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IP cops swoop on first day in job

13-09-2013

A new UK police unit for tackling IP crimes kicked off its first day in the job by arresting two men in Birmingham on counterfeit charges.

USPTO acting director heads for the exit

13-09-2013

Acting director of the US Patent and Trademark Office Teresa Stanek Rea is set to leave her post, she has revealed in an email to colleagues.

India recommends compulsory licence for anti-cancer drug

India12-09-2013

The Health Ministry in India has recommended that a compulsory licence is issued for the manufacture of Bristol-Myers Squibb’s anti-cancer drug Sprycel (dasatinib), potentially opening the door to the sale of cheaper imitations.

Finnish law firms complete merger

Finland12-09-2013Movers & Shakers

Two business law firms in Finland have merged to form Attorneys-at-Law Juridia Bützow.

Alice asks Supreme Court for CBM clarity

11-09-2013

Alice Corporation, embroiled in a patent dispute with CLS Bank, has asked the US Supreme Court to clarify whether computer-implemented inventions can be patented.

UK joins Vienna Agreement for figurative marks

11-09-2013

The UK has officially become part of the Vienna Agreement on the classification of figurative trademarks.

Dyson sues Samsung for patent infringement

Germany11-09-2013

UK-based vacuum manufacturer Dyson is suing electronics company Samsung for allegedly infringing one of its patents.

AIPPI 2013: Patent grace period “key to harmonisation”

EPO10-09-2013

An international year-long grace period for patents and the need for greater harmonisation have been suggested by the executive committee of the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property.

Powell Gilbert hires two solicitors

10-09-2013Movers & Shakers

IP law firm Powell Gilbert, which is based in the UK, has appointed two new solicitors – Adam Gamsa and Dennis Waller.

AIPPI 2013: Alternatives to injunctions and damages

10-09-2013

International courts and legal bodies overseeing IP infringement cases should have powers to award forms of relief other than injunctions and damages, it has been claimed.

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