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Is Intellectual Property Important in Today's World? - Idaho State Journal

Is Intellectual Property Important in Today's World?
Idaho State Journal
In the late 1700s, economies were built on farmland, natural resources and access to waterways to transport goods to market. Despite the very agrarian nature of the young United States, our Founding Fathers had the foresight to foster innovation and ...


Taiwan, US sign MOU on intellectual property protection - Focus Taiwan News Channel

Focus Taiwan News Channel

Taiwan, US sign MOU on intellectual property protection
Focus Taiwan News Channel
The signing marks the advancement of ongoing cooperation between U.S. and Taiwan authorities to combat intellectual property infringement with the aim of promoting economic growth, protecting public health and safety, and undermining criminal ...

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President Nominates Intellectual Property Advocate as Trade Rep - InfoToday.com

President Nominates Intellectual Property Advocate as Trade Rep
InfoToday.com
Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) says that Lighthizer will be “a critical player in ensuring that America's trade agenda reflects U.S. commercial interests, while helping set the standard for global trade.” Intellectual Property Watch says that the nomination ...

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US must bolster fight with China over intellectual property rights - The Hill (blog)

The Hill (blog)

US must bolster fight with China over intellectual property rights
The Hill (blog)
As President Trump and his trade team take the reins, they should adopt policies that embrace strong protection of intellectual property rights. They must combat the practices of countries that attempt to use technology transfers and phony competition ...

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US: China world's main intellectual property infringer - Times of India

Times of India

US: China world's main intellectual property infringer
Times of India
The theft of intellectual property (IP) remains a grave threat to the United States due to lack of legal enforcement and national industrial policies that encourage IP theft by public, quasi-private, and private entities, according to the latest report ...
Counterfeiters, hackers cost US up to $600 billion a yearThe Republic
Intellectual property theft costs billionsFort Wayne Journal Gazette
Fakes, piracy cost US dearlyHong Kong Standard (press release)

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Federal Circuit To PTAB – No 102 Gap Filling - Intellectual Property ... - Mondaq News Alerts (registration)

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Federal Circuit To PTAB – No 102 Gap Filling - Intellectual Property ...
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
In a precedential opinion dated March 14, 2017, the Federal Circuit reversed the PTAB, holding that in finding a claim anticipated under 35 USC § 102, the ...
Federal Circuit Reverses PTAB Anticipation Decision and Clarifies ...IPWatchdog.com

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Intellectual Property Law Alert - Timing is Everything: US Supreme Court Holds That Patent Act Does Not Provide ... - Lexology (registration)

Lexology (registration)

Intellectual Property Law Alert - Timing is Everything: US Supreme Court Holds That Patent Act Does Not Provide ...
Lexology (registration)
The U.S. Supreme Court took on the analysis of laches in a March 2017 decision in SCA Hygiene Products Aktiebolag, et al., v. First Quality Baby Products, LLC, et. al. The Supreme Court held that the equitable doctrine of laches cannot be invoked as a ...
United States: Supreme Court Eliminates The Laches Defense In Patent CasesMondaq News Alerts (registration)
US Supreme Court rules no laches defence available in patent casesManaging Intellectual Property (subscription)
SCA Hygiene Products Aktiebolag v. First Quality Baby Products, LLC - Supreme CourtSupreme Court

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US Withdrawal from TPP Impact on Intellectual Property - InsideCounsel

InsideCounsel

US Withdrawal from TPP Impact on Intellectual Property
InsideCounsel
Inside Counsel sat down with Joshua Rich, partner at Chicago-based IP law firm McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff LLP, to discuss how Trump's move will impact the intellectual property landscape. According to Rich, in withdrawing the U.S. from the ...

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The Trans-Pacific Partnership and intellectual property – an opportunity lost? - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Minneapolis Star Tribune

The Trans-Pacific Partnership and intellectual property – an opportunity lost?
Minneapolis Star Tribune
It is a surprise to many that the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) contains extensive provisions on intellectual property rights. Those provisions, which were driven largely by the United States, advance U.S. intellectual property interests in ways that ...
Caught between the dragon and the elephantLivemint

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United States: PARIS BEACH CLUB Trademark. Get It? - Mondaq News Alerts (registration)

United States: PARIS BEACH CLUB Trademark. Get It?
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
En route to Paris for the spring conference of the Pharmaceutical Trade Marks Group, I am contemplating trying to pay a visit to the PARIS BEACH CLUB. Paris Beach Club! Get it? It's a joke because, as everyone of course knows, Paris is land-locked and ...



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