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Supreme Court hears Medtronic case


On November 5, the US Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the Medtronic Inc v Boston Scientific Corporation case to determine whether the patent holder or licensee bears the burden of proof in matters where declaratory judgment of non-infringement has been sought.

Robins Kaplan hires in Boston

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Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi LLP has appointed Paul Gibbons as a partner in its Boston office.

Global Patent Prosecution Highway set to launch next year


A global pilot scheme has been announced which will see multiple patent offices collaborate to provide accelerated examination procedures.

Motorola SEP battle stayed in Germany


The Mannheim Regional Court has stayed a dispute between Motorola Mobility and Apple over fees for using standards-essential patents, pending a European Commission investigation.

New proposals outlined for copyright protection in Europe


Proposals aimed at improving music licensing and increasing protection for rights holders have been agreed by European officials.

Former Microsoft patent counsel heads up new IP team

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Shook Hardy & Bacon LLP has hired the former chief patent counsel for Microsoft as managing partner of a soon-to-be opened office.

Cadbury gives up Eclair trademarks in India


India’s Intellectual Property Appellate Board has revoked three trademarks for Cadbury’s chocolate “Eclairs”.

Blackberry files patent lawsuit against semiconductor company


Blackberry has filed a lawsuit against electronics company Cypress Semiconductor Corp claiming it has infringed two of its patents.

SPC questions referred to CJEU in Actavis v Boehringer

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The UK Patents Court has referred four questions to the CJEU seeking clarification on how the SPC Regulation should be interpreted in relation to drug products made of a combination of active ingredients.

IBM invites Twitter to negotiate patent infringement claims


IBM has accused Twitter of infringing at least three of its patents, according to a document filed by the microblogging site on November 4.

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