Patent & IP news for July 3, 2010

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post image Guest Post - Patent Marking: Is Forest Group a Solo or the Start of a Flood? from

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Spicy IP is delighted to bring forth for its readers an incisive and insightful guest post on patent marking from D. Christopher Ohly, a reputed patent litigator and a partner in ...

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post image Profile of an Article One Patent Researcher from

Researcher Michael O'Keeffe (Riskmentor) was the winning Researcher for the AUTO 442 Study.

Michael is an Irish biotechnology expert who currently divides his time visiting family in Ireland, the UK, Spain and Canada. Michael ...

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Google: we're very non-sticky from

A report by the Telegraph on Google's Schmidt begins:

This week Google released an update to its Android mobile operating system. Known as FroYo, the new operating system makes Android mobile phones up to ...

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A look at the 2008 Berkeley Patent Survey from

Looks like we're not the only ones conducting surveys on US IP trends.  Researchers at the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology, the University of San Diego Law School and the Georgia Institute of Technology ...

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The Impact of Bilski on Biotechnology from

Prior to the Federal Circuit’s 2009 en banc decision in In re Bilski (Bilski I), the Supreme Court had established a test for patent eligibility that was quite straightforward in the abstract, albeit fraught ...

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