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  1. Super Lawyers Selects Jeff Aidikoff as a 2015 Southern California Rising StarRead the original story

    Wednesday | PRWeb

    Jeff Aidikoff, owner of Aidikoff Law, was selected as a 2015 Southern California Super Lawyers Rising Star. Jeff's selection will be published in the July 2015 editions of Los Angeles magazine and Southern California Super Lawyers Magazine - Rising Stars.

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  2. A Constitutional Challenge to Inter Partes ReviewRead the original story

    Tuesday | Patently Obvious

    The America Invents Act created a set of new administrative review procedures that allow third-parties to challenge already issued patents. This new approach takes a power that was previously held by courts and gives it instead to the USPTO.

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  3. Best of 2009: The DMCA and the search engineRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Likelihood of Confusion

    Mary Roach has a great post at CircleID on an area that we have talked about extensively, namely, copyright takedowns under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act . Mary's post covers the more specific strategy of sending takedown notices to search engine providers, such as Google, Yahoo, and MSN, to effectively reduce access to stolen creative materials.

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  4. All Hands on the Microsoft Holodeck: A Look at Some of the Hololens PatentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Seobythesea.com

    I've written about some of the patents involved in Google's Project Glass in the past, and very recently about the Google Ventures' funded Magic Leap . Project Glass still exists, but it appears to now have new leadership and a new direction .

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  5. Best of 2009: Keeping it real - the ultimate use in commerceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 26 | Likelihood of Confusion

    The TTABlogA reports , again, on the fraud issue, but that's not what interests me here so much this time. Rather, it's the question of the lifecycle of a trademark's " use in commerce " status when plotted against that of a specific product which may no longer be manufactured, but which arguably may have trademark significance.

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  6. Best of 2009: "While my guitar gently weeps"Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 26 | Likelihood of Confusion

    One of the first posts on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION was about Gibson Guitar Corp. v. Paul Reed Smith Guitars, LP , 70 UPSQ2d 1911 , and the question of whether "only a Gibson guitar can make a Gibson-looking guitar."

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  7. Robert C. ScheinfeldRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Law.com

    In his Patent and Trademark Law column, Robert C. Scheinfeld reviews two recent holdings that claim construction may not always be a pure question of law entitled to de novo review, but instead may involve underlying factual findings subject to "clear error" review; and that the issue of whether the use of an older mark in a different manner may be 'tacked on' to the use of a newer one for purposes of determining priority is a factual one for juries.

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  8. Obviousness: Cannot modify Prior Art a way that Disrupts the Reference's Contribution to the ArtRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Patently Obvious

    In 2011, Plas-Pak requested an inter partes reexamination of Sulzer's paint-mixing Patent No. 7,815,384.

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  9. Arguing a Post-Alice 101 "Abstract Idea" Rejection during Patent ProsecutionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | JD Supra

    Since the Federal and Supreme Court rulings in Alice Corporation Pty. Ltd. v. CLS Bank International, et al. , we have seen some issued patents invalidated on the grounds of patent-ineligible subject matter directed to an abstract idea under 35 USC 101, judicial exceptions .

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  10. Some Good News: I'll Be On Sabbatical In 2015-16Read the original story

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Eric Goldman

    I'll be on sabbatical for the entire academic year 2015-16. I'm excited because it comes at a crucial time for me both personally and professionally.

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  11. Raines Feldman LLP Announces Three New PartnersRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Sys-Con Media

    "Elevating Eric, Laith and Bob to Partner is part of our overall plan to expand the firm's litigation and transactional practices," said Blum's real estate practice focuses on representing real estate investors, lenders, financial institutions, developers, and property owners in purchase and sale, financing, and lease transactions. Eric received his BA from UC Berkeley, and his JD from the Mosely's business litigation practice focuses on issues surrounding intellectual property, contracts, unfair competition, defamation, white collar defense, entertainment, antitrust, mass tort, and real estate.

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  12. CNA Appoints Jeff Zehr Vice President Of Segment UnderwritingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Sys-Con Media

    In this position, Jeff will expand his responsibilities to include leadership and governance for the Commercial Lines products for both the Financial Institutions and the Professional Services customer segments. , vice president of Segment Underwriting.

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  13. VuCOMP Further Expands Its Patent PortfolioRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Freshnews

    VuCOMP, Inc., leading developer of advanced computer vision systems for the detection of breast cancer, announced today that two additional patents have been issued to the Company, extending its intellectual property related to computer-aided detection of breast cancer. The newly issued patents cover a key cancer detection component of the M-Vu CAD system.

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  14. White House CTO calls for open source APIs, visibility for womenRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | GigaOM

    U.S. citizens creates world-beating tech sites like Amazon, Facebook and Twitter - so why can't agencies like the IRS or Veterans Affairs do the same? The White House's chief technology officer, Megan Smith, suggested it's possible, provided the government can attract enough people with a high TQ, or technology quotient, to work there. Speaking on Tuesday morning in Washington, Smith pointed to the emergence of "innovation labs" within agencies as evidence that the government can foster the same sort of skunkworks-style thinking found in Silicon Valley, where Smith made her name as a senior Google executive.

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  15. Best jobs in America: Yours on the list?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | WPMT-TV York

    In the same way an architect designs a house, software architects lay out a design plan for new programs. That usually means leading a team of developers and engineers, and making sure all the pieces come together to make fully-functioning software.

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  16. Foreign Agent-Client Privilege?Read the original story

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Patently Obvious

    A bedrock of U.S. legal practice is attorney-client privilege that allows a party to keep certain communications secret. This is an important exception to the broad discovery that is ordinarily permitted in U.S. civil litigation.

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  17. Spansion and Macronix Reach Settlement AgreementRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Information Technology

    In the agreement, the companies have granted certain rights under the disputed patents to each other.i 1 2 The settlement allows both companies to direct their full attention and resources to continuing to innovate and serving their customers' needs as leaders in the memory semiconductor industry. Macronix, a leading integrated device manufacturer in the Non-Volatile Memory market, provides a full range of NOR Flash, NAND Flash, and ROM products.

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  18. VirnetX Announces Termination of Patent ReviewsRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Customer Interaction Solutions

    7,188,180, 7,418,504, 7,490,151, and 7,921,211. In terminating the proceedings, the USPTO granted the joint motions to terminate filed by VirnetX and Microsoft.

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  19. Six Essential Productivity Tips For IntrovertsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Forbes.com

    I am the founding attorney of the Law Offices of Christina Park in Seattle. I help individuals and businesses nationwide with trademark law matters, and I also practice small business and reproductive law.

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  20. Junior to Mid-level Patent Attorney with IP experienceRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Monster.com

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