Patent & IP news for April 24, 2011

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post image From Ridicule to Reverence: The Brand Phoenix from

It’s Easter Sunday (or just plain Sunday depending on your beliefs), and anyone out and about over the past few days cannot fail to have noticed the chocolate eggs, hot cross buns and miscellaneous ...

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post image Letter from Amerikat: Happy Bunny Day! from

The AmeriKat has been enjoying the warmth of the sunbeams that have danced across her numerous files, spreadsheets and bundles this past week. The warmer weather brings out the summer clothes and English smiles, but ...

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post image Instant Squealing from

Claim construction is a legal greased pig: hard to tackle. Grabbing it invariably results in a lot of squealing. Creative Internet Advertising sued Yahoo! over 6,205,432, which claims an instant squealing program. Lots ...

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post image Dr. Wobben appeals to Madras High Court against IPAB Orders from

Aditya Reddy, an advocate at the Madras High Court informs us that Dr. Wobben, owner of Enercon GmBH, has filed writ appeals before the Madras High Court, on the 20th of April, 2011, against the ...

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post image To Foster Green Innovation Clean Tech Exec Says Let’s Get Baked from

David Muchow, the President and CEO of SkyBuilt Power, shared an article of his with me in which he lays out his vision of how the U.S. can foster green innovation. Entitled “How to ...

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Enterotypes from

Note work of Peer Bork of the European Molecular Biology Laboratory in Heidelberg, Germany on enterotypes. Enterotype 1 produces more enzymes for making vitamin B7 (also known as biotin), for example, and Enterotype 2 more ...

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CBS Sunday Morning on Easter 2011, April 24 from

Charles Osgood introduced the stories for Easter, April 24, 2011. All over the world Christians are celebrating the most joyous holiday. The cover story, Spreading the Word, is about high tech spreading the word. The ...

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15 Years of TRIPS Implementation from

The Journal of Intellectual Property Law at the University of Georgia Law School hosted a conference in January called "15 Years of TRIPS Implementation: Intellectual Property Protection From a Global Perspective." Peter Yu (Drake Law ...

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Easter Patent Bonanza from

Scott Nyman It’s Easter Sunday! I am getting ready to start cook the ham and preparing the house for guests, but first I’ll list some Easter related patents for your enjoyment. I wish ...

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Adam Mossoff Lecture: Ayn Rand on Intellectual Property from

Professor Adam Mossoff gives a lecture Ayn Rand's thoughts on Intellectual Property. He points out that patents are the most fundamental of all property rights. Libertarians adopt the philosophy of Utilitarianism in analyzing patents ...

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Easter Patents from

Happy Easter to all! I can still picture in my mind my mother boiling the eggs and preparing the Easter a coloring kit and that unique vinegar smell that came along with that coloring process ...

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Impromptu Comments on Software Patents During Oral Argument from

If you practice in the software patent arena, you might find the following comments by Judge Moore of interest with respect to section 101 and 103 issues. In Classen Immunotherapies v. Biogen-Idec, et al., 2006-1634 ...

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Common Marketing Mistakes Attorneys Make, Part Deux from

Can you honestly say that your firm has more business than it can handle? I would venture a guess that no, it does not. Marketing is so often put on the back burner to everything ...

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McAndrews, Held & Malloy and Volker Vossius to Co-Host Patent Law Symposia in Chicago and Munich from

The law firms of McAndrews, Held & Malloy and Dr. Voker Vossius will be co-hosting two complimentary patent law symposia next month--one in Chicago and the other in Munich. CLE credit will be available. On May ...

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Conference & CLE Calendar from

April 27, 2011 - 27th Annual Joint Patent Practice Seminar (Connecticut, New Jersey, New York, and Philadelphia Intellectual Property Law Associations) - New York, NY April 29, 2011 - Ethics in the Practice of Intellectual Property Law (John ...

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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. Genentech, Inc. et al. v. Glaxo Group Ltd. et al. 2:11-cv-03065; filed April 12, 2011 ...

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Who Will Be the Next Secretary of Commerce? from

Those who live inside the beltway know that rumors swirl left and right, and it is sometimes extremely difficult to cut through the rumor-mill, which sometimes seems more like a "wishful thinking mill" than a ...

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Biotech/Pharma Docket from

By James DeGiulio -- Pozen Secures Injunction Blocking Par's Generic Treximet Earlier this month, Pozen obtained a preliminary injunction blocking Par Pharmaceutical from marketing a generic version of Pozen's migraine drug Treximet until an ...

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