Patent & IP news for February 25, 2012

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post image Nothing Gold Can Stay: End of the Kurian Era from

Nature's first green is gold,
Her hardest hue to hold.
Her early leaf's a flower;
But only so an hour.
Then leaf subsides to leaf.
So Eden sank to grief,
So dawn goes ...

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post image Michael Jordan Trademark Issue in China from

Michael Jordan can certainly relate to Apple’s trademark nightmare in China.  Jordan recently filed a law suit in China against the Chinese company Qiaodan for using his name without permission since 2000.  Qiaodan means ...

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Why Patent Attorneys Don’t Work on Contingency from

Having spent time as a litigator I know exactly what goes into taking a case on a contingency basis and you only take cases on a contingency when you know beyond a shadow of a ...

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Reversal Rate of USPTO Decisions by the Federal Circuit from

It is too bad that more applicants don’t appeal decisions by the BPAI and TTAB. Since 1997, the judges of the Federal Circuit have decided, on average, 50 such appeals per year. Roughly 11 ...

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Getting a piece of the social media pie from

The Buffalo Law Journal asked me to write a guest column in their recent edition which featured a Special Report on Legal Technology/Social Media.

Here is the article:

Getting a piece of the social ...

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Herb Vigran, actor but law school grad from

Herb Vigran, a bushy-browed character actor who appeared in roles as a villain in the tv Adventures of Superman (e.g., Legs Lemmy; Mugsy Maple), various roles in both Dragnets, and Judge Brooker in Gunsmoke ...

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