Patent & IP news for October 17, 2010

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post image Formula 1 fight for right to race as Nelumbo Nucifera from

It may not be F1-friendly, but at least
this vehicle has a tail-gate fit for a Kat
The IPKat, like most other felines, has struggled to master the art of Formula 1 motor-racing, not least ...

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post image A Coda to "Patent Data and Innovation: Once Again, So Much and Yet So Little" from

It is rare that I add a Coda to an IPFinance blog post -- but this is one those exceptions. Last week I commented in a blog post ("Patent Data and Innovation: Once Again, So Much ...

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post image Roche-Natco @ Delhi HC- Natco continues arguments from

Yes, like yourselves, we were missing the Roche-Natco matter too, which accounts for today's post, where we update you on the latest on what's been happening at the Delhi High Court in the ...

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post image Missing Historical Patent Documents from the National Archives from

The National Archives needs your help in locating lost and stolen documents.  Among those historical documents are what the National Archives describes as Eli Whitney’s Cotton Gin Patent but then states it to be ...

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post image QE2 Equals Hyper Inflation from

QE2 is geek speak for quantitative easing two.  This means that the Federal Reserve is going to purposely debase our currency.  Hyper inflation will be the inevitable result.  It may take up to two years ...

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CBS Sunday Morning on 17 Oct 2010 from

Charles Osgood previewed the stories for 17 October 2010. He noted in "Campaign 2010" we have just 16 days before election day. Rita Braver's cover story on the House Speaker; Nancy Pelosi is trailblazing ...

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Southern Cal Beats South Carolina….in a Trademark Battle…Again from

by Mark Malek This is an update on my story in January about the trademark dispute between the University of Southern California and the University of South Carolina.  In that story, I noted that South ...

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"Los 33" -- alive, but how healthy are the brand's prospects? from

Brandchannel, in an attempt to generate a little thought, has posted the two following comments under the title "Chilean Miners' Rescue: Should Brands Profit?" (here):
The miners are poor, and they've been through hell ...

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Kappos Welcomes Expo to US Trademark and Patent Office from

Giant blow-up Michelin Tire Man outside the Madison Building on the campus of the Trademark and Patent Office On Friday, October 15, 2010 and again on Saturday, October 16, 2010, the United States Trademark and ...

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Not Extending Bush Tax Cuts Will Affect All Small Businesses from

Upon the expiration of the Bush tax cuts, among increases in the tax rate for all tax brackets, the dividends tax rate will increase. So even if Congress and the White House extend the Bush ...

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PTO quailty metric examination new from

The Inventive Step blog reports here about a new suite of PTO quality metrics recently introduced by Director Kappos.

One is "Final Disposition Compliance Rate," which involves a review of final Office Actions and Notices ...

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Conference & CLE Calendar from

October 18-20, 2010 - Intellectual Property Counsels Committee (IPCC) Fall Conference & Meeting (Biotechnology Industry Organization) - Boston, MA October 18-19, 2010 - 5th Summit on Biosimilars and Follow-on Biologics*** (Center for Business Intelligence) - Washington, DC October 18-19, 2010 ...

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