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EPO video-conferencing: good for the planet -- but is it good for patent applicants too?
In recent times Merpel has become increasingly interested in the workings of the European Patent Office (EPO). This interest is not, as some might believe, confined to the political and financial dimensions of its operations, since Merpel has also taken quite a fancy to the EPO's...
PissedConsumer Defeats Preliminary Injunction–Roca v. Consumer Opinion Corp.
Roca makes and sells dietary supplements. They’ve made a series of legally dubious choices, but I think their problems start with their desire to suppress negative consumer reviews. The court describes that: [Roca’s] Purchase Agreement requires customers to agree that...
USTR Froman Presses India On IPR Regime
"Nearly one-third of all Silicon Valley start-ups have an Indian-American co-founder," United States Trade Representative Michael Froman said in remarks in India today. The country of India is also innovating, but it must do more to have and enforce a world-class intellectual...
Court Report
By Sherri Oslick -- About Court Report: Each week we will report briefly on recently filed biotech and pharma cases. Sucampo AG et al. v. Dr. Reddy's Laboratories, Inc. et al. 3:14-cv-07114; filed November 12, 2014 in the District Court of New Jersey • Plaintiffs: Sucampo AG; Sucampo...

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Innovative Use of Civil Injunctions Where the Criminal Standard May Not Be Met
Birmingham U.K. social services have successfully sought a civil injunction (balance of probabilities), to protect vulnerable teenagers in their care from sexual exploitation, where the evidence is unlikely to secure convictions on the criminal standard (beyond a reasonable doubt). The...
Supreme Court to Consider When a Facebook Post Breaks the Law
The Supreme Court next week will hear arguments in a First Amendment case that highlights the tension over when threatening speech posted on Facebook and other social media breaks the law.
"Like a swimmer diving into the pool at the start of a backstroke race, the 5-foot-11 receiver threw his...
"... and caught the pass with three of his gloved fingers as he crash-landed in the short corner of the end zone. [Odell Beckham Jr.'s] left hand never touched the ball as the receiver pulled it in and pressed it against his stomach. The moment the official raised his arms in touchdown form...
"Dear Eleventh Circuit: Please don't 'football fire' Judge Mark Fuller, just fire him."
Columnist Kyle Whitmire has this essay online at AL.com.

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