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The New Law Effective Today: 35 U.S.C. 102 from

By Dennis Crouch Consider the text of new 35 U.S.C. §102. (a) Novelty; Prior Art.— A person shall be entitled to a patent unless— (1) the claimed invention was patented, described in a ...

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Ralph Lauren Wins Battle Against USPA Over Horseman Logo from

2nd US Circuit Court of Appeals, recently issued an unsigned opinion finding that the USPA could, in fact, be banned from using a double horseman logo on its fragrances or cosmetics on the basis that ...

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A Brave New Patent World – First to File Becomes Law from

There are some exceptions whereby a person who files second can still prevail, but those exceptions are infinitesimally insignificant, and the law surrounding the parameters of the exceptions is non-existent and unfortunately rather ill defined ...

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The New Reality – First-Inventor-To-File in United States Patent Law. from

JW Note: Now that we have finally rested after the marathon of pre-AIA patent application filings the past few weeks, thought it worthwhile to mention the new legal landscape, in regards to what it takes ...

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