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Thu Nov 23



Patents: A pioneers new products help readers who are blind or dyslexic.
Fortune [PATENT]
He revolutionized the way that many blind people read when he invented a machine that scanned printed material and read it aloud, and when Ray Kurzweil sold the device to Xerox for $6 million, he could have retired and lived comfortably off the proceeds. Instead, the restless, ebullient MIT-trained engineer and entrepreneur continues to create new products, through He revolutionized the way that many blind people read when he invented a machine that scanned printed material and read it aloud, an [...]




Thu Nov 23



Game Inventions: Pittsburgh inventor gets kick out of new game
Heraldstandard [INVENTOR]
Rob DeMoss never thought that kicking a bowl with Disney characters on it with his 2-year-old son would lead to the invention of a new game. The Menallen Township man is the inventor of Kick Hockey, a combination of soccer and hockey, and is showing off his creation at the Invention and New Product Exposition in Pittsburgh. "I was living in Perryopolis in 1995 and was just kicking a bowl around the kitchen floor with my son, Collin," DeMoss said. "I just had the idea that this cou [...]




Wed Nov 22



Damages awarded for the ‘loss of opportunity’ to commercialise photographs following infringement
IPKitten [OPPORTUNITY]
The Paris Tribunal (Tribunal de Grande Instance) recently handed down a decision on the copyright infringement of a photographer’s work by the fashion textile company Renoma. The judgment is consistent with the recent jurisprudence on the questions of originality, moral rights and infringement of photographic works; nothing special here. What caught this Kat’s interest is the Tribunal’s position on the compensation for the claimant’s ‘loss of opportunity’ to commercialise his own photographs due [...]




Wed Nov 22



Never Too Late: If you missed the IPKat Last Week!
IPKitten [LATE]
Been away and want to catch up with the recent IP news? No problem! As always, the IPKat is here to bring you a quick summary -- the 170th edition of Never Too Late (for week ending 29th Oct and 5th Nov inclusive).Week ending 5th NovemberWe started off the week talking about Brexit, specifically about What future for UK copyright after Brexit? Report on IPKat-BLACA panel discussion. Kat Eleonora moderated the panel and reported on it for us.Talking about abusive forum shopping by non-practicing [...]




Wed Nov 22



Lost their marbles? When can you register a geographical name as a trade mark? Mermeren v Fox
IPKitten [MARK]
Marble can cause all kinds of disputephoto credit: Sean Hickin"Since the time of the Roman empire marble has been extracted from quarries near the city now called Prilep, in the Balkan peninsula. The marble was and is famed for its white colour and homogenous appearance which have made it a marble suitable for statuary, for use in the Emperor Diocletians palace and more recently in the Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi and in upmarket bathrooms." And so, begins Mermeren v Fox Marble [2017] EW [...]




Fri Nov 24



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Thu Nov 23



Why Quality Customer Service Always Starts with a Smile
Business-opportunities.biz [ALWAYS]
Customer service is tough. However, every business owner knows that excellent customer service is essential to their business success. And customer service thats delivered with a smile can work wonders. Whats more, smiling will make your life richer and healthier. This will in turn make you more likable to bosses, co-workers and clients. All of this will be extremely beneficial to your career, whether youre a business owner trying to get a foothold or an employee just starting out in customer se [...]




Thu Nov 23



Thursday Thingies
IPKitten [THINGIES]
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer vacancy. The Faculty of Law of the University of East Anglia is looking for a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Competition Law and Intellectual Property. Applicants for Senior Lecturer should hold a Ph.D. in Law or equivalent. Meanwhile, applicants for Lecturers must be near completion of the Ph.D. Apply here before 24 November 2017. More information, here. Miau! So many IP events...The Intellectual Property Lawyers Organisation (TIPLO) Christmas dinner will take place on 5 D [...]

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