Patent News RoundUp

Ericsson sues Apple over patents Ericsson is suing Apple over “critical functions” in its devices. The legal actions, announced Friday, relate to Ericsson-owned patents. The company has filed two complaints with the US International Trade Commission and filed seven lawsuits in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas against the iPad and […]

Chemistry and Pharmaceuticals Searching Best Practices

Some technical disciplines require deviations from traditional text and classification search approaches. Chemistry and pharmacology searching is one of the best examples. The problems unique to searching for chemical compounds became apparent as early as the 1960s; to address them, professional indexing companies such as the Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) and Derwent Ltd. began to […]

Patent News Round-up

Texas Instruments continues to build patent portfolio focusing on control signals and semiconductors Texas Instruments Inc. is an electronics company headquartered in Dallas, TX, and one of the world’s largest manufacturers and suppliers of semiconductors, such as chips for cellular handsets and digital signal processors. http://www.ipwatchdog.com/2015/02/08/texas-instruments-continues-to-build-patent-portfolio/id=54432/ MicroBiome Therapeutics Receives Notice Of Allowance For U.S. Patent […]

TTC Co-founder, Mr. Jitin Talwar speaks at the “Start up Summit – FRO Chandigarh 2015″

TTC Co-founder and a noted Patent Attorney, Mr. Jitin Talwar, recently spoke at the Start up Summit – FRO Chandigarh 2015 at Hotel Taj. His session on “LEGAL AND TAX: DEMYSTIFIED“ was a presentation, followed by Q&A with delegates. Some key highlights of discussion were: Small businesses are the most likely suffer from legal issues. Managing legal agreements […]

New Zealand’s Patents Act 2013 to commence from 13 September

After an extended incubation period, the New Zealand’s Patents Act 2013 will produce full results on 13 September 2014. The new Act speaks to the first real invigorate of New Zealand’s patent enactment in 60 years, and brings New Zealand patent law into line with most different nations as far and wide as possible. The […]