On Friday, June 14, 2019, the BPLA Case Law Committee met to discuss Google LLC v. Oracle America, Inc. In a lively conversation, led by James Lampert, of Wilmer Hale (retired), those assembled reviewed the history and substance of the dispute. The case involves whether the doctrine of fair use allows the employment of an application programming interface (API) that, in earlier proceedings, was deemed entitled to copyright protection. A petition for certiorari remains pending before the Supreme Court.
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Volume 50, Issue 3
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Message from the President Deirdre Sanders
Members on the Move
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Inhouse Meeting on Practical Measures for Protecting Trade Secrets
Summer Outing Rooftop Party
Patent Holders, Protect Your IP with These Tips on Patent Term Adjustment
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Message from the Editor-in-Chief
Boston Patent Law Association Judges Dinner Honors The Honorable George A. O’Toole, Jr. and Draws Over 200 in the Patent Law Community.
Patent Seekers. The Patent Searchers.
Case Law: Google v Oracle
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Officers and Board of Governors
New Rules of Procedure at the EPO Boards of Appeal – what does this mean for patentees and opponents?
Sequenom v Ariosa: Methods of diagnosis held patentable in Australia
Life Sciences IP Due Diligence Summit
Strategies For Patenting AI Innovations In Life Sciences
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