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Monday, October 3, 2011
by Anandashankar Mazumdar
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From the archives:
Anandashankar Mazumdar and Tony Dutra welcome you to the first ever edition of the BNA IP Podcast. Tony talks about the immediate fallout of the enactment of landmark patent reform legislation and Ananda gives a preview of oral arguments in the Golan case, scheduled for Oct. 5.Tony talks about the historic enactment of patent law reform legislation, the first comprehensive patent reform act since the 1950s. Tony talks about how many of the sought-after jurisprudential issues were disposed of by the Federal Circuit before the statute was finally enacted, so the result was a series of operational changes at the Patent and Trademark Office. The most immediately changes will be increases in fees. Ananda previews the oral argument in the Golan case by going into the history of the Berne Convention, which originates with Victor Hugo, the author of Les Misérables. Ananda talks about how an international trade treaty led to the current case, in which orchestra conductors and other parties have challenged the power of Congress to restore copyrights in works created overseas.
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