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Patent & IP news for December 25, 2009

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Microsoft smoked at CAFC in i4i/Word case from

A news report states:

Microsoft Corp., the world's biggest software maker, must alter its popular
Word software or stop selling the product after it lost an appeal of a $200 million
patent-infringement verdict.

The ...

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"It's a Wonderful Life" from

A December 23 post by yahoo movies entitled Surprising Facts About 'It's A Wonderful Life' included some interesting facts but made a salient intellectual property omission. The facile dissemination of the movie arose in ...

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PTO snagged in Sones from

The PTO took a whipping from the CAFC in In re Sones.

The CAFC wrote in Sones:

We do not interpret Lands’ End or the law of trademarks to require that
specimens of use from ...

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NYT on tetrodotoxin from

From an article by Sean B. Carroll in the New York Times in December 2009:

For instance, when puffer fish are raised in aquariums with filtered, bacteria-free water, they are nontoxic. Similarly, when Japanese newts ...

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