Patent & IP news for January 16, 2011

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post image USPTO Patent Grants from

The USPTO issued more utility patents in calendar year 2010 than in any year in history. The 2010 total – just shy of 220,000 issued patents – is a 31% increase over 2009. The previous record ...

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post image A Patent Legislative Agenda, What Congress Should Do in 2011 from

The 111th Congress once again left patent reform efforts on the table without any resolution or even a vote. That might be just as well given that in the minds of most the patent reform ...

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CBS Sunday Morning on January 16, 2011 from

Charles Osgood introduced the stories for January 16, 2011. In "Let's Begin Anew," Jeff Greenfield reviews JFK's Inaugural Address and Its Importance 50 Years Later (January 20, 1961 but for many of us ...

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KYW interview with Ed Rendell on 16 January 2011 from

On the explosive interview on "60 Minutes". Will you continue to be proud of your legacy on casino gambling? [yes] Is there a downside of gambling. Yes. They were losing money anyway. 1 million PA ...

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Supreme Court Patent Case of the Week from

The second patent decision by the U.S. Supreme Court was Evans v. Eaton, 16 U.S. 210 (1818): 16 U.S. 210 (1818) 3 Wheat. 210 EVANS v. EATON. Supreme Court of United States ...

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Fair Usage In Caribbean Intellectual Property from

A panoramic view of the IP situation in the Caribbean would present to the observer a carnival of Olympic size replete with politicians, diplomats, rights advocates, consumer groups, law enforcement, and impotent jurists, all gyrating ...

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"60 Minutes" on January 16, 2011 from

The first story on "60 Minutes" on January 16, 2011 was on Jared Loughner. The second story was on Yemen [Recall also:“CBS ’60 Minutes’ Touts Saudi Terrorist Rehabilitation Program,” ]. 23 million people and at ...

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User-Generated Content Sites and Section 512 of the US Copyright Act from

Matt Lonsdale is a JD candidate at Dalhousie University. Jane Ginsburg, Morton L. Janklow Professor of Literary and Artistic Property Law at Columbia University and IP Osgoode International Advisory Council member, has released a paper ...

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Conference & CLE Calendar from

January 21, 2011 - Patents, Innovation and Job Creation: A Virtuous Circle (Innovation Alliance) - Washington, DC January 25, 2011 - Understanding Obviousness in a Post-KSR World: Practical Applications for Compliance with the Recent USPTO Guidelines (Technology Transfer ...

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