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  • Blog: Garrigues Intellectual Property BlogMake no mistake about it – software functionalities cannot be protected Posted on June 8, 2021 by Editor1
    EU legislation has chosen intellectual property law as the main way of protecting computer programs – an essential asset to increase the competitive edge of both European companies and their products worldwide. Protection is easy to obtain because it is sufficient for the software in question to be original; there is no need to register […] La entrada Make no mistake about it – software functionalities cannot be protected  apareció primero en Intellectual and Industrial Property Blog - Garrigues.
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  • Blog: Antitrust UpdateFourth Circuit Door War Leaves Groundbreaking Divestiture Order IntactPosted on May 3, 2021 by Jeffrey Hughes, David Kleban
    The Supreme Court is the only avenue left for JELD-WEN Inc. after the Fourth Circuit denied the door manufacturer’s motion for rehearing en banc of a panel’s decision in Steves & Sons, Inc. v. JELD-WEN, Inc., 988 F.3d 690 (4th Cir. 2021), to affirm an order directing JELD-WEN to sell a plant it acquired in [...]
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  • Blog: Pipeline LawSupreme Court to Hear Arguments regarding Natural Gas Act and Eminent Domain PowerPosted on April 23, 2021 by Kate Perkins
    On April 28, the Supreme Court will hear oral argument in PennEast Pipeline Co., LLC v. New Jersey et al., No. 19-1039, a case with significant implications for pipeline projects.  The main issue is whether the Natural Gas Act (NGA) delegates the federal government’s eminent domain power to Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) certificate holders... The post Supreme Court to Hear Arguments regarding Natural Gas Act and Eminent Domain Power appeared first on PipelineLaw. Continue Reading
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  • Blog: Patent 213Stanford’s Method for Inferring Haplotype Phase is Not Patent EligiblePosted on April 6, 2021 by Andrew Tuggle and Jessica L. Zurlo
    Stanford University applied for a U.S. patent for statistical methods of predicting haplotype phase. In 2019, the Patent Trial and Appeal Board rejected the application as ineligible subject matter. Last week, a panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit affirmed. The opinion is interesting for being related to two, often separate...
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