Patent & IP news for August 2, 2016

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post image UK IPO finally speaks about the "facts" of IP post-Brexit from

The AmeriKat under yet another Brexit law
Unlike many of the UK law firms who quickly climbed on board the Brexit bandwagon, the UK's Intellectual Property Office has been understandably and notably silent ...

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The Limerick Competition - the Results! from

Forget Brexit and Article 50, forget the Chilcot enquiry, forget whatever sports competition is concerning you at the moment, worry not about the UPC.  Cast care aside, for I have the results of the Limerick ...

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Network Device Management Patents Not Invalid Under 35 U.S.C. § 101 from

The court denied defendants' motion for summary judgment that plaintiff’s network device management patents encompassed unpatentable subject matter and found that the patents were not directed toward an abstract idea. "Defendants contend that the ...

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Dear USPTO: Nine-Month Delay is not Prompt Publication as Requied by Statute from

by Dennis Crouch In researching for my recent essay on Electric Power Group, LLC v. Alstom S.A. (Fed. Cir. August 1, 2016), I looked into the family of the three invalidated patents.[1]  As ...

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Restaurant reviewer in Richmond terminated over plagiarism from

From imdeiaethics :

The Richmond Times-Dispatch fired freelance dining critic Elliott Shaffner for plagiarism and deleted all of her reviews for the newspaper. The plagiarism, unpublishing and firing was announced in a note to readers from ...

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