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CPA, the world's top intellectual property (IP) management specialist and the leading provider of outsourced legal support services, in conjunction with Ocean Tomo, hosted India's first ever "Live Intellectual Property Auction - Asian Simulcast and Symposium" in Bangalore, recently. Nearly 65 lots...
India IP and Innovation Forum www.managingip.com/IndiaIP2012Regency Hyatt Hotel, New Delhi February 28, 2012 Free for IP counsel, academics and R&D professionals Dear Colleague: Managing IP and Law Wire Blog invite you to the inaugural India IP & Innovation Forum on February 28,...
In Ex parte Catlin, (U.S. PTO Bd. App. & Int. February 3, 2009)(precedential), the Board held that a method claim for implementing an on-line incentive system that recited "providing, at a merchant's web site, means for a consumer to participate in an earning activity to earn value from a...
Registration is now open for the 46th Annual Corporate Patent Seminar in Austin, Texas on November 14-16th. Past participants have included representatives from Procter & Gamble, Caterpillar, SC Johnson, Pfizer, Eli Lilly and others. Limited to senior-level corporate counsel, the CPS is an...
A Division Bench of the Kerala High Court on 1 st October 2009 issued notice to the Union government, MontBlanc International GmbH, Germany, and other respondents on a writ petition that sought a ban on the marketing and sale of “Mahatma Gandhi Limited Edition 241” and “Mahatma Gandhi Limited...
An Indian company is taking a domain battle to court after a WIPO domain panelist handed its domain owner to conglomerate Tata Sons. The domain at issue is OKTaTaByeBye.com, a travel web site based on the colloquial saying “Ta Ta”, as in bye-bye or see you later. OKTaTaByeBye.com is run by a large...
Reliance Industries Ltd, the nation's most valued company, has withdrawn applications to register the terms, 'Jamnagar' and 'Krishna Godavari', as geographical indication (GI) tags for its petro products. The Mukesh Ambani-led RIL had sought the GI tag for five products, four with a prefix of...
Japan granted the maximum number of patents in 2007 and has replaced the United States from number one position, a status it was enjoying for nearly adecade, a UN agency report says. "The USPTO (United States Patent and Trademark Office), which has issued the highest number of patents since...
Banarasi silk products have been registered under Geographical Indication (GI) rights with the name ‘Banaras Brocades and Sarees’. This is the first ever GI status that any product in Eastern UP has received. Malihabadi Dussehri mango is another product that is enjoying GI status in the state of...
Some of the world's largest recording companies are suing "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," claiming producers violated their copyrights by playing more than 1,000 songs without permission.Many of the songs were played during the "dance over" segment of the show, when DeGeneres dances from the stage to...