Patent & IP news for January 22, 2017

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post image When this Kat doesn't know, he reaches out to Kat readers: what really happened at the dawn of modern commercial trademark use? from

There are times when this Kat encounters an IP question, but finds himself unable to fashion a suitable response and so he reaches out to the IPKat community for assistance. This is one of those ...

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post image Never Too Late: If you missed the IPKat last week! from

This Kitten is delighted to bring you the 131th edition of Never Too Late covering the posts from 9 until 15 January!
Seeking an ArrowArrow declarations can be granted: Fujifilm v AbbVie
GuestKat Eibhlin ...

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GS Media in the National Courts: Fresh Issues on the meaning of ‘for profit’
"Lower courts can give fresh insight into the adjudication taking place at the highest national and European courts ...

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* PhD positions
Keep calm and get a Doctoral Degree.--> EUI Doctoral Programme is calling for PhD candidates. Application deadline: 31 January 2017. The Application Form for the 2017-2018 academic year (starting 1 September 2017) is ...

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The Last Days of Night – a brief review from

By Jason Rantanen I recently read Graham Moore’s The Last Days of Night, a tale about the patent war between Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse from the point of view of Paul Cravath, the ...

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Giving Process Its Due When A Standard Development Organization Changes The Rules Of The Game from

By George T. Willingmyre Introduction and Abstract The process a Standards Developing Organization (SDO)[i] employs to revise its patent policy is an aspect of the SDO’s competitive posture in the global marketplace. Research ...

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The theme of independent invention, and whether the same thing was invented from

The theme of "who invented what" is explored in discussion from Benzmüller to Gödel to Leibniz to Turing.

Back in October 2013, ABC News ran a story titled Computer Scientists 'Prove' God Exists , which included ...

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Conference & CLE Calendar from

January 25, 2017 - "Functional Patent Claims After Williamson: Understanding the Benefits and Risks for Your University's Patent Portfolio" (Technology Transfer Tactics) - 1:00 to 2:00 pm (Eastern) January 26, 2017 - "Leveraging Latest Patent ...

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USPTO Publishes Business Method Subject Matter Eligibility Examples: Part II from

By Michael Borella -- As discussed in a previous article, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office recently published new subject matter eligibility examples directed to the abstract idea exception to patentability under 35 U.S ...

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CBS Sunday Morning on 22 January 2017 from

Jane Pauley introduced the stories for January 22, 2017, which featured events related to the inauguration of January 20.

Ben Tracey did a piece on McDonalds, a trendy subject with the movie "The Founder." The ...

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