Patent & IP news for September 2, 2014

Patent Litigations

  • No new litigations this day!

USPTO Weekly Stats


Patent & IP Blogs

post image She’s Got Bette Davis’…Trademark? from

I found about this case reading this tweet from New York copyright and trademark lawyer Marty Schwimmer. A warm Kat Pat to Marty, thank you!
It has been only two months that I am guest-blogging ...

Share via E–mail | Twitter | Facebook

If a patent says something is “essential,” then it must be so from

To help a patent attorney prepare a patent application, inventors often provide a copy of a manuscript for an upcoming technical journal, research publication or white paper. The manuscript often goes into great detail to ...

Share via E–mail | Twitter | Facebook

Blue Origin and SpaceX fighting at PTAB over Blue Origin's US 8,678,321 from

In IPR2014-01376, SpaceX asserts, among other things, that there is anticipation of claims of Blue Origin's US '321: " Each limitation of claims 1, 2, and 3 is disclosed by Ishijima." [Yoshiyuki Ishijima et al ...

Share via E–mail | Twitter | Facebook

IP Osgoode: Call for Applications from

We are pleased to announce a call for applications for a number of exciting opportunities with IP Osgoode including IPilogue Editors and IP Osgoode Innovation Clinic Fellows. See below for more information. Call for IPilogue ...

Share via E–mail | Twitter | Facebook

Guest Post: The Case Against Federalizing Trade Secrecy from

Guest post by Christopher B. Seaman, Assistant Professor of Law at Washington and Lee University School of Law.  As Dennis recently discussed, the idea of creating a private cause of action for trade secret misappropriation ...

Share via E–mail | Twitter | Facebook

IP programs ranked by h-index and m-index from

Everyone seems to love new rankings! Inspired by Dan Burk's lists of IP scholars by h-index and m-index, Christopher Yoo (Penn Law) calculated cumulative h-index and m-index rankings by school ...

Share via E–mail | Twitter | Facebook

Allergan, Inc. v. Apotex, Inc. (Fed. Cir. 2014) from

By Michael Greenfield -- In a not particularly well-written opinion that breaks no new ground, the Federal Circuit considered a consolidated appeal of two patents directed to methods of promoting hair growth, including, in particular, eyelash ...

Share via E–mail | Twitter | Facebook

Some content © 2007–2014 RPX Corporation.
Terms of Service & Privacy Policy
For DMCA requests contact