Patent & IP news for April 8, 2013

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post image Volunteer Opportunities for IP Professionals from

Guest Post by Tasha Francis, PhD. Tasha is a law student at the University of Michigan expecting to graduate with a J.D. later this spring. One common way in which lawyers give back to ...

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post image Margaret Thatcher Patent Attorney: You Did Build That from

According to CBC News Margaret Thatcher practiced patent law.   After being called to the bar she specialized in patent law and then tax law, until 1961. No wonder, she was one of the greatest leaders ...

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post image Gunn v. Minton: Bad for Patent Attorneys and Patent Law from

In a unanimous decision the Supreme Court ruled that State Courts have jurisdiction over malpractice cases related to patents.  Gunn v. Minton, No. 11-1118, 2013 WL 610193 (U.S. Feb. 20, 2013) .  At first glance ...

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Boeing Patent Application Flight Trajectory Prediction from

Recent patent applications assigned to Boeing show the company’s desire to create more adaptive in-flight management in response to unforeseen conditions. Another patent application describes a new system of solar energy collection that can ...

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3 Rivers Venture Fair is this week from

There is still time to join more than 600 investors, entrepreneurs, business leaders and service providers at the 2013 3 Rivers Venture Fair.  This year’s fair will take place  on Wednesday April 10 and ...

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ALJ Pender Issues Remand Initial Determination In Certain Electronic Digital Media Devices (337-TA-796) from

On April 4, 2013, ALJ Thomas B. Pender issued the public version of the Remand Initial Determination (“RID”) (dated March 26, 2013) in Certain Electronic Digital Media Devices and Components Thereof (Inv. No. 337-TA-796). By ...

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NDCA finds evidence of related company’s potential lost profits relevant to hypo negotiation from

On April 2, 2013, the NDCA issued an opinion in Accessories Marketing, Inc. v. TEK Corporation, Case No. C 11-4773 PSG (Doc. No. 183), addressing TEK’s MIL concerning damages.  One of the issues concerned ...

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Fish & Richardson Scores Patent Victory with Motions in Limine from

So what is unique about this particular victory at the district court that caught my attention? The timing of the victory and circumstances surrounding the culmination of the case seemed peculiar to me. Moments before ...

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ICANN CEO Wants To Shift “Centre Of Gravity” Away From US from

In an effort to improve internationalisation, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) will open hubs in Singapore and Istanbul, to serve the Asia-Pacific and Europe, Middle East and Africa respectively. ICANN's ...

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