Patent & IP news for August 11, 2012

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post image Jack Kemp: Anticipates My Book on SOX from

In 2002 Jack Kemp wrote a prescient article on Sarbanes Oxley, entitled Criminalizing Corporate Behavior.  He correctly predicted,  The greatest harm caused by Sarbanes-Oxley, though, will be to small firms that are pushed over the ...

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Baltimore Sun out of touch on Harvard plagiarism? from

In the context of the Fareed Zakaria plagiarism, David Zurawik of the Baltimore Sun noted Zakaria's Harvard Ph.D. and wrote:

In the academy, when you plagiarize, you are cooked. As a Ph.D ...

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Infringing upon success? from

In the intellectual property business, enforcement actions occur when an accused product falls within the scope of (i.e., infringes) a patent claim.

In a story Teenager not allowed to sell hot dogs now homeless ...

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What Apple's 2010 $30-per-unit licensing proposal to Samsung means for Android in 2012 and beyond from

On Friday afternoon, AllThingsD's Ina Fried was first to publish a presentation of a licensing proposal Apple made to Samsung on October 5, 2010 -- six and a half months months prior to suing. This ...

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Patent Reality: Basement Prices Mean Basement Quality from

When finances are difficult people look to themselves for assistance, and to figure out how they can make a better tomorrow without relying on anyone else. But if you do not have enough resources to ...

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Sugru®, the silicone blob from

I’ve just come across what is apparently quite a success story. It’s a “brightly coloured smelly silicone blob” called Sugru®. That’s how an informative article on the Financial Times’...

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Wait . . . Play that again from

Patent prosecutors will get a kick out of the relatively new phenomenon of the PTO arguing in favor of patentability.  This occurs whenever the Board of Appeals has ruled against a party that brought an ...

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