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Trademark infringement and revocation

Hungary01-12-2010Eszter Szakács

An essential characteristic of the patent litigation system in Hungary is that patent infringement proceedings and revocation proceedings are strictly separate.

Oppositions, obviousness and other stories

Israel01-12-2010Dr. Michael Factor

Merck’s patent application entitled Method for Inhibiting Bone Resorption covers an increased unit dose of alendronate and other bisphosphonates for the treatment of Paget’s disease and osteoporosis.

Geographical indications in Japan

Japan01-12-2010Ryo Maruyama

The legal system relating to geographical indications in Japan is divided into three major categories.

Reshaping Malaysian design law

Malaysia01-12-2010Dave A. Wyatt

The jurisdiction report in the July/August 2009 issue of WIPR celebrated a decade of independent industrial design law in Malaysia.

Patentability of human stem cells

Mexico01-12-2010BiotechnologyFernando Antonio-Rincón

The increased understanding of stem cells is one of the major breakthroughs in life sciences of the last decade.

Knowledge economy here to stay

Netherlands01-12-2010Michiel Rijsdijk

Traditionally, the Netherlands has an excellent reputation for its knowledge economy.

The judiciary in action at last

Peru01-12-2010Alain C. Delion

The Peruvian judiciary provided a pleasant surprise recently, with its view of an appeal against a Peruvian Patent and Trademark Office (INDECOPI) resolution rejecting a trademark opposition case.

Breathing life into expired patents

South Africa01-12-2010Jaco Theunissen

Judge Southwood, sitting as the Commissioner of the Court of Patents, recently handed down judgment in Audiosport International v. The Registrar of Patents, Soundsure CC and the South African Rugby Union.

Indirect infringement of patents

UK01-12-2010Sebastian Moore and Daniel Pearce

Until now, there was little guidance from the UK courts on the scope of indirect (or contributory) patent infringement under section 60(2) of the Patents Act, 1977 (PA77).

Avoid false patent marking pitfalls

US01-12-2010Paul J. Sutton

False patent marking has become an increasingly popular ‘bounty hunting’ basis for US litigation. The targets of such false lawsuits face huge legal fees and potentially huge monetary judgments.

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