Patent & IP news for December 26, 2011

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post image Monday miscellany from

Thanks again to the UK's Intellectual Property Office (IPO), the IPKat has learned of yet another trade mark question which is to be referred to the Court of Justice so that a preliminary ruling ...

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post image Intellectual assets and innovation: a sector-by-sector study on SMEs from

The IP Finance weblog is grateful to Chris Torrero for drawing its attention to a recent study, Intellectual Assets and Innovation: the SME Dimension, which has been published by OECD Publishing in its OECD Studies ...

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post image The Science of Economic Growth: Part 4 from

This is a multi-part post on the science of economic growth.  Standard economic theory has failed miserably to define the source of economic growth, which means it is impossible for it to provide rational policies ...

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By keeping an unlawful feature, Google will disadvantage HTC, rile Apple, and alienate the ITC from

One week ago, the ITC ordered an import ban against HTC Android phones implementing a "data tapping" patent. This morning, the Boston Globe's Hiawatha Bray explains the Android patent situation and accurately notes this ...

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What is an ornamental trademark? (video) from

What does it mean if a trademark is “ornamental”? Can ornamental trademark refusals be avoided? To learn more about the meaning of an ‘ornamental trademark’ – along with information about how they are used and how ...

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Top 100 people in bioenergy? from

Within a post titled The Top 100 People in Bioenergy, 2011-12, BiofuelsDigest named Tom Vilsack numero uno.

There were several professors on the list:

18. Jay Keasling, PhD, Professor, UC Berkeley
27. Bruce Dale, PhD ...

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Is plagiarism an addiction? from

In a post titled 'Tis the Season, for Student Plagiarizing , Anastasia Rubis writes:

It means that many students have been getting by for a long time by Googling, and cutting & pasting. It's a habit ...

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A Manufacturing Strategy for 2012: Keeping Jobs & IP in the U.S. from

At his speech at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Commerce Secretary Bryson outlined his top three priorities to help American businesses "build it here and sell it everywhere," focusing on supporting advanced manufacturing, increasing ...

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Conference & CLE Calendar from

January 4-8, 2012 - 29th Annual National CLE Conference (Law Education Institute) - Snowmass, CO January 25-26, 2012 - Biosimilars Forum 2012 (C5) - London, UK January 26, 2012 - Life Under AIA: Anticipating and Surviving Post Grant Challenges (Technology ...

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Court Report from

By Sherri Oslick -- About Court Report: Each week we will report briefly on recently filed biotech and pharma cases. Allergan Inc. v. Akorn Inc. et al. 1:11-cv-01270; filed December 21, 2011 in the District ...

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