Patent & IP news for March 21, 2015

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Revival of Oracle patent claims is another reason for Google to consider Java license agreement from

If one applies "If you can't beat them, join them" to intellectual property rights (IPRs), the formula reads like this: "If you can't beat them and still need them, license them."

When Google ...

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Hedge funds and patents from

In 2007, Forbes ran a story titled "Patent Pirates,"  subtitled
Hedge funds and institutional investors are financing the latest wave of IP lawsuits.
The examples provided were mainly about hedge funds investing in patent infringementlawsuits ...

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Plagiarism issue at Illinois newspaper from

The Better Government Association ["BGA"] brought up possible issues of plagiarism at the Desplaines Valley News  in a post titled

Plagiarism Suspected At Newspaper Owned By Legislator

The relevant state legislator is Steve Landek and ...

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How Courts Adjudicate Patent Definiteness and Disclosure from

John Allison has done some great empirical work on patent litigation, including a recent project with Mark Lemley and David Schwartz on all substantive decisions rendered by any court in every patent case filed in ...

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The US was number one in PCT filings in 2014 from

The. US was the number one country in PCT applications in 2014, and UC/Berkeley was the number one university in filings.

McClatchy reported:

GENEVA — Spurred by the rebound of the economy and strong research ...

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