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Patent Déjà vu - Hospira v Genentech and another patent dies
There has been a superabundant deluge of patent cases last week, with two decisions from the Court of Appeal and two from the Patents Court.  So it is with slight delay that the IPKat comes to the latest decision in the apparently endless Hospira v Genentech saga.  Hospira is...
McRo, Inc. v. Square Enix, Inc. (C.D. Cal. 2014)
By Eddie Obissi and Michael Borella -- Note: This coverage of a district court case from last year provides an overview of the patented invention, as well as the decision currently being appealed to the Federal Circuit. In a subsequent article, we will review the parties' briefs. On November 21...
Developing Country Broadcasters Ask For International Signal Protection At WIPO
The World Intellectual Property Organization committee on copyright opened this week with an information panel that underlined that broadcasters in developing countries face more or less the same issues than their counterparts in developed countries. Piracy remains a shared issue. This...
Christian Roselund On “Capacity Factor Limit”
I recall that I discussed the strange theory of limiting the market share of some variable renewable energy technology by its capacity factor a couple of days ago. Now Christian Roselund goes into more detail . He agrees with me. There is no reason why the share of solar in some...

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