Patent & IP news for July 19, 2012

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post image New Boyz Trademark Infringement Lawsuit from

The American rap group, New Boyz, has experienced large success in a short period of time. The New Boyz music capitalizes on catchy beats and lyrics like:

“You’re a jerk! Jerk Jerk Jerk!” and ...

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post image '' introduces spicy new twist to existing trademark battle involving Google, 'Bharat-Matrimony' etc. from

Close on the heels of the Colgate case, where a Delhi Court issued summons to the top brass of Colgate and a Registrar from the trademarks registry for allegedly forging a trademark certificate, we have ...

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post image Managing IP names Justice Prabha Sridevan in its list of 50 most influential people in the IP world from

Photo courtesy: MIPManaging Intellectual Property (MIP) has announced its annual list of the fifty most influential people in the IP world. Past editions of this list have featured former Controller General P.H. Kurian ...

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post image Inventors pay for patent reform from

Since the track-1 program for prioritized examination for patent applications was implemented September 26, 2011 when president Obama signed the "American Invents Act" into law, approximately 4528 requests for prioritized examination have been made.

Recently ...

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Free Features of Patent Buddy, Part 2: Create a Patent Portfolio and View Top Patent Attorneys from

Last time, we looked at the patent search and analysis options of the online community Patent Buddy.  Patent Buddy is a free patent search and analysis website originally created by a group of patent attorneys ...

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IP Exchange ‘Getting Some Teeth’; First Offerings Likely In Autumn from

A new system to more effectively licence technology and facilitate the trading of intellectual property rights will come online later this year - and an increasing number of countries are taking notice.Related Articles:

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Judge tells Apple how to rework its Qualcomm-related patent exhaustion case against Motorola from

Yesterday it became discoverable that Judge Dana M. Sabraw of the United States District Court for the Southern District of California had dismissed Apple's declaratory judgment and antisuit injunction lawsuit against Google subsidiary Motorola ...

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Appeals court once again denies stay of preliminary injunction against Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 from

The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit today denied two Samsung motions relating to the preliminary injunction Apple won against the Galaxy Tab 10.1 four weeks ago:

  1. The Federal Circuit denied ...

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WIPO Announces New Policy On Assistance To North Korea, Iran from

The World Intellectual Property Organization today announced a new policy for dealing with countries sanctioned under the United Nations and has discontinued the provision of computer hardware to countries such as North Korea and Iran ...

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BIO 2012 Tweet Suite from

The BIO 2012 convention in Boston, which ran June 18-21 in Boston pulled down a fair number of tweets in the process. Here are some we noticed: Mike Spear ‏@mikesgene @erinatbio #bio2012 payed off for ...

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