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Patent Enforcement Companies – Interview With Daniel Papst – UPC Update – Is There a Trademark Troll? – IPRs Constitutional? – IP Fridays – Episode 92
[popwerpress] Patent Enforcement Companies – Interview With Daniel Papst – UPC Update – Is There a Trademark Troll? – IPRs Constitutional? – IP Fridays – Episode 92 http://papstlicensing.com/
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Patent Pools – Interview with Larry Horn – UK Close to UPC Ratification – EPO Guidelines – Episode 91 – IP Fridays
Patent Pools – Interview with Larry Horn – UK Close to UPC Ratification – EPO Guidelines – Episode 91 – IP Fridays MPEG LA http://www.mpegla.com/main/default.aspx
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Review of US Trademark Caselaw – Interview with Ted Davis – EPO DOCX Document Filing – UPC Update – US Online File Within Patentscope – IP Fridays – Episode 90
Review of US Trademark Caselaw – Interview with Ted Davis – EPO DOCX Document Filing – UPC Update – US Online File Within Patentscope – IP Fridays – Episode 90 Ted Davis Profile http://www.kilpatricktownsend.com/en/Who_We_Are/Professionals/D/DavisJrTheodoreH91.aspx
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How to Search for IP Rights – Interview with Gudrun Littmann-Hilmer – New Patent Litigation Strategy in the US – New EPO President – IP Fridays – Episode 89
How to Search for IP Rights – Interview with Gudrun Littmann-Hilmer – New Patent Litigation Strategy in the US – New EPO President – IP Fridays – Episode 89 Gudrun’s Profile http://www.lhip-research.com/company.html
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EU General Data Protection Regulation – Interview with Heidi Fessler – WIPO Patent Translation Update – EUIPO Changes – IP Fridays – Episode 88
EU General Data Protection Regulation – Interview with Heidi Fessler – WIPO Patent Translation Update – EUIPO Changes – IP Fridays – Episode 88
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German Employees Inventions Act – Interview with Martin Quodbach – EU Brexit Wishes – Changes to the EUTM Procedure – IP Fridays – Episode 87
German Employees Inventions Act – Interview with Martin Quodbach – EU Brexit Wishes – Changes to the EUTM Procedure – IP Fridays – Episode 87 Martin’s Profile: http://www.cbh.de/Anwaelte/Geistiges-Eigentum-Medien/Dr.-Martin-Quodbach-LL.M
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Emoji Law With Gabriella Ziccarelli – Is Google a Generic Term? – Unitary Patent Guide – Episode 86 – IP Fridays
Emoji Law With Gabriella Ziccarelli – Is Google a Generic Term? – Unitary Patent Guide – Episode 86 – IP Fridays Profile of Gariella https://www.blankrome.com/index.cfm?contentID=10&bioID=3371
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Interview with Lanny Davis – Germany Joins DesignView – Ferrarri Loses Trademark Testarossa – IP Fridays – Episode 85
Interview with Lanny Davis – Germany Joins DesignView – Ferrarri Loses Trademark Testarossa – IP Fridays – Episode 85
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Interview with Scott Rothenberger – Patent Enablement, Indefiniteness, Written Description – USPTO Patent Eligible Subject Matter – European Inventor Award – IP Fridays – Episode 84
Interview with Scott Rothenberger – Patent Enablement, Indefiniteness, Written Description – USPTO Patent Eligible Subject Matter – European Inventor Award – IP Fridays – Episode 84
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Brand Creation – Interview With Johannes Buzasi – McCartney Settles With Sony – EPO Quality Report – UK Ratifies UPC Agreement – IP Fridays – Episode 83
Brand Creation – Interview With Johannes Buzasi – McCartney Settles With Sony – EPO Quality Report – UK Ratifies UPC Agreement – IP Fridays – Episode 83 Article about Johannes Buzasi @ fischer appelt: https://www.fischerappelt.de/blog/johannes-buzasi-vom-trainee-zum-geschaftsfuhrer/
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Image Based Trademark Search – Interview with Cameron Mitchell – Screetching Halt for UPC – FRAND License Fees Fixed – Slants Case Decided by US Supreme Court – IP Fridays – Episode 82
Image Based Trademark Search – Interview with Cameron Mitchell – Screetching Halt for UPC – FRAND License Fees Fixed – Slants Case Decided by US Supreme Court – IP Fridays – Episode 82 Interested in the GRUR Annual Meeting with a discussion of FRAND license fees? The official program will be available next week at [...]
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Interview with Franklin Graves – Youtube Law – Amazon Brand Registry – UPC Update – IP Fridays – Episode 81
Interview with Franklin Graves – Youtube Law – Amazon Brand Registry – UPC Update – IP Fridays – Episode 81
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Interview With Jason Karlov – Entertainment, Media & Sports Law – EUIPO Image Search and Data Service – UK Joins Hague Agreement – Episode 80 – IP Fridays
Interview With Jason Karlov – Entertainment Law – EUIPO Image Search and Data Service – UK Joins Hague Agreement – Episode 80 – IP Fridays
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Insight Into Litigation Before the UPC – Interview With Dr. Christof Augenstein – Controversial Patents on Beer – Inventors Hall of Fame – Important Decision of the EPO – Episode 79 – IP Fridays
Insight Into Litigation Before the UPC – Interview With Dr. Christof Augenstein – Controversial Patents on Beer – Inventors Hall of Fame – Important Decision of the EPO – Episode 79 – IP Fridays Profile of Dr. Christof Augenstein https://www.katheraugenstein.com/wer-wir-sind/dr-christof-augenstein/
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Interview with Jeannie Hill – SEO For Brand Owners – UPC Delayed – Important FCJ Decision Regarding Nullity Actions – 1000 Subscribers On YouTube Channel!!! – Episode 78 – IP Fridays
Interview with Jeannie Hill – SEO For Brand Owners – UPC Delayed – Important FCJ Decision Regarding Nullity Actions – 1000 Subscribers On My YouTube Channel!!! – Episode 78 – IP Fridays Rolf Claessen’s Youtube Channel http://youtube.com/rolfclaessen Jeannie Hill https://www.hillwebcreations.com/
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Interview with François Larose – New French Language Requirements in Canada For Trademark Owners – World IP Day Coming Up – Episode 77 – IP Fridays
Interview with François Larose – New French Language Requirements in Canada For Trademark Owners – World IP Day Coming Up – Episode 77 – IP Fridays Link to François Larose: http://www.bereskinparr.com/People/Francois-Larose Two links to more information about World IP Day https://www.google.com/maps/d/view?hl=en&authuser=0&mid=1ggE1S0BIWTYMOyaOsk_qF4F-DYc&ll=8.668316883262772%2C0&z=2 http://www.wipo.int/ip-outreach/en/ipday/ Have fun! Ken and Rolf
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Interview with Eileen Tottle – Head of the Secretariat of the Unified Patent Court – Trademark For Scent of Play-Doh – Episode 76 – IP Fridays
Interview with Eileen Tottle – Head of the Secretariat of the Unified Patent Court – Trademark For Scent of Play-Doh – Episode 76 – IP Fridays
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Interview with Mike Schuster about Marijuana Related Trademarks – UPC Updates – Madrid System Filing Statistics IP Fridays – Episode 75
Interview with Mike Schuster about Marijuana Related Trademarks – UPC Updates – Madrid System Filing Statistics IP Fridays – Episode 75
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Interview with Judge Dr. Klaus Grabinski About the UPC, the Role of the UK, Double Patenting, Costs, Opting-Out – Amazon Echo Conversation Protected by the First Amendment? – IP Fridays – Episode 74
Interview with Judge Dr. Klaus Grabinski of the Federal Court of Justice in Germany About the UPC, the Role of the UK, Double Patenting, Costs, Opting-Out – Amazon Echo Conversation Protected by the First Amendment? – IP Fridays – Episode 74
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Software Patents and Patent Eligibility – Interview With Gene Quinn the IP Watchdog – Cannabis Trademark Issues – EPO G1/15 Enlarged Boards of Appeal – IP Fridays – Episode 73
Software Patents and Patent Eligibility – Interview With Gene Quinn the IP Watchdog – Cannabis Trademark Issues – EPO G1/15 Enlarged Boards of Appeal – IP Fridays – Episode 73 See the website of Gene Quinn http://www.ipwatchdog.com
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Podcast: The Resilience of the Patent System – Interview With Mark Lemley – Internet of Things Privacy And Security
Podcast: The Resilience of the Patent System – Interview With Mark Lemley – Internet of Things Privacy And Security
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UPC Procedure In-Depth Information – Interview with Aloys Hüttermann
UPC Procedure In-Depth Information – Interview with Aloys Hüttermann
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Ken and Rolf Chat About Their Interests and Goals for 2017 – Episode 70 – IP Fridays
Ken and Rolf Chat About Their Interests and Goals for 2017 – Episode 70 – IP Fridays Here are the links that we mentioned: http://www.natlawreview.com/article/2016-social-media-facts-and-figures-infographic http://www.govtech.com/social/Law-Enforcement-Agencies-Spend-Millions-on-Social-Media-Monitoring.html https://www.tmdn.org/enforcementdb-ui-webapp/ http://www.youtube.com/rolfclaessen
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Interview with Isabelle Bissey Pierre – Enforcement of IP Rights in China From a Corporate Perspective – Change in Web Site “Takedown” Notices – No 3D Mark For Rubik’s Cube? Episode 69 – IP Fridays
Interview with Isabelle Bissey Pierre – Enforcement of IP Rights in China From a Corporate Perspective – Change in Web Site “Takedown” Notices – No 3D Mark For Rubik’s Cube? Episode 69 – IP Fridays Linkedin Profile of Isabelle Bissey Pierre as mentioned in the interview: https://www.linkedin.com/in/isabellebissey
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Interview With Nehal Madhani – IP Portfolio Management – UK Ratifies the UPC Agreement and Joins the Unitary Patent System Despite BREXIT – Episode 68 – IP Fridays
Interview With Nehal Madhani – IP Portfolio Management – UK Ratifies the UPC Agreement and Joins the Unitary Patent System Despite BREXIT – Episode 68 – IP Fridays More Info on Nehal: http://www.nehal.co/
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The Dark Web – Interview with Paul Paradise – Ritter Sport 3D Mark Deleted – UPC / UK News – IP Fridays – Episode 67
The Dark Web – Interview with Paul Paradise – Ritter Sport 3D Mark Deleted – UPC / UK News – IP Fridays – Episode 67
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Interview with Ron Alvarez – Counterfeit Goods and Organized Crime – How Patents Support the Economy – Amazon Drone Finds Your Car – Episode 66 – IP Fridays
Interview with Ron Alvarez – Counterfeit Goods and Organized Crime – How Patents Support the Economy – Amazon Drone Finds Your Car – Episode 66 – IP Fridays https://www.linkedin.com/in/ron-alvarez-29b885121
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Privacy, Security, Hacking – Interview With Jason Bernstein – Trademark Renewal Scammers Go To Jail – IP Fridays – Episode 65
Privacy, Securty, Hacking – Interview With Jason Bernstein – Trademark Renewal Scammers Go To Jail – IP Fridays – Episode 65 Profile of Jason Bernstein at http://www.btlaw.com/jason-a-bernstein/?nbioID=a118645e-43d7-4c4f-b476-e8ce2b2bb9b6&ajax=no
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Trademark Enforcement and Preliminary Injunctions in Germany and Europe – Interview with Nils Weber – Beer Name Shortage in the US – the NL Ratify the UPC Agreement – Episode 64 – IP Fridays
Trademark Enforcement and Preliminary Injunctions in Germany and Europe – Interview with Nils Weber – Beer Name Shortage in the US – the NL Ratify the UPC Agreement – Episode 64 – IP Fridays Contact Nils Weber here: http://www.jonas-lawyers.com/rechtsanwalt2.php?lang=de&seiten_menu=1&id=63
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Interview with Ron Coleman – the Slants Case – Michelle K. Lee Reports USPTO Numbers – IP Fridays – Episode 63
Today we have an interview with Ron Coleman about the Slants Case – Redskins and Slants push the case to the Supreme Court. Also, Michele K. Lee has the latest numbers and activity report of the USPTO (http://www.uspto.gov/about-us/news-updates/statement-michelle-k-lee-house-committee-judiciary). Find more info on Ron Coleman here: http://www.archerlaw.com/our-people/ronald-d-coleman/ http://www.likelihoodofconfusion.com/
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Mass Abandonment of Trademarks in India – Interview with Raja Selvam – USPTO Announces Automated System For Prior Art – Episode 62 – IP Fridays
In this episode, we talk with Raja Selvam about issues like the the mass abandonment of trademarks at the office of the Controller General of Patents Designs and Trademarks (CGPDTM). If you want to get in touch with Raja, just email him at rselvam@selvamandselvam.in . Also the USPTO announced an automated system for obtaining prior [...]
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Trademark Reform in Canada – Interview with Susannah Rolston – Tailormade Claims in Patent Litigation – Patentscope Update – Episode 61 – IP Fridays
Today we talk about the reform of trademark law in Canada with Susannah Rolston, partner with Gowling WLG. Then we show you how you can tailormade patent claims in litigation for each individual infringer. We also give you an update on the free patent database Patentscope of WIPO. Have fun! Ken and Rolf
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Patent Enforcement in China – Interview With David Cheng – Alibaba’s Fight Against Counterfeits – 3-D Printing and IP Rights – Episode 60 – IP Fridays
Today we interview David Cheng of GE CHENG & CO about patent enforcement in China. His email address is davidcheng@gechengip.com and his website is http://www.gechengip.com/. Also we learn about the new efforts of Alibaba to fight counterfeit goods. We also cover 3D-Printing and why the USPTO hosted a whole conference on this topic.
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Trade Secret Protection – Interview With Susan Goldsmith – Sound Marks in China – Harmonization of Design Protection in Europe – Episode 59 – IP Fridays
Today we talk with Susan Goldsmith about Trade Secret Protection. Ken has news about sound marks in China. And we talk about the harmonization of design protection in Europe. Have fun! Ken and Rolf
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Interview with Dr. Fischer and Dr. Burauer – Technology Transfer at the German Aerospace Center – an Interesting Trademark Case GALILEO – BoA Reform at the EPO – KR Acceedes the Hague Agreement
Interview with Dr. Fischer and Dr. Burauer – Technology Transfer at the German Aerospace Center – an Interesting Trademark Case GALILEO – BoA Reform at the EPO – KR Acceedes the Hague Agreement You can find a more detailed article about the GALILEO case here: MarkenR 2016, 423
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Interview With John Welch – Caselaw of the TTAB – M & Ms Logo Battle in Sweden? – BREXIT – Episode 57 – IP Fridays
Today we have an interview With John Welch about the caselaw of the TTAB. Trisha Volpe tells us, why there is a logo battle over M & Ms in Sweden. Today we have clarity that the BREXIT happened – what happens to your patents, trademarks and designs? have fun! Ken & Rolf
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What Would Happen to IP Rights After a BREXIT? Interview with David Potter and Martyn Fish – USPTO Fee Adjustments – Episode 56 – IP Fridays
What would happen to IP rights after a BREXIT? Interview with David Potter and Martyn Fish – partners at HGF (UK). Also we talk about some new and amended fees at the USPTO. Have fun!
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Interview with Thomas Rickert About Current Issues With and the Future Of ICANN – Top Litigated Fashion Brands – Impressions From Orlando and the IP Fridays Meetup – Episode 55 – IP Fridays
Today we have an interview with Thomas Rickert about current issues with and the future of ICANN. Thomas can be reached at https://rickert.net/anwaelte/thomas-rickert/ We also have news about the top fashion brands from a litigation perspective. And last but not least we have some impressions for you from the IP Fridays Meetup in Orlando during [...]
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Interview with the CEO of EURid – US Trade Secret Bill – EPO: No Conversion of Swiss-Type-Claim to Purpose-Limited Product-Claim – IP Fridays – Episode 54
Today we have an interview with the CEO of EURid Marc Van Wesemael for you. We talk about tools for trademark owners and security efforts for domains. We briefly touch upon the newly signed US Trade Secret Bill. We advertise our IP Fridays Meetup in Orlando (http://www.ipfridays.com/meetup). And we talk about an important decision of [...]
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Interview with Kfir Luzzatto – Author of “Fun With Patents” – Legal Compliance of Health Apps – IP Fridays Meetup in Orlando – IP Fridays – Episode 53
Today we have an interview with Kfir Luzzatto, author of the book “Fun With Patents”. Trisha Volpe talks about legal compliance of health apps. And we talk more about our IP Fridays Meetup in Orlando: http://ipfridays.com/meetup Have fun!
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Interview with Peter Dernbach – Co-Chair of the INTA Annual Meeting 2016 in Orlando – Invitation to the IP Fridays Meetup in Orlando – IP Fridays – Episode 52
Today we have an interview with Peter Dernbach, who is serving as co-chair of the INTA Annual Meeting 2016 in Orlando. He gives us a glimpse of what we can expect in Orlando. Also, we invite you to our IP Fridays Meetup during the IP Fridays Meetup on 5/24/2015 at 5 pm in Orlando http://ipfridays.com/meetup
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Interview with Ron Fierstein – A Triumph of Genius – OHIM Becomes EUIPO – WIPO PCT Statistics – IP Fridays Episode 51
This week we interview Ron Fierstein, former patent litigator in one of the biggest patent litigation cases in US history: Polaroid vs. Kodak. He wrote a book about his experience now: A Triumph of Genius – Edwin Land, Polaroid, and the Kodak Patent War http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1627227695/ Also, OHIM is now called EUIPO since March 23nd, 2016. [...]
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Interview With Prof. Henkel of TUM Munich – Why Are Most Granted Patents (Partially) Invalid? – News From the EPO – Episode 50 IP Fridays
Today we interview Prof. Henkel of the TUM Munich about his recent study on patentability and ask ourselves, why most granted patents are at least partially invalid. The we have news from the EPO and in particular the ongoing social unrest at the European Patent Office. The link to the study of Prof. Henkel is [...]
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Interview with Prof. Joseph Straus About Novelty and Biotech Inventions – Fees and Recoverable Costs of the UPC – EPO in Talks with Unions – Amendment of PCT Regulations – IP Fridays – Episode 49
This episode covers an interview with Prof. Joseph Straus, emeritus director of the Max Planck Institute in Munich, about novelty and biotech inventions. We also talk about the fees and recoverable costs of the UPC. The EPO is in talks with the unions. And there has been an amendment of PCT regulations.
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Interview With Jeffrey L. Ranck – Former Assistant General Counsel of Microsoft – Copyright Reform in the US with Trisha Volpe – Episode 48 – IP Fridays
In today’s episode Ken had the chance to interview Jeffrey L Ranck, former assistant general counsel at Microsoft and now Contract Senior Attorney at Schwegman, Lundberg & Woessner. Also, Trisha Volpe has the latest about the reform of the Copyright Act in the US.
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Interview with JP Kuehlwein – Rethinking Prestige Branding – Hashtags and Trademarks – IP Fridays – Episode 47
This episode features JP Kuehlwein in a very interesting interview about “Rethinking Prestige Branding”. Ken talks about the hot topic of hashtags and trademarks. Also, I just reached 100 subscribers on my newly created YouTube channel. I add a video every Thursday. Current videos include videos about searching for similar earlier trademarks for free, monitoring [...]
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Interview with Paul Paradise – His Novel “The Counterfeit Detective” – David Bowie and Intellectual Property – Medal of Technology and Innovation – Episode 46 of IP Fridays
Today we interview Paul Paradise about his latest novel “The Counterfeit Detective”. Trisha Volpe tells us all about the Intellectual Property strategy of David Bowie and the Bowie Bonds. And the USPTO seeks nominations for the National Medal of Technology and Innovation! http://www.uspto.gov/about-us/news-updates/nominations-sought-national-medal-technology-and-innovation-3
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Interview With Marty Schwimmer About The Bayer Flanax Case – Use Of Trademarks – Well Known Marks – EU Trademarks Update – DMCA Update – Episode 45 – IP Fridays
Today, we have an interview with Marty Schwimmer, partner at Leason & Ellis. He recently argued the Bayer Flanax case, which is about use of trademarks, well-known trademarks and rights to a name without registration. Then we also have updates on the EU trademarks as well as the Digital Millenium Copyright Act (DMCA). You can [...]
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Corrected Version: Interview With Lucas Michels About TTP And Copyright – EPO Ready For Unitary Patent – EU Copyright Reform – Happy Holidays! – IP Fridays – Episode 44
Corrected Version: Today we have an Interview with Lucas Michels about how the TTP affects copyright. Also we learn about the EPO being ready for the Patent with Unitary Effect. Lastly, we talk about the EU Copyright Reform and how hyperlinks become a legal landmine in Europe.
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Interview With Lucas Michels About TTP And Copyright – EPO Ready For Unitary Patent – EU Copyright Reform – Happy Holidays! – IP Fridays – Episode 44
Today we have an Interview with Lucas Michels about how the TTP affects copyright. Also we learn about the EPO being ready for the Patent with Unitary Effect. Lastly, we talk about the EU Copyright Reform and how hyperlinks become a legal landmine in Europe. Sorry – this episode is broken. We will repost a [...]
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Interview with Joerg Thomaier, Head of IP Bayer Group about IP Management and Filing Strategy – Santa Claus is Coming to Town and Copyright Issues – Image Trademark Search – IP Fridays – Episode 43
Today we have an Interview with Joerg Thomaier, Head of IP Bayer Group about IP management and the filing strategy of Bayer. Trisha Volpe has a story about teh famous song “Santa Claus is Coming to Tow”n and Copyright Issues. Finally, we tell you about a very cool new feature of the CTM trademark database, [...]
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Interview with Carrie A. Hefte, Senior Company Counsel Intellectual Property Wells Fargo – Decision of the Enlarged Board of Appeal G 1/14 – Japan joins TMView – Episode 42 – IP Fridays
Today we have an Interview with Carrie A. Hefte, Senior Company Counsel Intellectual Property Wells Fargo. She will give us the inside scoop of intellectual property management inside Wells Fargo. Then we talk about the most recent decision of the Enlarged Board of Appeal of the European Patent Office G 1/14. Also, Japan joins TMView [...]
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Interview with Joerg Thomaier – Head of IP, Bayer Group – Compulsory Licenses – Reform of the CTM System – German Federal Supreme Court Rules on Color Red – Episode 41 – IP Fridays
This week we have an interview with Joerg Thomaier – Head of IP, Bayer Group and we chat about compulsory licenses and India. We also inform you about the reform of the CTM system. Finally, we report on a decisions of the German Federal Supreme Courton a color trademark red – Episode 41 – IP [...]
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Interview with Malcolm Harkins – IT Security – Registration of Drones – Rules of the UPC – Episode 40 – IP Fridays
Today we have an Interview with Malcolm Harkins, Global Chief Information Security Officer of Cylance Inc. and former VP of Intel. We also have a story about the registration of recreational drones. And we talk about the newly published rules of the proceedings before the Unified Patent Court UPC) in Europe. I also have a [...]
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Patent Litigation in Japan – Interview With AIPPI Japan VP Shoichi Okuyama – New USPTO Program to Amend Goods And Services After Registration – IP Fridays – Episode 39
How to litigate patents in Japan? This and also a new patent case of the Japanese Supreme Court is the topic of the interview with AIPPI Japan VP Shoichi Okuyama. We also talk about a new USPTO Program that allows you to amend goods and services of trademarks after registration to account for changes in [...]
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Interview with Christopher Holt, Inventor of Patent Advisor – Are your Twitter Messages Really Private? – USPTO Opens Two New Regional Offices – IP Fridays – Episode 38
Today we have an interview with Christopher Holt, the inventor of the program Patent Advisor, and Rod Wittenberg, director of sales Reed Technology North America. Also, Thrisha Volpe discusses with Ken the new Twitter lawsuit dealing with the privacy of Twitter direct messages. Lastly, we report on the opening of two new USPTO regional offices [...]
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Interview with Juergen Dressel, Head of Global Patent Litigation Strategy at Novartis Pharma – Legal Implications of Drones – EPO Threatens Staff Union Leader – IP Fridays – Episode 37
Juergen Dressel, head of global patent litigation strategy at Novartis Pharma talks with us about the new Unified Patent Court and how it will change the patent litigation strategy in the pharmaceutical industry. Trisha Volpe of Barnes & Thornburg gives us an overview of the legal implications of Drones. And the European Patent Office recently [...]
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Inhouse-Perspective on IP Protection at Jostens with Eric Lambert – Patent Battle Over Gene-Silencing – 3D-Trademark for KitKat Shape? – IP Fridays – Episode 36
Eric Lambert, Associate General Counsel at Jostens, Inc., talks with us about his in-house perspective on trade secrets, privacy, copyright and intellectual property strategy in general. Will Nestlé get a 3D trademark for the KitKat chocolate bar itself (without further branding)? Also, a groundbreaking new technology for gene-silencing is the topic of a patent battle [...]
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Comparison of Patent Litigation in Asia, Europe and the US – Interview with Alan Cox – QUIET Act – Episode 35 – IP Fridays
In this episode we interview Alan Cox of Nera. He has been expert witness in countless patent litigation cases around the world and we talk about patent litigation strategies in Asia, Europe and the US. Also, we explain the QUIET Act in the US that is trying to stop or limit automated telephone calls – [...]
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Interview with Chris Gatewood – Facebook Group for Intellectual Property – Germany Joined the Global PPH Program – IP Fridays – Episode 34
This week we interview Christopher Gatewood, an IP attorney with a very broad business model. Also, there now is a general Facebook group for discussing all sorts of intellectual property. You can find it by going to http://ipfridays.com/facebookgroup. Lastly, Germany has joined the Global Patent Prosecution Highway program. Find out in our podcast what this [...]
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Interview with Reg Levy about gTLDs – Facebook Beacons – Trademarks in Cuba – IP Fridays – Episode 33
We interview Reg Levy all about gTLDs. She is VP at Minds + Machines, the third largest applicant of gTLDs. Another topic are Facebook Beacons, a new tool by Facebook to push location based messages to users. Also, trademarks in Cuba are becoming now more important now.           IP FRIDAYS   [...]
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Inside Scoop of the AIPPI World Congress – LEGO Figurines Trademarked – Important Change of the Canadian Copyright Law – IP Fridays – Episode 32
Today we will get the full inside scoop of the upcoming AIPPI World Congress by Laurent Thibon, Sarah Matheson, and Luiz Henrique O. do Amaral. LEGO sucessfully defended their Community Trademark for their LEGO figurines. And there is an important change of the Canadian Copyright Law.   IP FRIDAYS   Co-Presenters: Rolf Claessen and Kenneth [...]
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Interview with Dario De La Pena – Certification Marks – Spider-Man Toy Patent Case – Enforcement Database of the EU – IP Fridays – Episode 31
Dario De La Pena is the Global Security & Brand Protection Manager for Latin America for the Underwriters Laboratories (UL). He talks with Ken about certification marks and product safety. We also report on a recent US Supreme Court decision in a Spider-Man toy patent case about license fees after expiration of a patent. Today’s episode is [...]
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Legal implications of Using Periscope – Interview with Tatiana J. Whytelord – Unsolicited Mass Text Messages – Episode 30 – IP Fridays
Tatiana J. Whytelord talks about her new business model for IP attorneys. Ken talks about the legal implications of using the live streaming app Periscope as well as issues with unsolicited mass text messages.   IP FRIDAYS   Co-Presenters: Rolf Claessen and Kenneth Suzan   Episode 30 – June 12, 2015   RC =   Rolf [...]
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Interview with Jonathan Spangler of Nuvasive – Facebook Biometrics – Drones Privacy Issues – Episode 29 of IP Fridays
Jonathan Spangler, who is VP and chief patent counsel of Nuvasive, talks with us about his intellectual property strategy. He goes into great detail – like the filing strategy or even the software they use. Also, we tell you about the latest privacy issues with Facebook biometrics and drones.
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Interview with Annamarie A. Daley – Foreign Parties in US IP Cases – Designation of US and JP in the Hague System Possible – Apple Fends Off Patent Case in China – Episode 28
Ken conducted a very helpful interview with Annamarie A. Daley about foreign parties in US intellectual property cases. Designation of US and JP is now possible in the Hague System for design protection. Apple fends off patent infringement case before the Beijing Higer Court in China.   IP FRIDAYS   Co-Presenters: Rolf Claessen and Kenneth [...]
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The US and Japan are joining the Hague System – Interview with David Gerk – Cool Options in Patentscope – Episode 27
The US and Japan are joining the Hague System and we had the chance to interview David Gerk of the USPTO. He is overseeing the offorts of the USPTO regarding design protection and the accession to the Hague Agreement. Also, we are telling you about some cool features of Patentscope, the free patent search tool [...]
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Interview with James Bikoff – Litigation of Olympic Trademarks – Podcasting Patent Busted – Patentability of Plants
In this episode we have the chance to interview James Bikoff, who is frequently litgating trademarks of the International Olympic Committee, FIFA and other large sports associations. The we also talk about a podcasting patent that was recently cancelled. And in the end, we tell you about decisions of the Enlarged Board of Appeal of [...]
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Cybersecurity Threats to Intellectual Property – Interview with Scott Godes – Annual Fees for the European Patent with Unitary Effect – Episode 25
Scott Godes talks with Ken Suzan about cybersecurity threats to intellectual property. The EPO has announced plans for the annual fees for the European patent with unitary effect. And we proudly announce that we are co-host of the Meet the Bloggers event during the INTA Annual Meeting in San Diego. Transcript Here IP FRIDAYS Co-Presenters: [...]
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3D Printing and Intellectual Property – Interview with Paul Banwatt – Reintroduction of the Innovation Act – IP Fridays Episode 24
3D-printing has many implications in view of intellectual property – Paul Banwatt talks with Ken Suzan about this topic. Also we cover the reintroduction of the Innovation Act by Bob Goodlatte, pushing patent reform in the US. Lastly, we invite you to our IP Fridays Meetup in San Diego. We are also proud to be [...]
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Peter Sloane about Trademark Renewal Scams – Taylor Swift Lyrics Trademarks – Copyright for Cooking Recipies – IP Fridays Episode 23
Peter Sloane tells us how to fight against trademark renewal scams. Taylor Swift has protected her lyrics as trademarks to be able to fight T-Shirts with her lyrics. Is it possible to copyright cooking recipies? Find out in this episode! Also, we invite all listeners to our IP Fridays Meetup during the INTA Meeting in [...]
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Understanding the USPTO’s SAWS Program with Peter Zura – JP and the US Join the Hague-System – Validating European Patents in Morocco – Episode 22
This time Peter Zura gives us the inside scoop of the SAWS program at the USPTO. Also, you will find out how to validate European Patents in Morocco. And finally, Japan and the US joined the Hague-System for design protection. Have fun!     IP FRIDAYS   Co-Presenters: Rolf Claessen and Kenneth Suzan   Episode [...]
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Interview with IP Watchdog Gene Quinn about Software Patents – Summary of Brian Dorn of a Discussion with Erik Paulsen about Life Science and Patents – Episode 21
The IP Watchdog Gene Quinn is explaining the current state of software patents and Brian Dorn of Barnes & Thornburg is summarizing a very interesting discussion with United States Representative Erik Paulsen he moderated on the topic of life science and patents.     IP FRIDAYS   Co-Presenters: Rolf Claessen and Kenneth Suzan   Episode 21 – February [...]
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Interview with INTA President J. Scott Evans – Unrest at the EPO – New IPR Court in Shanghai – IP Fridays – Episode 20
INTA J. Scott Evans chats with us about his new role as president of the International Trademark Association INTA, we give you background information about the serious unrest at the European Patent Office and we talk about the new dedicated IPR court in Shanghai.   IP FRIDAYS   Co-Presenters: Rolf Claessen and Kenneth Suzan   [...]
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Dr. Klaus Grabinski on the rules of the Unified Patent Court – USPTO Fee Reductions – USPTO Patent Eligibility Guidance
Dr. Klaus Grabinski talks with us about the rules of the Unified Patent Court, language issues, training of the judges and many other aspects. We also give you information about the latest USPTO fee reductions for trademarks and the new detailed USPTO Patent Eligibility Guidance in response to the Alice decision of the US Supreme [...]
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Jordan Weinstein about trademark tacking and issue preclusion – Adrian Dayton about LinkedIn for attorneys – How to win nice Christmas mugs from Germany
Jordan Weinstein analyzes two recent trademark decisions from the Supreme Court. In the first case, the Supreme Court discussed whether the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board’s finding of likelihood of confusion in opposition or cancellation cases can be issue preclusive. The second case is about trademark tacking – slight alterations to the mark after filing. [...]
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Important Change in USPTO Trademark Practice – Strategies for Fighting Patent Trolls with Sharaz Gill
The USPTO has changed its trademark practice with regard to renewals. Also Sharaz Gill talks with us about his strategies to fight patent trolls. He is heavily involved in the so called phone wars and has sided with companies like Nokia to fight against Non Practicing Entities like IPCom. IP FRIDAYS   Co-Presenters: Rolf Claessen [...]
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Amazon Prime Trademark Issues – Interview with Stephan Freischem – Viagra Patents
In this episode we will talk about Amazon Prime and issues with trademarks and FAAs, we have an interview with Stephan Freischem, who served as Secretary General of AIPPI and is currently serving as Deputy Secretary General of GRUR. And we will also tell you about a company from China that is launching a generic [...]
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Interview with Mark Lemley, Facebook as a Service of Process, Fast-Track CTM Applications
Mark Lemley chats about the Alice case of the US Supreme Court and his firm Lex Machina, Ken is telling us about Facebook as a service of process in legal proceedings, Rolf tells you about the new fast-track CTM applications! Have fun! IP FRIDAYS Co-Presenters: Rolf Claessen and Kenneth Suzan Episode 15 – November 14, [...]
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Social Media for IP Lawyers – Interview with Anne Pryor – Social Media Strategy – IP Fridays Episode 14
This Epsiode is all about social media marketing for IP lawyers. We have an interview with Anne Pryor, who is a Certified Online Brand Strategist, Future Mapper, global LinkedIn Trainer and Speaker. In addition, Rolf is explaining his personal social media strategy, how his > 25.000 Twitter followers and > 5.000 LinkedIn contacts have helped [...]
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Patent Enforcement Statistics from Europe and an Interview with Felicia Boyd about the PTAB
This time we have an interview with Felicia Boyd about the PTAB (Patent Trial and Appeal Board) and some interesting patent enforcement statistics from Europe. Please leave us your comments below! IP FRIDAYS Co-Presenters: Rolf Claessen and Kenneth Suzan Episode 13 – October 17, 2014   FB =    Felicia Boyd of Barnes & Thornburg [...]
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Anti Counterfeiting Enforcement – Fakes on Alibaba – Interview with Brian W. Brokate – IP Fridays – Episode 12
This time we have an interview with Brian W. Brokate, an anti-counterfeiting litigator from NY, and we tell you more about the problem with fakes on Alibaba. Brian is stressing how technologically advanced the counterfeiters of today are and that enforcement has to keep up with the pace of technological advances. Also, we tell you [...]
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Anti-Counterfeiting – Interview with Kristina Montanaro – EU Anti-Counterfeiting Action Plan – Similarity of Goods and Services
Anti-Counterfeiting is the main topic of this episode. We interview Kristina Montanaro – Vice President of Legal Affairs & Strategic Planning of the International AntiCounterfeiting Coalition (IACC). We also tell you more about the newly released EU Action Plan on the enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights. Finally, we show you a useful online tool to [...]
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Ken and Rolf chat about their way into intellectual property and about wearable technology – IP Fridays Episode 10
This time we talk about our own ways into intellectual property and also we chat about protection of wearable technology. Please leave your comment below! IP FRIDAYS       Co-Presenters:   Rolf Claessen and Kenneth Suzan       Episode 10 – September 5, 2014       RC =   Rolf Claessen   KS [...]
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Protecting Wearable Technology – Patent Searching With The Lens – IP News on Monsanto and Apple – IP Fridays Episode 9
In this episode we interview Kevin Nickels, COO of Preventice, about protecting wearable technology. We also have the latest news about Monsanto`s dual threats of IP theft, cool new features coming up in Apple products and a very helpful tool for searching patents – The Lens. Please leave your comment below! IP FRIDAYS   Co-Presenters: [...]
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Fairway Fox – Ed Timberlake – The Right to be Forgotten – IP Fridays Episode 8
This episode is about Fairway Fox and their case before the TTAB, where we learn about the importance of knowing the true owners of rights. Then we hear from Ed Timberlake and his passion for trademark prosecution. And finally, we tell you more about Google, the right to be forgotten and the recent decision of [...]
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gTLDs – Federal Trademark Caselaw – Sealtight vs. Sealtite – IP Fridays Episode 7
This episode is about generic toplevel domains (gTLDs), we have an interview with Ted Davis on Federal Trademark Caselaw and finally Ken will tell us about an interesting trademark case Sealtight vs. Sealtite. Please leave us your comments regarding this episode! IP FRIDAYS   Co-Presenters: Rolf Claessen and Kenneth Suzan   Episode 7 – July [...]
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Mr. Softee – Canadian Trademark Act – Budweiser Fight – IP Fridays Episode 6
This sixth episode is about the worldwide fight over Budweiser trademarks, the new Canadian Trademark Act and Mr. Softee! Please leave us your comments regarding this episode! IP FRIDAYS   Co-Presenters: Rolf Claessen and Kenneth Suzan   Episode 6 – July 11, 2014   RC = Rolf Claessen KS = Kenneth Suzan     KS: [...]
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IP Fridays – Episode 5 – Redskins, Nontraditional Trademarks and Facebook Drones
This episode is about the recent cancellation of the Redskins trademarks, an interview with Elizabeth King about non-traditional trademarks as well as Facebook drones. Please leave us your comments regarding this episode! IP FRIDAYS   Co-Presenters: Rolf Claessen and Kenneth Suzan   Episode 5 – June 27, 2014   RC = Rolf Claessen KS = [...]
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IP Fridays – Episode 4 – Project 72, an interview with Jeremy Phillips and the history of the IPKat and Class 46 as well as infos on Buffer
This episode is about Project 72, a project aimed at proper copyright protection and royalties of music older than 1972. Also we have an interview with Jeremy Phillips, founder of the IPKat and Class 46. He will tell us about the history of these blogs. And we also have some information on a really useful [...]
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IP Fridays – Episode 3 – the Petrella case by the US Supreme Court, the second part of the interview with John L. Welch of the TTABlog, and the latest about generic toplevel domains gTLDs
This episode is about the recent Petrella Case decided by the US Supreme Court, the second part of the interview with John L. Welch of the TTABlog, where he talks about the recent important cases of the TTAB, and the latest about generic toplevel domains. Please leave us your comments regarding this episode! IP FRIDAYS [...]
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IP Fridays – Episode 2 – Interview with John L. Welch of the TTABlog, USPTO Trademark Fees, US Supreme Court on Patents
RC = Rolf Claessen KS = Kenneth Suzan JW = John Welch, Author of the TTAB Blog BD = Dr. Brian Dorn from Barnes & Thornburg LLP KS: Hello and welcome to this episode of IP Fridays. Our names are Ken Suzan and Rolf Claessen and this is THE podcast dedicated to intellectual property. It [...]
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IP Fridays – Episode 1 – Candy Crush, Marvell, Black & White Trademarks, Trademark Similarity Search
This episode is about an interesting trademark case Candy Crush, a patent litigation case Marvell, new treatment of black & white trademarks in Europe as well as a useful tool to do a free similarity search on trademarks. ROLF: Welcome to the very first episode of IP Fridays, the new podcast on intellectual property matters [...]
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