Patent & IP news for March 6, 2011

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post image Tacori Loses Crescent Jewelry Design Copyright And Trade Dress Temporary Restraining Order from

Los Angeles, CA – Tacori Enterprises sued Scott Kay for copyright and trade dress infringement over sales of jewelry incorporating a repeating crescent design. Tacori filed an ex parte application for a temporary restraining order to ...

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post image From “Dr Googleberg” to the “Google Book Settlement” - Some news from Germany from

Some of the IPKat’s readers may have followed the recent intriguing political scandal surrounding former German defence minister and Germany's political superstar Karl Theodor zu Guttenberg (depicted below on the cover of a ...

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Mason hosts CBS Sunday Morning on February 6, 2011 from

Anthony Mason hosted "CBS Sunday Morning" on March 6, 2011.

There was a piece on advertising logos that related to the issue of trademarks.

Speedy of AlkaSeltzer was retired in 1964, but is now back ...

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Smithsonian Exhibition on Innovation in 19th-Century America from

Through a collaboration with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, the museum will present a robust series of public programs and educational outreach about today’s inventors and inventions as a contemporary complement to ...

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Another example of how the media does NOT understand patent reform from

from (Houston Chronicle);

Patent-law dispute: Retained, 87-13, the "first to invent" standard as U.S. law for giving priority to competing patent applications. This stripped a patent-reform bill (S 23) of language to ...

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Roundtable on Sustainable Biofuels from

A BusinessWire release notes that Cameron Myers has been elected to the Steering Board of the Roundtable on Sustainable Biofuels:

Solazyme, Inc., a leading renewable oils and bioproducts company, announced today that Cameron Byers, senior ...

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Erik Iverson: Gates Foundation Interview Part 2 from

As a prelude to his presentation at BIO Mr. Iverson agreed to go on the record with me. Part 1 of my interview with Mr. Iverson was published last week, and what appears below is ...

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"60 Minutes" on March 6, 2011 from

The first story was titled "Hard Times Generation." American families falling out of the middle class in record numbers. On the 22K standard, the poverty rate for kids will be 25%. The first story was ...

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Patent Reform Act of 2011 – Part 3 – Damages from

By Scott Nyman During the past few articles, I have been discussing different aspects of the Patent Reform Act of 2011, as part of a series of articles. As a refresher, Senate Bill 23 is ...

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Conference & CLE Calendar from

March 16-17, 2011 - FDA Boot Camp*** (American Conference Institute) - New York, NY March 18, 2011 - Intellectual Property Panel Symposium (George Washington University Law School) - San Francisco, CA April 5-6, 2011 - International Patent Forum 2011 (Managing ...

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Court Report from

By Sherri Oslick -- About Court Report: Each week we will report briefly on recently filed biotech and pharma cases. Schering Corp. et al.v. Kappos 1:11-cv-00457; filed March 1, 2011 in the District Court ...

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Governments, ICANN Still Deep In Negotiations Over New Internet Domains from

BRUSSELS - In an arm-wrestling exercise, governments and the Board of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) last week tried to reach common ground on intellectual property rights protection and governments' ability to ...

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