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Supreme Court should bring Sanity to Patent Law

Supreme Court will hear argument in TC Heartland v. Kraft Foods. This critically important case involves the meaning of the patent venue statute and where plaintiffs who claim infringement may bring suit. Fighting over where cases can be brought may sound like the sort of thing only lawyers would care about, but I assure you, this [...]

By |2017-09-08T10:52:24+05:30March 28th, 2017|Patent|0 Comments

President intellectual property advocates as Trade Rep

Robert lighthizer was nominated to the position of United States Trade representatives on 14 march 2017. The nomination appears to fit trumps stance on china, including on intellectual property protection. At broadcasting and cable, John Eggerton points out that the Motion Picture Association of America ,praises the nomination ,quoting chairman and former senator Chris [...]

By |2017-09-08T11:29:24+05:30March 24th, 2017|IP Basics, Trademark, USA|0 Comments

Intellectual Property: No One Wants To Pay – Everyone Wants To Get Paid

The world of intellectual property (IP) is rife with hypocrisy and rationalizations therefore.  Full of people who incessantly steal other people’s IP, while proffering ridiculous assertions to justify their heists.  And all them, they are doing everything they can to stop other people from stealing their IP. I’m not even claiming that people always [...]

By |2017-09-08T12:01:23+05:30March 22nd, 2017|IP Basics|0 Comments

Have you heard of Anti-trust law?

Many consumers have never heard of anti-trust laws, but enforcement of these laws saves consumers millions and even billions of dollars a year. Anti-trust laws - also referred to as "competition laws" - are statutes developed by the U.S. Government to protect consumers from predatory business practices by ensuring that fair competition exists in [...]

By |2017-09-08T13:36:26+05:30December 28th, 2016|Patent, USA|0 Comments
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