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A patent is a form of Intellectual Property.  Under U.S. law, a patent is a property right, issued to an inventor by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, which grants “the right to exclude others from making, using, offering for sale, or selling” the invention in the United States or “importing” the invention into the United States. Within the United States, patents are wholly creatures of Federal Law.   Patent rights were established by the U.S. Constitution, they are governed by federal statutes and agency regulations, and issues relating to statutes are adjudicated by federal ...
adopted by people and passed on to others. Inventions often extend the boundaries of human knowledge or experience. An invention that is novel and not obvious to others skilled in the same field may be able to obtain the legal protection of a patent .
Allocating Patent Rights Between Earlier and Later Inventions , by ...
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It seems pretty clear that under the direction of David Kappos the United States Patent and Trademark Office is pursuing an “all of the above” strategy to cutting into the backlog and ultimately reducing the pendency of patent applications.  It is easy to criticize any one of the initiatives that the USPTO is pursuing, but that would be to miss the forest for the trees.  The reality is that unless and until Congress steps up to the plate and does something, which seems extraordinarily unlikely, the Patent Office will be left to attempt to piecemeal together solutions.  So while no one solution can or will solve all ... market research, surveys and trends


Patent Statistics as Economic Indicators: A Survey
Patents per Million R&D dollars by R & D Size Class for Firms with both R&D and .... the rest (25 and 26 percent) being in the more ambig- .... ated with the differential legal situation ...... associated with current patent applications. ...... 1700 Journal of Economic Literature, Voi XXVIII (December 1990) ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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One survey taker asked, "Please tell me this is not a marketing technique for any of the vendors mentioned." The answer is absolutely not. As I explained in the survey announcement , "the questions asked ... are the result of what happens when you think out loud in the blogosphere. This survey is a follow-up to LLB's (1) April 2009 Should LexisNexis and Thomson West Be Worried About the Economy's Turbulence? Results of the LLB Poll ; (2) February 2009 Tough Times Ahead for Law Library Budgets poll results ; and (3) recent email communications from some law librarians who prefer to response to blog posts directly ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
An Un-'Common' Take On Copyright Law
It's probably safe to say that most Americans don't think about intellectual property laws on a daily basis. The closest most of us ever come to pondering copyright, trademark and patent issues is when we're trying in vain to fast-forward through the FBI warning on a DVD. That's not for lack of trying on the part of groups like the Motion Picture Association of America and the Recording Industry Association of America, which have in the past sued individuals for file sharing and sponsored public information campaigns with the goal of educating American youths about music and movie "piracy" (that is, ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
The Deadly Neurotoxin Nearly EVERYONE Uses Daily… (Video)
The artificial sweetener aspartame gained FDA approval in 1981, and was perhaps the most hotly contested FDA approval in history, for good reason. The toxic additive has been silently destroying people's health ever since.   The first video above -- which contains highlights of  Cori Brackett's documentary film Sweet Misery  -- is an excellent summary of the problems with aspartame. I strongly urge you to watch it, or read through the transcript, as it offers additional and supporting information to what I'll discuss below. You can also  obtain the entire DVD  if you enjoy these clips. By ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Integrates INPADOC legal status and patent family information from over 60 ... Can refine current searches. Can search in various fields, such as title, ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Formal requirements to become a lawyer usually include a 4-year college degree, 3 years of law school, and passing a written bar examination; however, some requirements may vary by State. Competition for admission to most law schools is intense. Competition for job openings should be keen because of the large number of students graduating from law school each year. The legal system affects nearly every aspect of our society, from buying a home to crossing the street. Lawyers form the backbone of this system, linking it to society in numerous ways. They hold positions of great responsibility and are obligated to adhere to a ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Current Patent Legal Literature
The "Current Patent Legal Literature" website is a resource for keeping informed of current articles related to U.S. patent law. This service is edited by Jane O'Connell, Associate director for patron services, instruction & research at the Tarlton Law Library. Law Library staff reviews law journals and law reviews (and a great many other legal periodicals) as they are received in the library. We examine the table of contents of all of these publications and identify any article concerning U.S. patent law. We then input the basic bibliographic information about each article into this database, and scan the first page of ...
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RIM settles NTP patent fight with $612.5M payment
Research In Motion Ltd. (RIM) announced late today that it has agreed to pay $612.5 million to NTP Inc. to settle the long-running legal fight between the two companies. The patent dispute had threatened to end RIM's popular BlackBerry e-mail service to millions of users in the U.S. and has been the subject of a contentious, four-year patent battle between the two companies. RIM settles NTP patent fight with $612.5M payment [ ] This one always boiled down to money. The patent holders have done well... they were obviously right to hold out. This is a sad day. NTP is a parasite. They contribute nothing to ...
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I wanted to patent & license a hight teach idea. I'm trying to do it in the most 'affordable' way. I'm wondering if any of these ideas are possible?: 1- Can I do the Search on my own or do I need a Lawyer to do it? if the answer is yes: How? Where? 2- It's possible to Find a Patent Lawyer who wants to Partner or Invest or waive some of the fees? 3- These are the numbers that I have: $500 for the search, 7,000 to send an application Aren't there better numbers that these? I am located in SLC, Utah and you could answer privately at or send me a connection invitation. Thanks so ...