• Amazon Wins Patent for Data Stream to ‘Identify’ Bitcoin Users for Law Enforcement

    Amazon, the online retail and technology giant owned by billionaire Jeff Bezos, won a patent in the US for a subscription feed that the company claims could “identify [Bitcoin] transaction participants” for governments and law enforcement. The patent, which was filed in 2014 but approved on Tuesday, …

     
  • PTO’s Iancu: AI Algorithms Generally Patentable

    At issue are Supreme Court decisions that Iancu said had injected “a degree of uncertainty” into that area of law. He said PTO would come up with guidelines to help better define what is patent-eligible, but that it was a challenge that needed to be addressed by Congress and stakeholders... Continue reading

     
  • Coinbase Alert: Amazon Is Coming

    After reading through the patent, it is obvious there are many applications to be developed. Helping regulators may be one of those. Here is what the patent application states. For example, a law enforcement agency may be a customer and may desire to receive global bitcoin transactions, correlated by …

     
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  • Form 10-K VPR Brands, LP. For: Apr 05

    We are evaluating our options and conducting investigations to determine if our intellectual property is being infringed and if so, by whom, both in the U.S. and in the Peoples Republic of China. In the U.S., we are exploring legal options and strategies related to prosecuting infringers and pursuing …

     
  • UK Patent Ruling Sharpens Contrast With US Practice

    Law360 (April 18, 2018, 12:05 PM EDT) — On March 28, 2018, the U.K. Court of Appeal handed down its decision in Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc. v. Kymab Ltd. and Novo Nordisk AS,[1] reversing a lower court decision that found two critical patents covering Regeneron’s transgenic mice technology …

     
  • China releases measures to boost pharma IP protection

    China’s government has announced a series of measures to increase the country’s importation of drugs, including enhanced IP protection in the pharmaceutical industry. Chinese firm CCPIT Patent and Trademark Law Office shared the news on Monday, April 16. On Thursday, April 12, the State Council …

     
  • American Academy of Arts and Sciences elects nine Stanford faculty members

    Mark A. Lemley, a professor at Stanford Law School, the William Neukom Professor in Law and senior fellow at the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research, whose research areas include antitrust and regulation, intellectual property, law and economics. He is also a member of the Stanford …

     
  • Federal appeals court puts chill on Maryland law to fight drug price-gouging

    … who raised one generic’s price 5,000 percent after buying the company. The law, which had been hailed as a model for other states, is one of a number of state initiatives designed to combat rapidly rising drug prices. It gave the state attorney general power to intervene if a... Continue reading

     
  • Turkey: Advertising Agreements And Copyright Law

    Such individuals are defined as “Author” by the Law on Intellectual and Artistic Works (“Law“). Thus, aforementioned individuals shall be both authors by means of the Law and employees of the advertising agency. However, Article 18 of the Law regulates that the rights of Works which are created under …

     
 
 
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