Patent & IP news for January 29, 2012

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post image Loss Leaders and Bait and Switch: Marks and Brands in the Auto Industry from

I have always thought that when a car company advertises a certain model, the primary intention is to sell as many units of that model as possible. It had never occurred to me that a ...

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post image Legendary judge hands Apple key patent interpretation victory against Android from

Since I was in Mannheim during large parts of Thursday and Friday, I'm a few days late in noticing that Apple scored a strategically important legal victory on Wednesday that could have enormous impact ...

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post image When cutting and pasting is 'unpalletable' from

We are all familiar with judgments that contain cutting comments, and which give one or other party to a dispute a pasting -- but not every day do we come across judgments about cutting and pasting ...

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post image Marks and Brands in the Auto Industry II: Motorsport from

It can be argued that the most valuable IP of a motorsport team is its brand: it is by allowing third parties to associate themselves – through sponsorship - with their brand that teams earn much of ...

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post image "You look nice ... enough to copy" from

This member of the IPKat team receives leads and links from many sources near and far, but this item was drawn to his attention by a very local source: Mrs Kat was checking her emails ...

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CBS Sunday Morning on January 29, 2012 from

Charles Osgood presented the news, which started with the Florida primary. Romney leading in polls. Rick Santorum returned to PA to care for his daughter.

Martha Teichner did the cover story on "wher" iPhones and ...

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"Face the Nation" in one hour format in Florida from

Donald Trump told Bob Schieffer that Trump may run if Republicans nominate someone who can't win.

Gingrich accepted Schieffer's invitation for a one-on-one but Romney declined. Gingrich talked about non-facts in a debate ...

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60 Minutes on January 29, 2012 from

U.S. Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta faces future challenges including halting nuclear bomb production in Iran; NFL commisioner Roger Goodell on his billion-dollar business model; U.S. ranches that offer exotic big-game hunting.

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“Don’t Hide The Ball” – Best Mode in the US Patent System from

I am pleased to join you from south of the border. My work has been focussed in the United States. Intellectual property laws are very powerful and important today. Yet they are but part of ...

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Conference & CLE Calendar from

January 31, 2012 - Obviousness Standard for Patents: Approaches to Withstand USPTO Obviousness Rejections and Attacks on Patent Validity (Strafford) - 1:00 - 2:30 pm (EST) January 31 - February 1, 2012 - Patent Reform for Life Sciences ...

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