting


As the second-largest semiconductor chipmaker in Europe, Infineon has developed a bold strategy to protect its intellectual property. WIPR talks to Michael Tierney, the company’s principal licensing attorney.

Setting the standards


When a technology product is purchased, such as a mobile phone, a DVD player, a PC or a video games console, it’s likely that at least some of its components will adhere to industry standards.

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