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Myriad decision applied in diagnostic claims case


The US District Court for the Northern District of California has found that diagnostic claims covering conventional detection methods do not make the use of a natural phenomenon patent eligible.

Trademark renewal letter breached advertising codes


A company which sent numerous mail-outs to rights holders purporting to offer a trademark renewal service has been told it breached advertising codes and has been ordered to cease sending the document.

Ropes & Gray adds patent litigator to IP team

05-11-2013Movers & Shakers

Ropes & Gray LLP has bolstered the IP team at its Silicon Valley office with the hiring of Andrew Thomases as partner.

AIPLA installs new board of directors

05-11-2013Movers & Shakers

The American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA) installed the Board of Directors for 2013-2014 at its annual meeting.

Adverts launched to fight patent troll “narrative”


The Innovation Alliance, a US group representing patent owners, has launched an advertising campaign to challenge the “irresponsible patent troll narrative”.

Chinese ‘e-mall’ shut down amid copyright concerns


A newly opened online shopping forum launched by a Chinese search engine has been shut down within 24-hours after being caught up in a copyright storm.

Ascending clock to separate gTLD applicants


An ‘ascending clock’ auctioning model will decide who will own the generic top-level domains left in direct contention, according to ICANN.

Rockstar files lawsuit against Google and smartphone makers


The Rockstar Consortium, backed by technology companies including Apple and Microsoft, has sued Google and several smartphone makers claiming infringement in the US.

Zynga scores partial victory over Mattel in Scrabble battle


An imitation of popular word play game Scrabble did not infringe on trademarks belonging to the original game but will have to change part of its logo, a UK court has ruled.

Samsung extends Nokia patent licence agreement for five years

Finland, South Korea04-11-2013

On November 4, Nokia announced that Samsung has extended a patent licence agreement between the companies for five years.

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