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  1. Pronutria Biosciences Announces Issuance Of Key Patents From USPTO ...Read the original story

    Yesterday | BioSpace

    8,809,259 and US Patent No. 8,822,412. The patents claim proteins and methods of their use covering the company's lead product candidates, including PN-107 and PN-340.

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  2. 8x8 Issued New Conferencing and Meeting Patent by U.S. Patent and Trademark OfficeRead the original story

    Yesterday | Customer Interaction Solutions

    On December 16, 2014, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office issued United States Patent number 8,914,734 entitled "Web-enabled Conferencing and Meeting Implementations with a Subscription-based Model." The new patent relates to, among other things, a meeting and conferencing system implemented with a server arrangement configured to provide a web-based meeting-group subscription option to potential meeting participants.

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  3. The Plasma Of MagneGasRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Seeking Alpha

    Alternative chemicals developer MagneGas Corporation is posting another guard at the gate. The company recently filed a patent application to protect new enhancements of its plasma arc technology and gasification system.

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  4. Young Attorneys - 2014Read the original story

    Yesterday | San Diego Source

    The Daily Transcript is San Diego's only information company offering business news, data and resources daily and hourly. We report on San Diego business , finance and the San Diego economy, real estate , construction , the U.S. military in San Diego, and San Diego government construction bids .

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  5. BU President Brown named National Academy of Inventors fellowRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Daily Free Press

    BU President Robert Brown was named a National Academy of Inventors Fellow for his contribution to academic innovation in the field of chemical engineering, according to a Tuesday press release. PHOTO BY FALON MORAN/DAILY FREE PRESS STAFF In commendation of his work in the field of chemical engineering, Boston University President Robert Brown was named a 2014 fellow of the National Academy of Inventors, according to a Tuesday press release.

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  6. Would You Like a Patent Lawsuit With Your Meal? | CommentaryRead the original story

    Monday Dec 8 | Roll Call

    As members of Congress prepare to re-open the debate on patent reform, they would do well to consider they have probably recently eaten food. They might have looked up recipes or pictures of that food online.

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  7. USPTO Issues New Subject Matter Eligibility Examination Interim...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | JD Supra

    On December 16, 2014, the USPTO issued a comprehensive interim Guidance document for examination of subject matter eligibility under 35 U.S.C. A 101. The new Guidance document supplements the June 2014 Preliminary Examination Instructions issued in view of Alice Corp. v.

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  8. Blog: What Did The ABI Chapter 11 Commission Recommend On...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | JD Supra

    The American Bankruptcy Institute 's Commission to Study the Reform of Chapter 11 issued its report last week, capping more than two years of hearings, meetings, and hard work. Having had the honor of testifying before the Commission on intellectual property and bankruptcy issues at one of its hearings in New York in June 2013 , I wanted to take a closer look at its intellectual property recommendations when a licensor or licensee files bankruptcy.

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  9. USPTO Finally Issues New Guidance On Patent Subject Matter EligibilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | jdsupra.com

    The USPTO has issued new "Interim Guidance" for determining whether claims are eligible for patenting under 35 USC 101. Although the new guidance technically applies to all technologies and all types of claims, Applicants with claims involving natural products will find the most to like about the USPTO's revised position on subject matter eligibility.

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  10. Federal Circuit's Sandoz v. Amgen Decision Forecloses Early...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | jdsupra.com

    On December 5, in the closely watched Sandoz v. Amgen case, the Federal Circuit held that a biosimilars applicant cannot use the Declaratory Judgment Act to challenge a reference product sponsor's patent prior to filing a biosimilars application under the Biologics Price Competition and Innovation Act .

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  11. GEICO Isn't Good News for GoogleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 3 | Likelihood of Confusion

    Remember the GEICO v. Google case? My former law partner and long-time spouse Jane Coleman does.

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  12. Federal Circuit: Next Round of Myriad Patent Claims Are Also InvalidRead the original story

    Wednesday | Patently Obvious

    In an important decision, the Federal Circuit has affirmed the invalidity of a number of additional genetic testing claims. Based upon this decision, the USPTO may need to again reevaluate its subject matter eligibility procedures.

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  13. USPTO Issues New Guidance with Fewer Limitations on the Subject Matter Eligibility of Patent ClaimsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | JD Supra

    The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office today released its latest iteration of guidance - referred to as the "Interim Eligibility Guidance" - to its examiners. This guidance is aimed at assessing whether an invention claimed in a patent contains subject matter that is eligible for patenting.

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  14. Supreme Court 2014 Patent PreviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | JD Supra

    On average, the U.S. Supreme Court historically hears fewer than one patent case each term. For example, in the 14 years between 1982 and 1995, the Court decided only five patent cases.

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  15. Nasuni Receives Patent for Instant Data Recovery and RestoreRead the original story

    Wednesday | PR Log

    The Patent "Versioned File System with Fast Restore" Covers Nasuni's Ability to Recover Terabytes of Data in Seconds with a Simple Click of the Mouse to global organizations, today announced that the U.S. Patent Office has issued a patent to Nasuni that covers its ability to restore terabytes of data in seconds with just a simple mouse click. Nasuni is able to accomplish this feat because all customer data lives not in an on-premises hardware appliance, but in the Nasuni Service, which takes a snapshot of the entire data set as frequently as every 60 seconds.

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  16. The December Sequel to the USPTO's March GuidanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | JD Supra

    A number of points in the December Guidance remain unchanged from the March/June Guidance documents, but there are also important differences between the March and December documents. The March Guidance provided a three-step flowchart for determining subject-matter eligibility.

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  17. Make Sure You Own the Patent You Think You Do.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | JD Supra

    The biotechnology industry has a long history of successfully licensing and litigating university technology.1 That trend looks to be continuing, even as other industries have taken aim at limiting patent enforcement. Ten U.S. universities obtained over 2000 biotech patents last year.2 Given this level of investment, we can expect to see enforcement actions down the road.

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  18. Man celebrates his new 'eat more kale' trademarkRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | The Lebanon Daily News

    A folk artist who became a folk hero to some after picking a fight with fast-food giant Chick-fil-A over use of the phrase "eat more kale" - similar to their trademarked "eat mor chikin" - has won his legal battle. Bo Muller-Moore said Friday outside the Statehouse that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office had granted his application to trademark "eat more kale," a phrase he says promotes local agriculture.

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  19. Fear-Mongering About Foreign Patent Trolls | CommentaryRead the original story

    Monday Dec 8 | Roll Call

    As was highlighted at the recent nomination hearing for Michelle Lee as the next director of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office it is important to take a look at the patent landscape and the talk of more legislative action on our patent system under discussion in Congress. I have been in the invention business my entire adult life.

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  20. ...Read MoreRead the original story

    Wednesday | Creative Mac

    It is an imperative that emergency organizations can communicate during the initial stage of an incident or catastrophe, when effective situational awareness is required to define the most urgent needs. The new xG patent , "System for automatic registration of expeditionary telecommunications deployments" facilitates that communication, while leveraging and extending the rapid deployment capability of the xMax cognitive radio network solution.

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