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Selling second hand music: not music to record companies’ ears

USA - October 26 2012 Second hand book stores, preloved clothing stores, and markets for old records there are no laws preventing these shop owners from selling used items to consumers, so how about a second hand store for digital music and movie files?...

Compulsory licenses for emergency drugs for developing countries

Australia, Global - October 24 2012 IP Australia has released an “Exposure Draft” of the Intellectual Property Laws Amendment Bill 2012 (“Bill”)....

Government expropriation of patents more drugs to combat HIVAIDS and Hep B in Indonesia

Indonesia - October 24 2012 On 3 September 2012, the Indonesian Government issued a “government use” decree, a type of compulsory licence, in relation to seven patent-protected HIVAIDS and Hepatitis B medicines in Indonesia....

Patent troll takes a bite at Apple and ogles Google too

USA - September 24 2012 Apple and Google are often on opposite sides but they are now both targets of a new attack....

Lululemon vs Calvin Klein: is new yoga suit too much of a stretch?

Australia - September 19 2012 Last month, yoga-gear guru Lululemon Athletica Inc filed a...