Patent & IP news for July 31, 2010

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Apple Seeks Patents on Travel, Hotel and Fashion Apps from

Earlier this week Apple, Inc. had three patent application publish on what most would consider strange, overbroad and/or dubious inventions. The patents largely follow the same formula, the drawings are remarkably similar, and all ...

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Tyco wins over Becton, but where was the "means plus function" analysis? from

Of the literal infringement matter:

To establish literal infringement, “every limitation set forth in a claim must be found in an accused product, exactly.” Southwall Techs., Inc. v. Cardinal IG Co., 54 F.3d 1570 ...

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Congress gives USPTO money, sort of from

From LegalTimes:

The legislation, which now goes to the president, stems from the rather unusual budget system for the PTO and the annual problems that system creates. The office is fully financed by user fees ...

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Perfect 10 v. Google: Naked Pictures Copyright Case Continues from

Perfect 10, Inc., the former publisher of Perfect 10 Magazine, is back at it with Google over whether Google's display of certain images of scantily clad women infringes the copyrights owned by Perfect 10 ...

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Apple and Others Sued for $60 Billion+ for False Patent Marking from

These so-called false marking cases arise from 35 USC § 292, and were given new life thanks to a Federal Circuit decision from December of 2009 --- The Forest Group Inc. v. Bon Tool Co. --- which quite ...

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