Patent & IP news for July 13, 2014

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post image Ambush marketing Brazilian-style: a guest post from

In Brazil today – World Cup Brazil – you can find some quite revealing sights (says David Serras Pereira, a trainee lawyer and IP Consultant with GCF IP Consultants, and author of this guest post) without having ...

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CBS "Sunday Morning" on July 13, 2014 from

Lee Cowan, not Charles Osgood, introduced the stories for July 13. Cowan was in Old Saybrooke, CT. The cover story is on fireflies. Lighten Up. Second, Ben Tracy interviews Jason Mraz. Third, Martha Teichner on ...

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Peoples’ Liberation Army doing biofuel from algae? from

A story by Steven Mufson titled Why were this company’s computers attacked millions of times this year? Algae. mentions possible hacking attempts, including by the Chinese Peoples’ Liberation Army .

Curiously, Mufson's story, which ...

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Federal Circuit Orders District Court to Stay Litigation to Await Conclusion of Later-Filed Post-Issuance Review (CBM) Proceeding from

By Dennis Crouch VirtualAgility Inc., v., Dell, Dr. Pepper, et al. (Fed. Cir. 2014) The America-Invents-Act (AIA) created set of new and powerful administrative proceedings that allow third parties to challenge issued patents ...

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