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23 Jan 2015
In a 7-2 decision, the Supreme Court has held that an “appellate court [Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit] must apply a 'clear error,' not de novo, standard of review” to the factual aspects of evidentiary underpinnings of a District Court's claim construction determination. The Court grounded its decision in Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 52(a)(6), which provides that in matters tried to District Court, the court's “[f]indings of fact . . . must not be set aside unless clearly erroneous.” Read more

13 Jan 2015
The Australian Federal Government has recently introduced the Accelerating Commercialisation grants and services as part of the Entrepreneurs’ Infrastructure Programme. Accelerating Commercialisation helps Australian entrepreneurs, researchers, start-ups, inventors, commercialisation offices, and small to medium business overcome the challenges associated with commercialising novel products, processes and services.Read more

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