Patent & IP news for June 7, 2015

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The chart above shows the percentage of U.S. patents issued to Inventors and not (reportedly) assigned to any organization or government. The data comes from the PTO.  While this chart shows a dramatic drop ...

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CBS Sunday Morning for June 7, 2015 from

Jane Pauley (not Charles Osgood) introduced the stories for 7 June 2015. Erin Moriarty does the cover story on Tyler Climenti, who was cyber-bullied. Title: In his name. Second, Anthony Mason on John Candor, up ...

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Patent reform issue: "If it does get into litigation, right and wrong is hard to sort out sometimes." "Chicken Shack" as the new "Burger King"? from

Those who take a trademark course in law school usually are exposed to the Burger King case, relating to the first users of the Burger King trademark (in Mattoon, Illinois). The Mattoon users got to ...

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The debate on IPRs: "The negatives I've heard are hypothetical or theoretical"?? from

The Daily Herald published Patent Death squad causes a ruckus , picked up from Bloomberg, which included the text

"I can't see how it's anything but an overwhelming success," said Dana Rao, associate general ...

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SunPower sues SunEdison in ND Cal over trade secret theft from

There is another suit in California over employee poaching and related trade secret theft.

Solar Firm Slaps Rival With Trade Secret Suit observes that the complaint states: "Messer and Fong betrayed SunPower's trust by ...

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