Patent & IP news for December 12, 2009

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Surprisingly, US Design Patent Filings Down in 2009 from

It is about that time of year where we start to wind down the old and prepare for the new. So with retrospectives on my mind I thought it might be interesting to take a ...

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Obscure Patent: Doll Urn – Issued in 10 months! from

Doll Urn United States Patent 7,627,935 Issued December 8, 2009 Filed February 5, 2009 This is straight from the “you have to be kidding me” file, and for more reasons than immediately are ...

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AP on ClimateGate: Science not faked, but not pretty? from

According to "an exhaustive review by The Associated Press":

**Mark Frankel [of AAAS] saw "no evidence of falsification or fabrication of data, although concerns could be raised about some instances of very 'generous interpretations.'"

**One ...

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U.S.P.TO. Launches Green Tech Pilot Program to Speed Green Patenting from

Last week the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) announced an expedited examination procedure for clean tech patent applications. The Green Technology Pilot Program allows applications relating to improving environmental quality, conserving energy, developing ...

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1950's tv teaching law? from

Of the 1950's tv show The Adventures of Robin Hood [starring Richard Greene], wikipedia writes:

[I]n "A Year and A Day", a refugee peasant explains that, under English law, a peasant who escapes ...

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Unlikely events in December 2009? from

LBE showed up at a Wal-Mart for an oil change early on 12 Dec 09. After waiting for 45 minutes, was told that Wal-Mart had no oil filters for his car, one of the ten ...

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