|IPKat keeps it cool|
Were you away and missed the last week of the IPKat? Never Too Late 106 is here to bring you what you missed.
Internkat looks back on Heythrop v CAPS. Should animals be able to own copyright?
* Rome Court of First instance confirms once again that takedown requests do not need to include URLs
Eleonora Rosati presents the latest decision concerning ISP liability from the Rome Court of First Instance, ruling that Megavideo can be regarded as a hosting provider.
* Mr Justice Arnold rejects bid to hear infringement of German designation in Rhodia v Molycorp patent jurisdiction tussle
Amerikat Annesley Merelle Ward explains why Mr Justice Arnold rejected a claim to consider infringement of a German designation in Rhodia v Molycorp. To maintain English courts' jurisdiction, claimants need to let go of foreign validity challenges.
* Quia timet, de minimis and Novartis v Hospira: Mr Justice Arnold speeds through Napp v Dr Reddy pain dispute
Katfriend Amy Crouch brings us the two decisions and developments in the Napp v Dr Reddy's and Sandoz litigation.
Mark Schweizer presents Germany's Federal Court of Justice (BGH) decision to uphold a contourless red colour mark, overruling the German Federal Patent Court's decision to cancel the registration.
The Tribunal de Grande Instance (TGI) rules that it is not possible to filter all search results for certain keywords.. "torrent" for instance. This would amount to a general surveillance measure and therefore not be an acceptable measure.
Katonomist Nicola Searle is impressed by this book edited by Kung-Chung Liu and Uday S. Racherla., particularly the empirical analyis modelling innovation and IPRs, and the use of diagrams and figures.
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