In This Issue:
*News From The Bench:
- Claim Construction: “Only One” Or “More Than One.”
- No Need To Include Claim Construction in Design Patent Infringement Complaint.
- CAFC Finds That Adapting Well-Known Methods Of Doing Business To The Internet Is Obvious As A Matter Of Law.
- Permanent Injunction Imposed Even Where The Infringed Technology Is One Of Many Technologies In The Accused Product.
- Once Again, Over-Disclosing References To The PTO Carries No Penalty.
- Suit Dismissed Where 11th Amendment Immunity Precludes Joinder Of Patentee University.
- USPTO: When To Seek Post-Grant Review Of Covered Business Method Patents.
- USPTO: Patent Fees As Of March 19, 2013.
- EPO: Provisions For A Unitary Patent And Enforcement Through A Unified Patent Court.
*Clean Tech Bulletin:
- Global Cleantech Insights And Trends Report 2012.
- Excerpt from EPO: Provisions For Unitary Patents And Enforcement Through A Unified Patent Court (UPC):
25 EU member states have embarked on enhanced co-operation with a view to creating unitary patent protection for their territories. The Unified Patent Court will enter into force on the later of 1 January 2014 or four months after its thirteen member-country ratification, which must include Germany, France and the UK (Italy and Spain have elected not to participate).
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Topics: Claim Construction, Clean Tech, Covered Business Method Patents, Design Patent, EPO, Patents, Permanent Injunctions, USPTO
Published In: Civil Procedure Updates, Civil Remedies Updates, Intellectual Property Updates, International Trade Updates, Science, Computers & Technology Updates
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