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Proposed changes to Taiwan Copyright Act spark firewall fears

Taiwan30-05-2013

Proposed amendments to the Taiwan Copyright Act may make it legal for Internet service providers (ISPs) to block access to certain websites.

TTAB upholds ‘Mott’s’ trademark rejection

US30-05-2013

Trademark appeal judges at the US Patent and Trademark Office have upheld a decision that ‘Mott’s’ cannot be trademarked because it is “merely a surname”.

Patents covering IVF test spark row

US29-05-2013

Members of the scientific community have blasted Stanford University and US biotechnology company Auxogyn for their involvement in patenting a test designed to increase the success of in vitro fertilisation (IVF).

LCD among prized inventions at EPO awards

EU29-05-2013

The inventor of the world’s first flat-panel liquid crystal display, Martin Schadt, was among a number of winners at the European Patent Office’s European Inventor Award 2013.

Vermont targets patent trolls with new legislation

US29-05-2013

The US state of Vermont has passed an act aimed at reducing “bad faith” patent infringement claims, in what is believed to be the first anti-patent troll US legislation.

Burt announced as CIPA’s new president

28-05-2013Movers & Shakers

Roger Burt was formally elected president of the Charted Institute of Patent Attorneys (CIPA) on May 22.

Marks & Clerk tops CTM filings

EU, UK28-05-2013

Marks & Clerk LLP filed more Community trademark applications than any other law firm or IP owner last year, according to an industry report.

Ritter’s appeal dismissed in 3D mark dispute

Germany24-05-2013

The German Supreme Court has refused confectioner Ritter’s appeal against a decision that one of Kraft Foods’ Milka chocolate bars does not infringe its 3D trademark.

LSI loses ‘sue first, negotiate second’ RAND case

US24-05-2013

US electronics company LSI breached its contract to license standards-essential patents by suing chip-maker Realtek before offering it a licensing deal, a court has ruled.

UK Supreme Court delivers rare trade secret ruling

UK24-05-2013

The UK Supreme Court on Wednesday cleared Trine Sig, a former employee of an insecticidal net-maker, of breaching trade secret laws when she set up a rival company.

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