Patent & IP news for March 12, 2011

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post image ARPA-E Innovation Summit from

In a piece titled ARPA-E Comes Out Swinging, Clint Wheelock noted Pike Research's assessment of ARPA-E:

ARPA-E is an initiative with significant potential in terms of producing innovations that could address several of the ...

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New Quality Measure Added to February Dashboard from

Special Guest Blog by USPTO Commissioner for Patents Bob Stoll

The dashboard for the month of February has been released and is on our website. We have added a new quality measure, “Quality Index Report ...

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Brevet européen unitaire: allons de l’avant! from

La Cour de justice de l’Union européenne (CJUE) vient de rendre son avis sur les deux projets qui doivent permettre enfin à l’Europe d’offrir à ses inventeurs un système de brevets de ...

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EU Takes Actions On Patent Law; ACTA May See Legal Fight from

In a flurry of patent-related developments in Europe this week, plans for a single European patent moved a step closer, efforts to create a European-wide patent court faltered, the United Kingdom sought guidance in a ...

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PatentScope Adds EPO Collection from

The EPO patent document backfile, which includes bibliographic data from 1978 through mid-2010 and full-text data from 1996 through mid-2010, is now available in PatentScope. With this addition, the WIPO's patent search system has ...

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Want a Trademark Registration Within 24 Hours? from

If you are looking for quick TM registration, your search ends here.BMC claims that it can provide easy and cost effective TM registration within 24 hours anywhere in India. The website reads :

"Our dedicated ...

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Earthquake-proof Buildings from

The 8.9-magnitude earthquake that struck Japan on March 11 is a massive natural disaster and human tragedy, but it could have been much worse. News reports have credited Japan`s strict building codes with ...

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FPO Adds Non-Patent Literature Collection from

FreePatentsOnline (FPO) has added a full-text collection of non-patent literature to its suite of patent databases. Not much is stated about the collection, but according to the copyright notice that appears in each record it ...

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Supreme Court Patent Case of the Week — Evans v. Eaton (1822) from

20 U.S. 356 (1822) 7 Wheat. 356 EVANS v. EATON. Supreme Court of United States. March 4, 1822. March 20, 1822. 357*357 Mr. C.J. Ingersoll,[a] for the plaintiff. Mr. Sergeant, contra ...

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Commerce Secretary Locke Nominated as Ambassador to China from

By: Mark R. Malek While reading Gene Quinn’s recent article about his exclusive interview with Commerce Secretary Gary Locke, I learned the sad news that the Secretary was nominated to be the next ambassador ...

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