Never Too Late: if you missed the IPKat last week!

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Pharma: Competition & IP

Looking to discuss the latest developments in competition law in the pharma sector? Here’s an event for you taking place on 4 December in Brussels. See Kat Eleonora’s post for more details (and for a special discount for IPKat readers!).

The Patent Information Initiative for Medicines (Pat-INFORMED), is a newly creted database through which patent holders provide information about patents covering approved medicines: a database of information but also a communication platform between procurement agencies and pharmaceutical companies. In Public procurement of pharmaceuticals and the patent system, the first date of a stormy relationship? Kat Frantzeska discusses the issue.

Kat dilemmas upon arrival in the Belgian capital

Trade marks

Computer-Implemented Inventions

Kat Eibhlin informed readers about the Event: Computer-Implemented Inventions - Monday 8 Oct 2018 which involved presentations from the technical board of appeal responsible for examining appeals in the fields of computing and computer-implemented inventions. 


How far does the control of the copyright holder go in relation to unauthorized uses of their works? Can warehouse storage of copyright-infringing products be considered an act of distribution? AG Campos advises CJEU to rule 'yes', reported by Kat Eleonora.

Copyright monetisation: does technology help or hinder? IPWeek @ SG 2018 whereby the panel, composed by Cheah Yew KuinNgiam KeeminYeo Kok Siew and Cedric Manara, and Kat Neil as reporter, addressed the question at hand.

Weekly Roundups: Friday Fantasies,  Around the IP Blogs!

Never Too Late 201 [Weeks ending 23 and 30 Sep] UK copyright in a no-deal Brexit scenario: what will happen? | No deal Brexit - what does it mean for exhaustion of rights? |No deal Brexit - what will happen to patents - particularly SPCs and the UPC? No deal Brexit - what does it mean for registered Community designs and trade marks | Will there be a “Fiverrization” of the creative industries? | IPWeek @ SG: IP Offices still searching for (the holy grail) of innovation and incentives: the view from | IPWeek @ SG AIPPI Congress Report 1: Standard essential patents – maximizing value before enforcement | AIPPI Congress Report 2: Out of term - provisional and post term patent enforcement | AIPPI Congress Report 3: Hot topics in IP | and AIPPI Congress Report 4: A balancing act - copyright versus other rights | How Singapore Is Fast-Tracking FinTech Patent Applications (and making more "Crazy Rich Asians"? | Evolving concepts of work and sustainability of copyright: the curious case of curated fireworks displays | US Copyright Office Review Board denies registration of ‘Vodafone Speechmark’ | After UEFA’s Starball logo, also the EURO Trophy has been denied copyright registration | Using copyright-protected material as evidence in a court proceeding | Paris tribunal guts Twitter’s T&Cs… including the copyright clause for user-generated content | Around the IP Blogs!

Never Too Late 200 [Week ending 16 Sep] | BREAKING: FCJ refers case regarding YouTube’s liability for damages to the CJEU | Fashion, algorithms, and copyright: is it all about what we want or rather what we didn't know we want? | Time for a break - catching up with KitKat | Book review: The Economics of Open Access – on the Future of Academic Publishing | 

Never Too Late 199 [Week ending 9 Sep] What does a no deal Brexit mean for trade marks and designs? | Copyright and tattoos: where are we now? | Swedish Supreme Court to rule on damages relating to online copyright | CJEU back in ‘Hot Water’ – when are infringing goods being ‘offered’? | A bagel is a bagel is a bagel, and a pita is a pita is a pita: but is a bialy a cebularz?

Never Too Late 198 [Week ending 17 June] BREAKING: CJEU rules that Louboutin red sole mark does NOT fall within absolute ground for refusal | The Broad's CRISPR patent: The curious case of the missing declaration | Kymouse's stay of execution | The AmeriKat's Top 3 upcoming IP summer events | BREAKING: UK Supreme Court rules that ISPs do NOT have to pay implementation costs in Cartier case | who should control the 1500-year old monastery manuscript of the Garima Gospels? | Mexican GIs and the registry of foreign GIs and AOs | Around the IP Blogs!

Never Too Late: if you missed the IPKat last week! Never Too Late: if you missed the IPKat last week! Reviewed by Cecilia Sbrolli on Wednesday, October 24, 2018 Rating: 5

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