Looking for something? Last week's Katposts

Only one week after last week's "Looking for something?" here's another one!  This post gives you a chance to check what you've missed on this weblogs (apart from the usual Monday, Wednesday and Friday features, that is). Enjoy!
* "Will it end in tiers? A wind-up to boost secondary protection", here, in which the IPKat comments on John Grant's plea for more serious consideration of innovations by a cheaper and more flexible system than the patent grant; 
* "Sweeping decision: new broom brushes aside mop motion", here, a note on the Patents Court ruling in Thane Direct v Pitch World on whether interim injunctive relief should be granted against a defendant which was already winding down its quantifiable infringing activities; 
* "Katonomics past, present and future", here, this being a summary of the posts in Nicola Searle's highly-regarded second series and a promise of more to come; 
* "ACTA - now the EU Parliament's petitions committee will have a look", here, on the increasing level of scrutiny which the Anti Counterfeiting Trade Agreement is now attracting; 
* "Rare Diseases – are there sufficient incentives to develop treatments?", here, in which guest Kat Darren explains about Rare Disease Day and the contrasting approaches of the US and Europe towards orphan drugs; 
* "Patent Translate – EPO and Google launch new service", here, on the latest development in the love affair between language-sensitive patents and translation-hungry Google; 
* "Database defeat for Dataco", here, this being a note on Case C‑604/10 Football Dataco Ltd and others v Yahoo! UK Limited and others, a Court of Justice of the EU ruling which everyone except Football Dataco's lawyers seems to think that party lost; 
* "One real amendment and more than fifty other proposals", here, the saga of current Irish copyright law reform, brought to you by guest Kat David; 
* "Kodak's IP Golem", here, a perceptive post by Neil on his return from India on how an IP-rich corporation managed to run aground so badly; 
* "Teenage star's attorneys chase Beaver", here, on the pursuit of a game version of Canada's national animal, loosely based on Justin Bieber, by the boy wonder's legal representatives; 
* "Appeal court won't cater for very hungry Caterpillar's appetite", here, noting the dismissal of appeal against a refusal to order some sort of barring order against an ex-employee without much thought as to what sort of confidential information might be in danger of being disclosed or wrongfully used; 
* "E Pluribus Unum: a US patent reform conference comes to Munich", here, in which the IPKat gets excited and waxes lyrical over a forthcoming conference for which readers of this weblog are entitled to a generous discount; 
* "What have the EPO Boards of Appeal been up to? Round-up of recent cases", here, the lazy patent practitioner's saviour. Read this and you can bluff your way through cocktail receptions with confidence.
Looking for something? Last week's Katposts Looking for something? Last week's Katposts Reviewed by Jeremy on Monday, March 05, 2012 Rating: 5

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