Patent & IP news for February 9, 2014

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post image The Cozy Coupe: full-sized replica of toy car raises questions from

The following item was researched and written by Rebecca Gulbul, whom the IPKat graciously thanks for her effort.
This may well be the cutest car on the roads: a grown-up version of Little Tikes’ Cozy ...

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post image "Passing off and unfair competition": an event review from

This post was written by guest Kat Nadia, and posted by Jeremy
"Passing Off and Unfair Competition", hosted by Baker & McKenzie LLP, was the subject of the third event held by the Journal of Intellectual ...

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post image It's glum for glee: Fox judge considers Wolf's Head and Comic sees the funny side from

Nearly two years ago, in March 2012, the IPKat first encountered the fascinating dispute between a small-scale club operator and purveyor of live entertainment on the one side, and movie-and-media mogul Twentieth Century Fox (TCF ...

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post image to give $5 million to startup busineses from

As part of Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s $1 billion high-profile bid to turn the Buffalo Niagara region’s economy around, 43North business launched a global business plan competition that is going to give out ...

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PTO Day from

The Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPO) and U.S. Patent and Trademark Office will be co-sponsoring the 24th Annual Conference on USPTO Law and Practice (PTO Day) on March 25, 2014 in Washington, D.C ...

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John Marshall Law School 58th Annual IP Law Conference from

The John Marshall Law School Center for Intellectual Property Law will be holding its 58th Annual Intellectual Property Law Conference on February 28, 2014 in Chicago, IL. The conference will consist of the following sessions ...

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"60 Minutes" on February 9, 2014 from

First, Lesley Stahl on dosing medicines as between men and women.

Second, giving apartments to homeless people.

Third, Steve Kroft gives a reprise of an interview with Philip Seymour Hoffman.

FDA last year cut the ...

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The Federal Circuit Rides Again from

The CAFC rode circuit again this past week with a visit to the University of Baltimore School of Law on February 4th.  The court held oral arguments in four cases.  You can view the briefs ...

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