Patent & IP news for September 3, 2011



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Webinar on Post Grant System of Patent Reform Legislation from

Managing Intellectual Property will be offering a webinar entitled "Patent reform: prepare for the new post grant system" on September 15, 2011 from 12:00 - 1:30 PM (EDT). Eileen McDermott, Americas editor for Managing ...

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Webinar Discussion with USPTO Commissioner for Patents from

The Association of Intellectual Property Firms (AIPF) will be offering a webinar entitled "A Discussion with Robert Stoll of the USPTO" on October 26, 2011 from 1:00 - 2:00 PM (EDT). The webinar features ...

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Static Interference from

In prosecuting semiconductor memory patents, Eliyahou Harari et al have run into interferences, which is a oftentimes byzantine artifact of the U.S. "not-first-to-file" patent regime.  In a difficult-to-follow opinion by Judge Moore, rather careless ...

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UNC prof who missed McAdoo plagiarism had law degree from Duke from

IPBiz reported on the flagrant McAdoo plagiarism at the University of North Carolina in the post
McAdoo matter at UNC: where was the professor in all this and why didn't he find the plagiarism ...

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Did the Connell case create a bright line rule, that was affirmed in i4i? from

Within a post titled A Comeback for the Federal Circuit: This Term, SCOTUS Is No Longer the ‘Court of Correction’, one finds a discussion of the i4i case, labeled the most important of three recent ...

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Next strike: Apple apparently forced Samsung to remove Galaxy Tab 7.7" from IFA (trade show) booth and German website from

Yesterday (Friday, August 2, 2011) was the first day a trade show named IFA (Internationale Funkausstellung) in the German capital of Berlin. It's a major international event for the consumer electronics industry, and I ...

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Guest Post: America Invents Act about Protecting Large Corporations from

Dear Friends, It is easy to take for granted what we have in America.  Even with a terrible economy and crazy politicians, we are still better off than other countries.  Consider how many people try ...

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IP finance from

You may have noticed my silence over the last several weeks. The press of a publishing project and a mad dash to meet the submisison deadline have taken their toll on my time, but it ...

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Internet Copyright Theft: Content Creators Must Stay Vigilant from

Changes were made in the copyright laws of the United States in order to ensure that what David LaMacchia did would be criminal in the future. Nevertheless, those changes to the copyright laws did not ...

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