Here is a selection of links to IP-related matters I found interesting this week:
- WIPO’s New Tool: Complex Patents Now Easily Translated
- Court of Appeal on Pregabalin – Pfizer still in pain, but Swiss claims re-interpreted again
- Lundbeck v European Commission pay for delay – a rotten decision or effective competition law enforcement?
- More Rigorous Patent Examination In US Than Europe And Australia?
- Big brands condemn “fraudulent” .feedback gTLD in ICANN complaint
- A close look at survey methodology for proof of acquired distinctiveness
- CJEU says that EU law allows e-lending
- ’Playboy, copyright and the CJEU – a revealing decision on hyperlinking in the EU
- In Canada, Blacklock’s Fails – Fair Dealing is Upheld and Even Extended
- A different sort of Brexit: London Act is terminated
- NIST Releases Draft E-mail Security Guidelines
- Farm-Saved Seeds Sow Discord; Breeders, Users, Seek Clear Definition At UPOV
- Freedom To Utilize Genetic Resources? The Nagoya Protocol Two Years Later
- Setapp: Sustainable recurring revenue for Mac developers
I hope you find something interesting. If you did or have a question, leave a comment or send me an email