Patent & IP news for May 19, 2013

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post image And 12 Points go to ... Ukraine from

Uncle Sam, under the authority of 
the USTR, wants you to behave... Despite what the title might suggest, this post is not about the European's beloved festival of kitsch, where washed-up pop acts from ...

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post image Microsoft v. Motorola: A FRAND-ly formula for fixing royalties? from

The ‘FRAND wars’ hit India earlier this March with Swedish based Ericsson suing Mircomax Informatics Ltd. for alleged infringement of their standard essential patents (SEPs) relating wireless technology standards. As an interim arrangement, Micromax agreed ...

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Sowing the seeds of wrath: Doctrine of Patent Exhaustion Could Not Save Farmer from Liability for Infringing Monsanto’s Patents on Genetically Modified Seeds from

Some had hoped that the Court would use Bowman as an opportunity to address the extent of a patent owner’s monopoly over other self-replicating technologies in the areas of biotechnology and information technology, such ...

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CBS Sunday Morning 19 May 2013 from

By Design, from Charles Osgood in Miami, FL; blog owner is enroute.

Making the old new again.

The Bacardi Building in Miami reminds us of the importance of color. Susan Spencer. Putting a tree in ...

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ALJ Rogers Grants Motion To Strike Supplemental Interrogatory Response And Denies Motion To Respond Out Of Time In Certain Integrated Circuit Chips (337-TA-859) from

On May 9, 2013, ALJ Robert K. Rogers, Jr. Issued Order No. 19 granting Respondents LSI Corporation and Seagate Technology’s (collectively, “Respondents”) motion to strike Complainant Realtek Semiconductor Corporation’s (“Realtek”) supplemental interrogatory response ...

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"60 Minutes" on May 19, 2013 from

Lesley Stahl talked about computer face-recognition. Second, camp 14 by Anderson Cooper, a recycled story. Third, Lara Logan on Michael Jackson's fortunes after death. Image resurrection. What Michael Jackson left behind.

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"60 Minutes" Special Edition on May 19, 2013 at 8pm Eastern Time from

There were three stories previewed for the "special edition" show on May 19, 2013:

Massive migration out of Afghanistan.

Movies about lions in Africa. Water-loving super lions.

Taylor Swift as a role model.

Anderson Cooper ...

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Searching for Beauty: How to Search for US Plant Patents from

Spring is here, and since the azaleas are blooming and gardens everywhere are looking lovely, I thought I’d honor spring by writing a quick primer on searching for U.S. plant patents.  The USPTO ...

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Conference & CLE Calendar from

May 21, 2013 - Ethics in IP Practice (Intellectual Property Law Association of Chicago) - Chicago, IL May 21-23, 2013 - Pharma Legal Affairs (IBC Life Sciences) - Shanghai, China May 27, 2013 - A Harmonized Patent World -- Are We ...

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Court Report from

By Sherri Oslick -- About Court Report: Each week we will report briefly on recently filed biotech and pharma cases. AbbVie Inc. v. Hetero USA Inc. et al. 1:13-cv-00852; filed May 15, 2013 in the ...

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