Patent & IP news for September 9, 2012

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Article One Partners Searching for Prior Art for STEC IP Patents from

On May 22, 2012, STEC IP brought separate patent infringement lawsuits against Apple, Amazon and Oracle. Little information about STEC IP seems available. In the complaints filed they explain only that they are a Delaware ...

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Defending the USPTO Interpretation of the New Grace Period from

The questions asked of the USPTO, and specifically Director Kappos, related to the USPTO interpretation of the grace period in 102(b)(1)(B). At one point, in response to a question, Direct Kappos responded ...

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Federal Circuit Hears En Banc Oral Argument over Beer from

The Federal Circuit sat en banc this past Friday and heard the oral argument in Beer v. U.S. That case concerns judicial pay for Article 3 judges.  The judges of the Court of Appeals ...

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USPTO Proposes Significantly Higher Patent Fees from

The recurring theme will be decreased fees for those who qualify for micro-entity status, but increased fees for everyone else. That is great, but micro-entity status will not even apply to all independent inventors, but ...

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Sunday Morning on September 9, 2012 from

Charles Osgood introduced the stories for September 9, 2012. The cover story began with an allusion to Crime and Punishment by Theodore Dostoyevsky. This story is about the MacDonald murders in Ft. Bragg in 1970 ...

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