Patent & IP news for July 3, 2011

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post image The cost-efficient way for app developers to deal with Lodsys from

The Lodsys situation is getting out of control, and I think each affected app developer should now look for an exit strategy. In this blog post I describe the way I would go about. After ...

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CBS Sunday Morning on July 3, 2011 from

Charles Osgood introduced the stories on CBS Sunday Morning for July 3, 2011. Tomorrow, the 235th anniversary of Independence Day. Martha Teichner does the cover story on call centers. We're there and we are ...

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Cash, Check, or Solid Gold Elephant? from

Danie Roy On June 30th, Nortel finally announced a winner in the auction for its patent portfolio. The winner? Microsoft, Apple, Ericsson, Sony, EMC, and Research In Motion. The bid? 4.5 billion dollars. To ...

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Katherine Strandburg: Patent Fair Use 2.0 from

In 2000, Dean Maureen O'Rourke (BU Law) published Toward a Doctrine of Patent Fair Use in the Columbia Law Review, in which she argued that patent law, like copyright, should have a fair use ...

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"60 Minutes" on July 3, 2011 from

"60 Minutes" reprised the story of Louis Allen from Liberty, Mississippi. See "60 Minutes" on April 10, 2011

The second story was "One child at a time," reprising a story from March 2011. Elisa Montante ...

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Samsung drops suit against Apple; relies on counter-claims from

Bloomberg reported on 2 July 2011:

Samsung Electronics dropped the suit on June 30 “to streamline the legal proceedings,” Nam Ki Yung, a spokesman for the Suwon, South Korea-based company, said today in a telephone ...

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