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India should look at ways to ensure IP rights, check piracy, says senior US diplomat-October 9, 2012

A senior US diplomat has stressed the need for conducting a detailed study on the impact of intellectual property on India's economy, saying the country should examine ways to ensure IP rights in all businesses.

"India, with its great heritage of creativity and innovation, should look at ways to ensure IP rights in all sectors of business. To date, no comprehensive analysis has been done on the impact of intellectual property on India's economy", US Consul General Jennifer A McIntyre said.

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Google, Hitachi Metals, Samsung: Intellectual Property- September 19, 2012

Google Inc. (GOOG)’s patent-infringement complaint targeting Apple Inc. devices, including ones that have the Siri voice-recognition program, will be investigated by a U.S. trade agency.

The U.S. International Trade Commission said yesterday it has begun a formal probe of the complaint filed Aug. 17 by Google’s Motorola Mobility unit. Notice of the investigation was posted on the agency’s website.

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Apple wins lawsuit against Samsung, as jury awards $1B for patent infringement- August 24, 2012

After a year of scorched-earth litigation, a jury decided Friday that Samsung ripped off the innovative technology used by Apple to create its revolutionary iPhone and iPad. The jury ordered Samsung to pay Apple $1.05 billion. An appeal is expected.

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Google Denies Unlawful Use of Rosetta Stone Trademarks - 20 June 2012

Google Inc. denied making any unlawful use of Rosetta Stone Inc. (RST) (RST)’s trademarks in a filing today in federal court in Alexandria, Virginia. Rosetta Stone, which sells software for learning foreign languages, claims Google has sold keywords using its trademark to rivals and counterfeiters. Some of Rosetta Stone’s trademark- infringement claims, which had been thrown out by a federal court in 2010, were restored by a federal appeals court in April and returned to the trial court.

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America’s Supreme Court Wallops the Biotech Industry - 24 March 2012

PATENTS are supposed to encourage innovation, not stifle it. On March 20th America’s Supreme Court threw out two medical patents for doing the latter. The ruling in Mayo v Prometheus was unequivocal. So was the horrified reaction from the biotechnology industry. Prometheus, a subsidiary of Nestlé, had patented a test to determine the correct dose of thiopurines, drugs that have long been used to treat gastrointestinal disorders. Thiopurines’ effect depends on how each patient processes the drug. Prometheus patented a way to determine the best dose for a given patient: concentrations of certain chemicals in the blood should be within a range, high enough to work but low enough to be safe. It sells its test to hospitals, including the prestigious Mayo Clinic. In 2004 Mayo developed a competing test with a different recommended range. Prometheus sued.

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