Patent & IP news for August 7, 2010

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post image Painting pictures in patent reform from

Sometimes, as in patent reform, the picture conveyed is formed to fit the viewpoint
of the speaker, rather than to depict the reality of the situation. For example, we had allegations that patent applications were ...

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post image Hang Up from

Case in point. Ring Plus asserted 7,006,608 against Cingular. '608 generally claims generating and delivering message while the phone is ringing. This includes replacing or overlaying the ringback sound. Claim construction "determined that ...

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Michel & Nothhaft: Inventing Our Way Out of Joblessness from

Judge Paul Michel and Hank Nothhaft (Tessera CEO) have written an important OP-ED for the New York Times. They argue that an important way for the US government to stimulate entrepreneurship and job growth is ...

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Hurd of HP from

Following Mark Hurd's sudden resignation at HP, one really wonders what is going there. Hurd developed power during the earlier flap over pretexting.

Earlier IPBiz posts:

How Hewlett-Packard pretexting impacts lawyers

http://ipbiz.blogspot ...

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More on McInnis matter from

In discussing a settlement between McInnis and the Hasan people in the matter of the McInnis plagiarism, an AP story presents two interesting points.

First, about the obligations of McInnis in McInnis/Hasan deal:

Hasan ...

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FTC Settles Charges of Anticompetitive Conduct Against Intel from

The Federal Trade Commission approved a settlement with Intel Corp. that resolves charges the company illegally stifled competition in the market for computer chips. Intel has agreed to provisions that will open the door to ...

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Judge Lourieā€™s Recent Third Circuit Opinions from

Judge Lourie of the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit recently sat by designation on the Third Circuit Court of Appeals.

Here are a few of the opinions that he authored:

United ...

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Drafting Patent Applications: Writing Patent Claims from

I am frequently asked if it is a good idea for inventors to file their own patent applications, and every time I am asked that question I suspect the person doing the asking already knows ...

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Hilltone v. Hilton : The District Court's Order from

We have already been following the Hilltone story here, here and here. This post will look into the Order of the District Court of Sirohi and the facts which led to this litigationĀ 
As per ...

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USPTO Issues Post-Bilski Guidelines for Patent Examiners from

Stuart Freen is a JD candidate at Osgoode Hall Law School. Following the release of the much anticipated U.S. Supreme Court decision of Bilski v. Kappos, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has ...

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