Patent & IP news for February 2, 2011

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post image Non-Patent Search News Roundup from

As much as we would love to here on The Intellogist® Blog, we could never delve deeply into every news story in the informatics and search world. What follows is a quick hitting list of ...

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post image Federal Circuit Panel Disagrees on Proper Role of Specification in Claim Construction from

Arlington Industries, Inc. v. Bridgeport Fittings, Inc. (Fed. Cir. Jan. 20, 2011)

In this case, the Federal Circuit found that the district court misconstrued claim terms by importing a limitation from the specification into the ...

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post image Counsel's anti-semitism earns Texas retrial on patent infringement damages from

Surely it's time for religious
jibes and stereotyping to stop
I found it hard to believe that the state of affairs detailed in this link is true, but it must rank among the saddest ...

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post image Virginia Court Derides USPTO’s Special Dispatch from

Speed of Patent Reexamination Not So Special?

As most readers of this blog realize, patent reexamination parallel to a district court/ITC litigation is often initiated in an attempt to stay the more cost prohibitive ...

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Trademark Strategies for 2012: Is There an App for That? from

Here are the slides from my Continuing Legal Education (CLE) presentation given at the ABA Business Law Sections’s Cyberspace Institute last week.  If you would like a copy via email or would like the ...

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Farewell Sandwich from

In the midst of discussions about the future of IP tax and incentives in the UK comes the news that Pfizer is closing its UK R&D; facility at Sandwich in Kent, after about 50 ...

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Lies And Ignorance Underlying The Patent Reform Act from

Yes, it’s back. Another congressional term, another patent reform act, and another opportunity for corporate hacks to spread lies and misinformation. You’d think this dance was getting a little old, but those lobbyists ...

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They Invented What? (No. 194) from

U.S. Pat. No. 7,107,621:  Optical illusion wear.

What is claimed is:

1. An article of wearing apparel comprising: material including only opaque qualities and a visible surface defined by spaced apart outer ...

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USPTO Proposal for “Track One” Accelerated Patent Examination. from

Per this press release from the USPTO earlier today .

USPTO to Issue Proposal for “Track One” Accelerated Patent Examination in Flexible “Three Track” Patent Processing Program

Agency also announces plan to clear backlog of oldest ...

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