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Buchalter Nemer expands Orange County IP practice

27-02-2013Movers & Shakers

Michael Lee and Philip Nulud have joined US law firm Buchalter Nemer’s corporate and intellectual property practice groups.

Digital music fuels industry revival


Legal downloads and subscriptions are fuelling a financial recovery in the music industry, which on Tuesday reported its first year of growth since 1999.

FDA approves generic heroin substitutes


The US Food and Drug Administration has approved two generic versions of Reckitt Benckiser’s heroin replacement tablet Suboxone – despite Reckitt’s claims that the product is unsafe.

ICANN reveals Trademark Clearinghouse launch date


The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers said on Monday that the Trademark Clearinghouse will open on March 26, 2013.

China outlines IP plans for emerging industries


China’s State Intellectual Property Office has released plans to boost IP protection for emerging industries in order to make them more globally competitive.

UK patent change paves way for pharma innovation


The UK government announced a change to the Patent Act on Tuesday that will allow parties to run drug trials without infringing other parties’ patents.

BRICK nations catching up on patents

Brazil, China, India, Russia, South Korea25-02-2013

In a report published by Thomson Reuters on February 20, the BRICK nations were shown to be filing almost as many patents as the G7 nations in 2011.

UK appeals court upholds Genentech patent


England’s Court of Appeal has affirmed a 2012 High Court ruling that pharmaceutical company Genentech’s patent covering human vascular endothelial growth factor antagonists is valid and has been infringed by Regeneron and Bayer Pharmaceutical’s drug Eylea.

IP firm HGF strengthens pharma team

25-02-2013Movers & Shakers

Mike Nelson has joined intellectual property firm Harrison Goddard Foote (HGF) from pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca, where he was a patent attorney.

Disney loses Aladdin domains in cybersquatting row


Mass media giant The Walt Disney Company has failed to transfer three domains incorporating the word ‘aladdin’ in a cybersquatting dispute.

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