Patent & IP news for March 3, 2012

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post image Teenage star's attorneys chase Beaver from

The IPKat likes being immortalised as a cartoon character. The same, however, cannot be said for teenage Canadian popstar Justin Bieber.  On 8 February 2012, RC3 Inc, a mobile game development company, released an mobile ...

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Evans and Gyulai escape misconduct charges at UPenn from

In a post titled Penn finds no misconduct by professors in plagiarism case, the Philadelphia Inquirer notes that two professors, Dwight Evans, chair of Penn's psychiatry department, and Laszlo Gyulai, were not guilty of ...

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On a recommendation from Motley Fool from

In a post A Biofuel Company That Stands Out, Brian Stoffel singles out Solazyme over Amyris and Rentech.

Amyris is not doing too well right now, so not picking Amyris is not an earth shaking ...

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Apple has an economic interest in depressing the value of Kodak's patents from

Of sharing ideas, Bloomberg reports Apple has said it developed a digital camera in the early 1990s that it shared with Kodak, and that Kodak then sought the patent on the technology.

Kodak now wants ...

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Generic maker Teva's profits in proprietary drugs from

In an article titled Sector Snap: Generic competition and biotech drugs , one notes the irony that generic maker Teva is facing Hatch-Waxman challenges from Mylan Inc. and Novartis AG over its patented drug Copaxone, a ...

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Janet Gongola Arguing at the Federal Circuit from

Janet Gongola is the Patent Reform Coordinator at the USPTO responsible for rolling out the new rules packages for the implementation of the AIA.  If you subscribe to Hal Wegner’s daily email listserv, you ...

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NBC Nightly News criticizes BBG Communications on 3 March 2012 from

NBC Nightly News on March 3 covered the problems associated with phone calls made by American troops using BBG Communications service.

Stars and Stripes reported on March 2: Service members, who have complained about the ...

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