Patent & IP news for October 17, 2012

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Comments regarding USPTO draft Examination Guide on Webpage Specimens from

The USPTO has requested public comments regarding a draft examination guide for its Examining Attorneys on the subject of the use of webpages as specimens to show use of a mark in commerce. More information ...

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Sunny with a Chance of Chill: Forecasting EU’s New Cloud Computing Strategy from

At the risk of raining on the EU’s cloud parade, the European Commission’s recently unveiled report, “Unleashing the Potential of Cloud Computing in Europe”, also threatens to unleash a legal storm of international ...

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Willfulness Determination Should Await Jury’s Assessment of Reasonableness from

The court denied defendant's motion for summary judgment that it did not willfully infringe plaintiff's board game patent. "When, as in this case, a party defends against a charge of willful infringement by ...

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Broad Non-Patent Literature Coverage on Thomson Innovation from

The Thomson Innovation System Report on Intellogist was fully reviewed and updated earlier in October, and last month I highlighted some of the major updates to non-patent literature search features on Thomson Innovation. Today I ...

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USPTO Expands Patent Prosecution Highway from

By Donald Zuhn -- Since implementing its first Patent Prosecution Highway (PPH) program with the Japan Patent Office (JPO) in 2006, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has established close to forty PPH programs with ...

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