Patent & IP news for March 1, 2011

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post image The Oscar Ceremonies: Has Its Time Passed? from

Another Oscar award ceremony has come and gone and, with it, even more than usual, is the media coverage and punditry about the event itself, as well as the winners and losers in an expanding ...

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Oscar 2011 Trademark Winners from

Several winners and nominees from Sunday night’s Oscar® awards are protected trademarks: INCEPTION – pending application for online computer games INCEPTION – pending application for motion picture films and other services TOY STORY – multiple registrations for ...

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Could Patent Reform Bring Regional Offices To A City Near You? from

Yesterday the Senate introduced S.23, the Patent Reform Act of 2011 to the Senate floor, but it has yet to be put to a vote, as Senators instead proposed various amendments. Among the amendments ...

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The return of securitization? from

According to a story in the New York Times (Commercial Real Estate Breathes Life Into a Moribund Market), the securitization market is making a comeback. Led by commercial loan securitization, the story claims that "other ...

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Peter Menell on Bilski Methodology from

How should courts think about interpreting the Patent Act? Although it has one of the more awkward titles I've seen recently, I enjoyed Peter Menell's contribution on this subject to Stanford's Bilski ...

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How Sony can still ship PlayStations into Europe from

The Guardian reported on LG's latest patent strike against Sony in a wider patent battle over Blu-ray Discs, smartphones and video game consoles:

"European customs officers have been ordered to seize shipments of Playstation ...

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GAO and duplicative government programs (and taxes) from

The headlines are all about "government waste" -- for example this in the Wall Street Journal: "Billions in Bloat Uncovered in Beltway". Even the title of the recently released GAO report implies that point of view ...

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