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Patent & IP news for August 23, 2009

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post image "Keep your hands off our bleeding millions!", patent agent tells LinkedIn aliens from

Every so often the IPKat receives a piece of email which, he suspects, was not primarily addressed to him. One such item is a circular email received from Gaurav Goel, a Registered Patent Agent with ...

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Patently-O Bits and Bytes from

Oral arguments for the Bilski case have been set for November 9, 2009. (via Vobach) Ryan Durham of Novak Druce has created a Google Maps application (mash-up) to locate registered patent attorneys and patent agents ...

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Unintended consequences of Clunkers program? from

In a post titled Cash for Clunkers to end Monday [Aug. 24; the program officially began on July 24] night, Jenny Munro writes:

The program, expected to produce 250,000 new-car sales by November, will ...

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New Book Perpetuates Popular Misperceptions Surrounding Gene Patents from

I was recently invited to review a book entitled "Who Owns You? The Corporate Gold Rush to Patent Your Genes" for the Notre Dame Philosophical Review, an online publication. My review is available here.

Based ...

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"Accidental emailer" Alycia Lane lands job at KNBC from

A Los Angeles Times story on Alycia Lane, former Philadelphia KYW TV news anchor who has landed a job at KNBC, includes the text:

In May 2007, Lane defended sending e-mails and suggestive photos of ...

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National Law School of India Review: Call for Papers from

The National Law School of India Review has issued a call for papers for publication in Volume 22(1). Here is the call:

The National Law School of India Review (NLSIR) is the flagship journal ...

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Delhi HC refuses to let 'patent linkage' in through the back door from

The Delhi High Court on the 18th of this month in a judgment delivered by Justice Ravindra Bhat dismissing a writ petition filed by Bayer Corporation. Bayer Corporation sought to restrain the grant of a ...

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