A round-up of lesser-known search and data analysis tools: Scholrly is free search engine for academic papers (currently in closed beta-testing phase), HQ Books is a free PDF search tool, and Clustify is a document clustering software that identifies important keywords, representative documents, and a hierarchy of customized tags for almost any dataset.
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This post covers the full list of updates to the Trademark Status and Document Retrieval (TSDR) system 2.0, and learn about how to locate trademark status data and documents related to specific US trademarks through the system.
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Read about four useful features of the Semantic Search on TotalPatent, including the options to view up to 30 extra suggested terms, re-rank any search terms, add your own search terms, and preview the 20 most relevant results before conducting the query.
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USPTO Announces Rule Change in PTA Relating to Appellate Review
Patent Term Adjustment (PTA), with its provisions codified at 35 U.S.C. §154(b), extends the term of a patent for certain examination delays at the USPTO. The non-overlapping sum of three kinds of Office delays, referred to by practitioners by their letter designations, A, B, & C, reduced by the delays attributable to the applicant, result in a…
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LG Electronics Inc. (the plaintiff) recorded patents-in-suit against Toshiba Samsung Storage Technology Corporation et al. (the defendant) on Wednesday, Aug 22, 2012 in the U.S District Court of Delaware for patent infringement. The defendant is an international joint venture of Toshiba Corporation and Samsung Electronics…Continue
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Potter Voice Technologies claims that major technology companies -- including Apple, Samsung, and Google -- infringe on a patent they hold for voice recognition. James Lee Phillips reviews the major patent in question, addressing the ever-so-important question: "troll or not troll?"
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Who needs a device to start TPing a house?
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Here's a quick guide to using the online US Copyright Catalog. Does anyone have any other copyright search suggestions for non-US or pre-1978 copyright records?
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Here's a quick review of Databib, a tool for locating online repositories of research data.
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Justin Paulsen takes a look at Freescale's increasing litigious business strategy and what is might mean.
While certainly not the only company embarking down the path towards licensing and litigation revenue, Freescale Semiconductors (NYSE: FSL) seems to be showing an increased focus upon this particular segment. From a broader perspective, this raises a number of critical…
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ReefEdge Networks LLC (The Plaintiff), Delaware based company has hit four big companies on Aug 15, 2012 in the United States District Court of Delaware for patent infringement. The collective defendants are given below:
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Kickapoo Run LLC filed a suit against Electronic medical Solutions (EMS) for patent Infringement on Aug 8th 2012 in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.
The Plaintiff Kickapoo owns U.S Patent no: US5961332 which…Continue
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Jovana Grbic explores a recent case on generic lidocaine patches
ACTION: Infringement of U.S. Patent 5,827,529 (referred to as “529 Patent) by Noven Therapeutics/…
Added by James McArdle on August 16, 2012 at 12:01pm — No Comments
Learn about the latest updates to TotalPatent: Broader coverage has been added, and the system’s bibliographic collection features 100 patent authorities, including 30 in full text. New analytical tools, such as the option to compare and analyze up to three search result sets, and new organizational options, like the ability to create sub-folders and search within a work folder, have also…Continue
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We take an in-depth look at what's available in their newest tool.
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Brennan Coutler has a look at software patents and their place in the current IP system
The patentability of software is a subject of intense debate that needs to end. Both sides of the software patent issue are missing the point. The problem is not be whether software should be patentable, but whether individual patents merit twenty years of…
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More recently, Amazon began showing more of an interest in IP, but lost an auction to Microsoft for …
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Here are three exhibits focusing on inventions and the history of patents that you can visit in the DC area!
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We have a little fun as well as show you some interesting patents for streaming media.
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The Intellogist Blog summarizes and highlight some of the most important information in this just released report.
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