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26 Jul
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Patent: Case Note: Rosaire v. Baroid Sales

Author: Nandan Pendsey, IP Attorney, San Diego, USA Issue Does the earlier experiment by Gulf Corp. invalidate the patents of Rosaire as the inventions were known or used? Holding Yes, as the earlier experiments constituted prior knowledge and use according to Sec 102 (a), they invalidated the patents. Rule 102 (a) Facts Rosaire and Horvitz […]

24 Jul
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Patent: Case Note: Inamed Vs Lubomyr Kuzmak

Author: Nandan Pendsey, IP Attorney, San Diego, USA Case Facts Inamed Corporation was a licensee of Dr. Kuzmak as Dr. Kuzmak had four patents covering   devices and methods for surgical treatment of obesity. The patent in question was directed to a method for performing gastric banding surgery using a calibration tube and electronic sensor apparatus. […]

24 Jul
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Copyright: Gramophone Company of India Ltd. – Appellants vs. Birendra Bahadur Pandey and Ors. – Respondent, AIR 1984 SC 667.

Author: Anupama Y., Intern, Brain League IP Services Pvt. Ltd now BananaIP To know more about BananaIP (Earlier known as Brain League) visit www.bananaip.com Judgment delivered by E.S. Venkataramiah, O. Chinnappa Reddy and R.B. Misra. CASE FACTS: Gramophone Company of India Limited is the owner of copyright in the recordings of performing artists to whom […]

03 Jul
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Patent: Patents: WiMAX patents available for License at “more predictable cost”

Major technology giants like Cisco, Alcatel-Lucent, Clear wire, Samsung and Sprint who hold WiMAX 4G mobile broadband technology patents have come together to form a WiMAX patents pool. It is called as “Open Patent Alliance”, which helps the companies to get WiMAX licenses from a single source. The goal is to provide WiMAX licenses to […]

03 Jul
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Patents: Leading companies form Allied Security Trust

Some of the leading companies have come together to form a trust called as the Allied Security Trust with an objective of fighting Patent Trolls. Some of the members of the trust include, Google, Hewlett-Packard, Motorola, Sun Microsystems and so on. A member can join the trust by paying 2, 50, 000 US Dollars and […]

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
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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 […]

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