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India's Prius Judgment and Trans-Border Reputation of Trademarks
"The Prius judgment changed the course of the universality principle in India, and thus the way in which trans-border reputation is determined."
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Why the Salesforce CEO wants to redefine capitalism by pushing for social change
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff speaks onstage during the TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco event in San Francisco on Oct. 3, 2019.
Other Barks & Bites for Friday, October 15: TRIPS IP Waiver Negotiations Heat Up, CAFC Finds No Due Process Violations in Mobility Workx, and the Copyright Office Will Study Copyright Protections for News Publishers
This week in Other Barks & Bites: the U.S. Copyright Office announces that it will study the current state of copyright protections for news content; the Ninth Circuit affirms the dismissal of copyright claims against The Weeknd over the 2016 release of "A Lonely Night"; the Sixth Circuit finds that laches are not available to Honeywell as an equitable defense against claims that its online sales of MAX-branded earplugs violates a 1995 consent decree; news reports indicate that negotiations between the EU and South Africa on the proposed TRIPS IP waiver for COVID-19 vaccines have been increasing in recent days; the USPTO issues a final rule on high-capacity physical media submissions for determining patentability of amino acid sequences and computer program information; the U.S. Supreme Court approves the Solicitor General's request to participate in oral arguments for Unicolors v. H&M; and a Federal Circuit panel majority nixes due process arguments raised by Mobility Workx regarding bias in IPR proceedings at the PTAB.
Biden administration to ask supreme court to halt Texas abortion ban
The Biden administration said Friday it will turn next to the US supreme court its attempt to halt a Texas law that has banned most abortions since September.
The Justice Department is heading back to the Supreme Court over Texas' abortion law
The Texas state Capitol is seen on Oct. 2.
Let her finish: interruptions of female justices led to new supreme court rules
Justice Sonia Sotomayor has revealed that changes have been made in the supreme court's structure of oral arguments following studies confirming what women on the court have long noticed - that female justices were more prone to being interrupted by male justices and attorneys.
Booster Confusion
When an F.D.A. panel meets today about J. & J. booster shots, there will be an elephant in the room.