Patent & IP news for September 29, 2012

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Google loses appeal, continues to be barred from enforcing German injunction against Microsoft from

A U.S. appeals court has dealt the latest setback, and the most important one to date, to Google's hopes that it could address Android's huge patent infringement problems through the abusive pursuit ...

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Interview Finale: USPTO Attorneys Knight and Ray from

In this segment, which is the interview finale, we discuss the heightened expectation of fairness placed on government attorneys, what it is like to work for USPTO Director David Kappos, how the USPTO determines when ...

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US Courts Reject German Injunction Order in Microsoft v. Google Patent Battle from

by Dennis Crouch Microsoft Corp. v. Motorola, Inc. (9th Cir. 2012) The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has confirmed a temporary injunction blocking enforcement of Motorola's German patent infringement judgment against Microsoft's Xbox ...

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Liberty Mutual Covered Business Method Patent Review Petition Tailored to Address Prior Art “Mischaracterized” During Reexamination from

Liberty Mutual Insurance filed two more covered business method (CBM) patent review petitions dated September 29.  The petitions both relate to U.S. Pat. No. 7,124,088 owned by Progressive Casualty Insurance, that relates ...

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Gene Patent Fight Continues from

The ACLU filed another cert. petition where it asks the Supreme Court to overturn the Federal Circuit’s opinion that isolated human genes are patentable.  The questions presented in the petition include: 1. Are human ...

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