Patent & IP news for June 12, 2010

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post image Novozymes Asserts Ethanol Production Enzyme Patent Against Danisco from

Novozymes is a Danish biopharmaceutical company that develops enzymes for a variety of applications, including for use in production of biofuels.

The ink had barely dried on the company’s newly-issued U.S. Patent No ...

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post image Sounds like branding from

To use music in connection with branding is not a new thing and everyone will instantly recognize the jingles or sound logos of Coca-Cola or McDonalds. However this is only a small portion of the ...

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The illusory concept of a "very high quality patent" from

In a recent post, the IAM blog features work by one Rahul Jindal. Prior to working at CPA Global, Jindal was at Pangea3 and, before that, at EvalueServe.

Of the work in question, concerning patents ...

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Kouwe fired again! from

Felix Salmon has a post on the latest firing of Zach Kouwe. The problem with Kouwe at Dealbreaker was one of maintaining confidentiality, not one of plagiarism. Salmon noted:

One anonymous commenter — and Dealbreaker prizes ...

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