Patent & IP news for September 24, 2011

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post image Chinese Brands: Does Privatisation Matter? from

The challenge of creating durable brands, especially those with traction outside of one's home territory, is not unique to Chinese companies. But the sheer size and potential international reach of Chinese companies makes their ...

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post image Third Oracle-Google settlement talk scheduled for Saturday, October 1 from

Oracle and Google already had two mediation sessions in San Jose in front of Magistrate Judge Paul S. Grewal of the United States District Court for the Northern District of California. So far, no settlement ...

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post image Yahoo's Patent Bag from

There's a little article over on the New York times about potential buyers renewing their interest in Yahoo. The company's investments in the Chinese e-commerce group Alibaba as well as its 35% stake ...

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Justice Stevens Visits Colorado Law School from

Recently retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens spoke at the University of Colorado Law School last night.  He has a memoir scheduled to come out in early October.  It will be interesting to see ...

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Largest U.S. wireless carrier Verizon sides with Samsung against Apple, asks court to deny preliminary injunction from

Verizon, the largest U.S. wireless carrier, implores the United States District Court for the Northern District of California to deny Apple's request for a US-wide preliminary injunction against four Samsung products (the Infuse ...

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How To Lose A Trademark Part Ii from

By Rene Dial Last week I explained the possibility of losing your trademark for becoming generic by misusing the mark and that the trademark registered should be the trademark used.  This week we...


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New, More Popular Post-Grant Patent Challenges Drive Patent Generation Strategy from

Patent Generation and Enforcement Before the Popularity of Post-Grant Proceedings Patent Owners adopt different approaches for drafting patent applications.  For large companies a patent production line approach is frequently adopted which limits the cost and ...

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IPAB on a roll - Creates a new logo and slogan! from

I'm glad to report that the IPAB appears to have been given a new lease of life by its new Chairperson Justice Prabha Sridevan (retd.). As we had reported earlier, Justice Sridevan is a ...

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Australia and New Zealand Agree to Streamline Patent Applications from

Australia and New Zealand have agreed to implement a streamlined patent application process that would allow inventors in both countries to file a single patent application by 2013 and request a single patent examination by ...

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Patentscope 1.0 Retires on Oct. 13 from

WIPO will phase out its PatentScope "Classic" search system on Oct. 13, 2011. All searches will be directed to the new PatentScope, which was introduced in 2009. WIPO launched the original PatentScope in 2003.

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How Industry Giants Like Apple, Inc & Others Use Social Media from

Those of you who follow IPWatchdog, know that my passion is Brand Development, Brand Building, and Online Marketing using social media. I try to educate our readers on how they can use social media for ...

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Law & Order on DSK from

The allisonleotta blog covered Law & Order: SVU's season 13 premiere which was "ripped from the headlines" of the DSK case. Curiously, it didn't mention the reference within the TV show to "another DSK ...

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-- "trivial and obvious 'inventions'" are overwhelming the patent system-- from

from californiastemcellreport, on Andy Grove's -- "key to progress or bridge to nowhere?" --:

Grove's message is not new. In a Forbes magazine article in 2008, Kerry Dolan reported that in a speech at a ...

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