Another digital data conversion patent bites the Alice dust. Frankly, this is no longer a shock. Since the controversial and confusing Alice Corp. v. CLS Bank International opinion was issued in 2014, courts have been striking software patents left and right. The latest Alice victim, an image-processing patent holder battling Nintendo, has commentators calling rulings like this a threat to software patents worldwide. When it comes to getting through the patent-worthy Alice gate, have you cracked the code?Battle Over Image Customization Software After five years of fighting Nintendo over image customization software, the Federal Circuit shut the door on RecogniCorp, a software patent holder out of Texas that filed suit against Nintendo in December 2011. The company claimed Nintendo violated its software patent by incorporating RecogniCorp’s digital imaging system in its Wii video game console. In December 2015, the District Court … [Read more...] about Patentability Post-Alice: Cracking The Code
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To the best of my knowledge, this is the first commentary on the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016(“Code”). I have perused the contents of the book and at the outset my primary remark is that the author has made a genuine attempt to simplify the law. A sound understanding of the law is evident from the manner in which the provisions have been interpreted. The entire structure of this book has been carefully planned and I can see that the author has invested substantial effort in the same. Along with providing a very easy to understand and a lucid commentary for each section, the author has walked the extra mile and has added certain additional features to this book that make it extremely easy for the reader to understand and navigate the Code. The Code has brought forth a host of legal reforms by introducing several new concepts. The book begins with a brief summary on each of these concepts viz. Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India, Insolvency Professionals, … [Read more...] about Has The Insolvency And Bankruptcy Code, 2016 Been Successfully Decoded?
World Airports Australia India Part of an Australian international airport was cordoned off on Wednesday after a black bag with the word “Bomb” written on it was found at a baggage carousel, Yahoo 7 News reported.Rather than a terrorist plot, however, it turned out to be a crime against common sense.A passenger flying from Mumbai, India, to Brisbane clearly decided their bag needed a helping hand to ensure it reached its destination safely.A photo of the bag supplied to Yahoo 7 News shows a note stuck on the front reading “Bomb to Brisbane” with the word “Mumbai” squeezed in below. The name of India’s largest city was changed from Bombay to Mumbai in 1995, but its international airport code remains “BOM.”Recommended Slideshows51In Pictures: The 50 Most Powerful Military Forces in the World44In Pictures: Every U.S. President Ranked From Best to Worst51In Pictures: Top 50 U.S. Cities Ranked by Quality of Life And … [Read more...] about Airport Shut Down After Passenger Writes ‘Bomb’ on Bag Instead of Bombay
Jeffrey J. Selingo, The Washington Post Published 12:46 pm, Saturday, April 21, 2018 In the movie "The Graduate," the young character played by Dustin Hoffman is given a simple piece of job advice from his father's friend in a line that has become one of the movie's most iconic: There's a great future in plastics. As this year's college graduates hit the job market, the modern equivalent of that line might be software programming or artificial intelligence, or anything to do with the STEM fields (science, technology, engineering and math). While software development skills are still desired by employers, a skill far more in demand is the ability to communicate. When LinkedIn analyzed the skills of its members in 100 metropolitan areas and the skills required for the jobs available in those places, the professional networking site found a shortage of 1.4 million people with communications skills compared with a deficit of 472,000 with software development skills. As … [Read more...] about The top job skills schools aren’t teaching well-and it’s not coding or math
Share Tweet Plus One Pin It Email Print By: Manav Malhotra June 11, 2018 2:03 pm Change Font Size Journal of Indian Law and International Relations (JILIR) is a legal journal started with an aim to provide an avenue for the expression of views of people belonging to the field of law. In the present globalized scenario, it is necessary for people belonging to other fields to understand the importance, impact, and the image of law as it can affect the public at large when taken as a whole and group of individuals when viewed in parts. The Journal of Indian Laws and International Relations extends a warm and gracious welcome to promote legal knowledge and awareness in the society, through 2nd JILIR Essay Writing Competition. Essay Writing Topics: Two Indian parties opting for a foreign-seated arbitration. Third Party Funding in Indian and International Arbitration. Critical Analysis of India’s Model BIT. Impact of General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) … [Read more...] about JILIR 2nd Essay Writing Competition, 2018