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Employee inventions and 'reasonable value'

Japan01-02-2011Ryo Maruyama

A court decision concerning the “reasonable value” received by an employee as compensation for employee inventions is again in the spotlight in Japan.

Inventive step and computer implemented inventions

Mexico01-02-2011Claudia Gabriela Campos Chavelas

Recently, Mexican examiners have faced controversy over how to determine the patentability of ‘new’ technologies; in particular, the best strategies for evaluating the patentability criteria of computer-implemented inventions that, in most cases, are automations of well-known methods.

Cross-border injunctions

Netherlands01-02-2011Michiel Rijsdijk

The European Court of Justice terminated Dutch cross-border decisions with two judgments of July 13, 2006: Roche v Primus and GAT v LuK.

Mediation for IP cases

Philippines01-02-2011Ma. Consuelo C. Agno

The Intellectual Property Office (IPO) of the Philippines has formally joined the courts and other pertinent agencies in the government in using alternative dispute resolution (ADR) to resolve disputes.

Successful reinstatement of priority date

Taiwan01-02-2011Candy K.Y. Chen and Crystal J. Chen

Saturday is usually a non-working day for government agencies in Taiwan. Exceptions occur when the government adjusts working days in observance of national holidays.

Domain name regulation

Turkey01-02-2011Isik Ozdogan and Ezgi Baklaci

There has been a significant recent development to Turkey’s Internet and domain name legislation.

Patent county court costs

UK01-02-2011Leigh Ellis

The Patents County Court is more than just a court for patent disputes. The name of the court doesn’t tell the whole story.

High-tech patent wars: a new front

US01-02-2011Paul J. Sutton

On December 8, 2010, high-tech companies learned that a previously sleeping giant armed with a multibillion dollar war chest and tens of thousands of patents had awakened with a roar.

Dos and don'ts for patent practitioners in Europe

EPO, EU01-01-2011Jacqueline Needle

With plans for a European Patents Court seemingly shelved, patentees need to continue using the current, sometimes unwieldy system. Jacqueline Needle explains.

Big pharma and Section 337: the next frontier

US01-01-2011Daniel Yonan and Mark Fox Evens

A recent US International Trade Commission investigation may open a new avenue for enforcing certain pharmaceutical patents, say Daniel Yonan and Mark Fox Evens.

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