Patent & IP news for February 4, 2011

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Patent Reform Voted Out of Committee

In yesterday’s meeting of the Senate Judiciary Committee, the Patent Reform Act of 2011 (S.23) was voted out of committee to the Senate floor. This is the ...

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Sunday is the Super Bowl®. In addition to the football game, Super Bowl Sunday is all about brands – teams, television networks, advertisers, celebrities, and more.

For this year’s game, here is a lineup of ...

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Monday’s post about the RPX IPO attracted some great comments from Kyle Jensen (of PriorSmart) and Ron Riley (of Professional Inventors Alliance) with thoughts on the sustainability of the patent aggregation business model, and ...

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Convergence review from

It’s never too late to discover a government inquiry (at least before the legislation comes through)!

Back in December, the Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy announced a Convergence Review.

Media Release ...

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Patent litigators and fuzzy edges: CIPA speaks from

The Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys (CIPA) has just issued a press release concerning the recent dispute between Atrium and DSB, which PatLit noted here last week.  This case is extremely important on account of ...

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January employment from

Unemployment dropped unexpectedly in January, according to data released this morning by the BLS. The unemployment rate went down to 9%. However, only 36,000 jobs were created as the decline in construction jobs was ...

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Emigration from

Martin Murphy, managing director of Hewlett Packard in Ireland had an important opinion piece in the Irish Times newspaper today. It prompted me to comment with the following rant.

I agree with almost all of ...

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