The American Bar Association has once again made publicly available its response to the NDRC questionnaire on drafting IP abuse guidelines, attached here. This is a useful and large bilingual download which contains useful background materials.
Some of my prior recent blogs on this questionnaire include a posting of George Mason University’s comments, and my comments on the questionnaire itself.
Thanks again to the ABA for the transparency of its efforts!
The American Bar Association has released its comments on the recently released draft judicial interpretation (JI) on patent litigation, no. 2, available here. Articles 1, 10 and 24 deal with patent law matters and were prepared by the ABA’s Sections on Intellectual Property Law and International Law. The Section on Antitrust Law joined only in comments on Articles 27 and 30, which deal with standards setting and compulsory licensing/denial of injunctive relief. The ABA as a whole did not join in commenting on this JI.
The ABA Rule of Law Initiative Program has an opening for a program officer for Environmental Law and Civil Society Programs. Please see below for the posting from the ABA ROLI.
American Bar Association Section of Intellectual Property Law and Section of International Law have issued draft comments on the Draft Regulatory Measures on National Standards Involving Patents.
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