Hi everyone! Here’s what we found in the way of foreign filing news from the first week of April:
- The USPTO and Kaufman Foundation will hold the first Patents for Humanity Ceremony in DC next week.
- A recent article from IPWatchdog discusses how innovation in the mobile computing industry has evolved over the last decade.
- “Why Innovators Get Better With Age” – A NY Times article looks at “innovation potential” as it relates to a person’s age.
- India’s Supreme Court rules on one of the largest drug patent cases, one that was over a decade in the making.
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- The US Department of Commerce’s USPTO announced the creation of a new Office of International Patent Cooperation (OIPC), led by Mark Powell. Read more.
- More news out of the USPTO: Patents for Humanity was renewed as an annual program, recognizing businesses, inventors, non-profits, and universities.
- Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Leahy postponed a patent reform bill, making this the fourth time the panel has delayed action on the bill.
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