Patent & IP news for November 20, 2011

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post image Guest Post: The Lady Gaga Decision from

I'm glad to bring our readers, this excellent guest, on celebrity domain names, by Amba Kak, a fourth year law student at the National University of Juridical Sciences (NUJS). In this post, Amba discusses ...

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post image USPTO Secures Increased Funding for 2012 from

Crucial Funding Necessary to Implement America Invents Act The “minibus” spending bill (H.R. 2112) passed by the House and Senate late Thursday was signed into law by President Obama last Friday. The bill temporarily ...

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post image Court asks: what's the source of Reggae Reggae Sauce? from

This Kat admits to indulging in the occasional episode of the BBC's Dragon's Den, both for the (sometimes) inventive products created by the contestants and for their (sometimes) complete lack of commercial awareness ...

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Filtering and Blocking Closer To The Core Of The Internet? from

With protests against draft US legislation like the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the Protect IP Act ongoing and the European Parliament voting on 17 November for a resolution to request that the United ...

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Steve Jobs and biotech from

From within a post from Forbes titled Why Steve Jobs' Magic Doesn't Work In Medicine :

If we really want to talk about the biggest heroes of the digital age, we should always be starting ...

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The Software IP Detective: Infringement Detection in a Nutshell from

When copying has occurred, much of the code may have changed by the time it’s examined due to the normal development process or to disguise the copying. For example identifiers may have been renamed ...

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CBS Sunday Morning on November 20, 2011 from

Charles Osgood introduced the stories for Sunday November 20, 2011. The annual food issue. Eat, drink, and be merry. Now, fat isn't so bad for you. Rita Braver does the cover story on fat ...

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Patent Office Funded Through Fiscal Year 2012 from

With last week’s passage of the Consolidated and Further Continuing Appropriations Act (H.R. 2112), the USPTO finally has its spending authority set through the end of the current fiscal year, September 30, 2012 ...

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"60 Minutes" on November 20, 2011 from

The first story was on Grover Norquist and The Taxpayer Protection Pledge. Norquist worked as a volunteer for Nixon as a 12 year old, and analogized the pledge to branding (eg trademarking) like Coke. Tarnishing ...

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Covenants, Representations, and Warranties: Some “Contracts 101” for IP/Software/Tech Agreements from

Recently, it has struck me that many business folks who “negotiate tons of IP, Software and Technology agreements” fail to understand the difference between covenants, representations and warranties that are “standard” in many such agreements ...

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