Patent & IP news for November 25, 2011

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post image The smartphone battle: Apple v Samsung – What does it all mean? from

In my last post I mentioned the number of questions raised by this on-going battle between Apple and Samsung. This post will outline what some of these questions are. 1. What’s Going On? We ...

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post image SBA’s “Steps to Starting a Business” fails to protect intellectual property from

The U.S. Small Business Administration recently published an article called Follow These Steps to Starting a Business. The article makes some good suggestions for important practical steps that small businesses should do when launching ...

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post image Stating its Case: California Asserts New Law Against Alleged Plastic Bottle Greenwashers from

Most public enforcement against alleged greenwashing has been at the federal level by agencies such as the Federal Trade Commission in the U.S., the Advertising Standards Authority in Great Britain, and the Australian Competition ...

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Bones of contention: Ali
Hendrick's mark in Case
Request for information. The decisions of Judge Colin Birss QC in the Patents County Court earlier this year in Dame Vivienne Westwood v Anthony ...

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FRAND terms from a competition authority's approach: a new essay from

The issue of FRAND licensing terms is critical for all IT companies involved in a standardization process but it is also a headache for competition authorities. As Mario Mariniello, Chief Competition Economist team member of ...

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Trademark Situation Brewing – The Situation Sues Abercrombie & Fitch For Trademark Infringement from

By: Mark R. Malek Do you remember a few months ago, there was a story that came out that Abercrombie & Fitch announced that they would pay “The Situation” and the rest of “The Jersey Shore ...

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European Court Of Justice Rules Out Mandatory Filtering Systems At Intermediaries from

In what is seen by many as a landmark decision, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in Luxembourg on Thursday ruled that an injunction obliging an internet service provider to install a filtering system to ...

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IPCom (patent holding firm) to relentlessly enforce 3G-essential patent against HTC's German business from

Based on an in-depth conversation with a source close to the proceedings, I am now able to explain the background and the economic impact of today's big wireless patent announcement, a press release with ...

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Twitter Demystified: Top 5 Twitter Myths Busted from

Once you understand what to tweet, how to tweet and how much to tweet, you are quickly able to make excellent connections, increase your website statistics and search engine ranking, find some of your best ...

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Grammatical Arguments from

Grammar always makes for an interesting subject during oral argument.  In the oral argument of Sanofi Aventis et al. v. Apotex, Inc. et al., App. No. 2011-1048 (Fed. Cir. Oct. 18, 2011) several grammatical issues ...

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