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Further judgment in ASSIA v BT ADSL patent litigation today http://t.co/Mbcz1buWMa SC appeal denied. Sounds like BT developing workaround

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Merck trademark coexistence agreement governed by German (not US) law - English judge http://t.co/74h5PPvf4s

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@FusionPatentMgt Thanks for the mention. We'd be interested to know how people think the changes will affect IP strategies?

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