Welcome to the first edition of Article One’s Weekly News Update. Each week, Article One will provide a quick list of the top news in patents and IP. Here are some of the stories that we’ve been reading!
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In addition to general IP news, Article One was featured in the news this week based on a new partnership with the Appsterdam Legal Foundation, a global trade organization representing mobile application developers. The partnership represents an opportunity for the app developer and patent research communities to collaborate towards improved patent quality.
Patent Trolls Beware: App makers partnering with legal community – ArsTechnica
Mobile App Developers gain ally to fight patent infringement – IPWatchdog
|Oracle sues Lodsys for infringement, aiming to invalidate all Lodsys patents – CNET|
|IP5 Leaders focus on user needs in recent European collaboration meetings – EPO|
|Google sued for patent infringement over GDrive online storage service – WIRED|
|Indian Parliament approves landmark bill to improve national copyright law – ICTSD|
|Apple seeks U.S. ban on sales of upcoming Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone – WSJ|
|Green Mountain weighs additives to boost margin on looming patent expiration – REUTERS|
|FTC says import bans over patents cause “substantial harm,” suggests limited use – CNET|
|Apple scores latest win in Motorola patent case, court rules out one of two patents – CNET|
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