Patent & IP news for February 27, 2010



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post image Return of the lost city of Z? from

In the realm of "prior art," note the re-appearance of interest in the lost city of Z:

"One archaeologist has found, in the very area where Fawcett believed he would find Z, 20 pre-Colombian settlements ...

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Webinar on Opinions of Counsel from

Technology Transfer Tactics and Strafford will be offering a webinar entitled "Patent Infringement Claims, Opinions of Counsel and Attorney-Client Privilege: Best Practices for Opinion Letters after Seagate and Qualcomm" on March 9, 2010 from 1 ...

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Northwestern JTIP Fifth Annual Symposium from

The Northwestern Journal of Technology & Intellectual Property will be holding its Fifth Annual Symposium on March 5, 2010 on the Chicago Campus of Northwestern University. The Symposium, entitled "New Rules for a New Day," will ...

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Webinar on Stem Cell Patents from

Patent Buddy and Sunlight Research will be offering a webinar entitled "What? Our Latest Stem Cell Discovery Has Already Been Patented?" on March 3, 2010 from 12:00 - 12:45 PM (CST). Dr. Robin Chadwick ...

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Verizon borrows Intangible Venture's IP from

The Tangible IP blog recently reviewed the Economist's article on Intellectual Ventures (see here for the review). Head on the tails of the article follows a report that US telecommunications giant Verizon has exploited ...

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Board to be formed to review IPCC from

During an international meeting of environment ministers in Bali, a spokesman for the United Nations Environment Program announced that an independent board of scientists would be appointed to review the workings of the IPCC.

An ...

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"Jeopardy" does "intellectual property" on 26 Feb 2010 from

The game show "Jeopardy" had a category "intellectual property" on February 26, 2010. No, it is not what you think. The category really was "real property of intellectuals."

Moreover, if you had been reading IPBiz ...

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CAFC reverses ND Ill on anticipation matter from

In SRAM v. AD-II, the CAFC reversed a decision by ND Ill in the area of
anticipation under 35 USC 102. [ The district court’s denial of AD-II’s motions for summary judgment of invalidity ...

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Leechers and WiFi from

On Feb. 26, LiveConcept had a post titled 4th Amendment, Privacy Rights & Open WiFi which mentioned, among other things,

In a recent Oregon decision, United States v. Ahrndt, the Court held that a child pornography ...

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Patent Term Adjustment from

I am indebted to my friend, Steve Yoder, now CEO of German Biotech Company Pieris AG for pointing out to me the financial implications of the recent US decision on patent term adjustments involving Wyeth ...

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Somewhere between 5 minutes and 375 hours per response from

found on the government website for the "Mandatory Insurer Reporting Law" (Section 111 of Public Law 111-173)-->

According to the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995, no persons are required to respond to a collection of ...

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Rin v. Tide: Taking Indian Advertisement to a Different Level... (below the belt?) from

“Bold and brash” is in and it’s the new chic(k?). Gone are the days of harmless understated advertisements (Oh I am not complaining at all, maybe I will after a few decades, but ...

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