Lazy…not so lazy Saturday Reads

  1. What’s so moral about the “moral rights” of copyright for academics?
  2. Should employees  be bothered with innovation?
  3. Learn more about the patenting culture in Scandinavian Countries and Germany in respect to Lithuania here.

 

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Lazy…not so lazy Saturday Reads

  1. Identifying the owner of an IP right in an employer-employee relationship can often be tricky, but no worries, this post is here to help you out.
  2. New decision by the Court of Justice of the European Union on what constitutes  ‘communication to the public’.
  3. On sampling in Germany and the United States.
  4. Another feature on Germany by IPKat with this interview of Philipp Schröler about life as an IP lawyer in … (guess where).
  5. Then another IP Lawyer interview. This time, in India. Subject – Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala, founder of Brain League IP Services, BananaIP Counsels and popular IP blog, SiNApSE.
  6. Did you know that an ISP could lose its safe harbour protection if it fails to remove infringing content expeditiously? An analysis of a recent decision by the Rome Court of First Instance in that regard can be found here.
  7. The quest for globally affordable treatment for Hepatitis C is far from over as shown in this analysis of a WHO-led study.
  8. More on India’s new IP policy from someone who is clearly not impressed.