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01 Jul
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Patent: SAP settles patent suit with i2

The patent infringement litigation began when Dallas based i2 technologies filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas in September 2006 against Germany’s SAP and its U.S. subsidiary Newtown Square, SAP America Inc. i2 alleged infringement of its seven patents by SAP. The patented technologies covered software programs related […]

29 Jun
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Trademarks: ICANN plans to introduce new top level domain names

(ICANN) Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers completed a policy development with the recommendation from its Generic Names Supporting Organization (GNSO) to implement a process that allows introduction of New Top Level Domain Names i.e. to join the likes of .com or .org. in the meeting held in Paris on June 24th 2008. The […]

25 Jun
The featured image shows a child busy with iPad. The post is about the Apple, HTC, Dell, Toshiba and others hit by Typhoon Touchtech patent infringement claims

Patent: Apple, HTC, Dell, Toshiba and others hit by Typhoon Touchtech patent infringement claims

Typhoon in December, 2007 filed a patent infringement suit in the US District Court, Eastern District of Texas against Dell. the company subsequently added Apple, Fujitsu, Toshiba America, Lenovo US, Panasonic Corp. of North America, HTC America, Palm Inc., Samsung Electronics America, Nokia Inc. and LG electronics USA to its list of defendants by amending […]

24 Jun
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Patent: Infringement issue between Convolve Versus Dell

This is the infringement issue between Convolve & DELL. Convolve claims that DELL is infringing on a patent (‘635) granted to it in 1998 for “shaping command inputs to minimize unwanted dynamics”Originally, the patent ‘635 was granted to the three co-inventors: Mr. Singer, Mr. Kim and Mr. Seering in 1988 during their research tenure at […]

22 Jun
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Patent: Case Note: Diamond v. Diehr

Author: Kalyan Chakravarthy Kankanala, Chief Knowledge Office, Brain League IP Services Now BananaIP . To know more about Brain League, now BananaIP visit www.bananaip.com Case facts A method of curing rubber where the temperature in the mold is continuously measured and fed into a digital computer which calculates he cure time using arrhenius equation and […]

21 Jun
The image depicts the logo of the pharma company Merck & co as the post is about a patent dispute between Merck & co and Apotex USA, inc.

Patent: Case Note: Apotex USA, Inc. v. Merck & Co., 254 F.3d 1031 (Fed. Cir. 2001)

Author: Ken Aoki, Patent Agent, Japan CASE FACTS · Apotex’s patents cover a process for making an enalapril formulation (high blood   pressure drug). · Merck has been selling enalapril (VASOTEC) since 1983. · Merck owns a product patent but does not own a manufacturing process patent. · Later, Merck disclosed ingredients of the enalapril […]

20 Jun
The image depicts a photograph of the fruit Garcinia Cambogia as the post is about US patents over diet whiskey and vodka and it is one of the main ingredient of the same.

Intellectual Property: Indian Diet Whisky and Vodka gets US patent

Vijay Malaya’s Vittal Mallya Scientific Research Foundation in Bangalore has developed the technology of manufacturing diet whisky and diet vodka which helps to fight obesity, it actually breaks down the sugar cells and fat cells. Moreover, this technology has been granted US patents.These legitimate drinks have been tested in laboratories and have proved that they […]

11 Jun
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IP Licensing: Educational Community License Version 1.0 – By Dr.Kalyan C. Kankanala, CKO, Brain League IP Services Pvt. Ltd Now BananaIP

The Educational Community License is one of the special purpose licenses approved by the Open Source Initiative. The license is used by certain educational institutions while distributing software. Rights The license provides certain rights to a person receiving a software, documentation or other materials under the agreement. The license comes into effect as soon as […]

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