Patent & IP news for February 28, 2011

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post image PCC 18: a digression around the Central London County Court from

The PatLit PCC Series, kindly supplied by the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys (CIPA), seeks to explain how litigation works in the recently-revamped Patents County Court (PCC) for England and Wales.  In this episode, the ...

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Anatomy of a U.S. Customs Recordation from

One of the many benefits of federal trademark registration with the USPTO is the ability to ‘record’ the trademark with U.S. Customs. Customs agents will then be on the lookout for infringers and knock-offs ...

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Who owns your data? from

Who owns your data? That has been a long simmering issue in this new information-intensive economy. Now a new consensus seems to be emerging that people should be paid for access to their personal information ...

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Patent Reform Vote Today! Everything You Need To Know from

The Senate will reconvene today at 2:00 PM ET, and the Patent Reform Act of 2011 is supposedly on the schedule. It’s no real secret that I’m generally opposed to the bill ...

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US 2011 Global Patent & IP Trends Indicator is now available from

inovia's "U.S. 2011 Global Patent & IP Trends Indicator" provides an in-depth look at the foreign filing strategies of US patentees.  We uncoverd some interesting findings this year, after surveying and interviewing nearly 150 ...

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Patent Eligibility of Medical Diagnostics Claims Reaffirmed from

Prometheus Laboratories, Inc. v. Mayo Collaborative Services (Fed. Cir. 2010) In this case, on remand to the Federal Circuit from the U.S. Supreme Court for further consideration in light of the Supreme Court’s ...

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Separation and Simplification Give Intematix LEDs an Edge from

Intematix is a Fremont, California, company that specializes in phosphors for LEDs.  Phosphors are the chemical powders that coat LED chips, fluorescent light bulbs, and other devices. Intematix has developed a unique innovation for LED ...

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