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Thu Jun 22



Game Inventions: Pittsburgh inventor gets kick out of new game
Heraldstandard [INVENTOR]
Rob DeMoss never thought that kicking a bowl with Disney characters on it with his 2-year-old son would lead to the invention of a new game. The Menallen Township man is the inventor of Kick Hockey, a combination of soccer and hockey, and is showing off his creation at the Invention and New Product Exposition in Pittsburgh. "I was living in Perryopolis in 1995 and was just kicking a bowl around the kitchen floor with my son, Collin," DeMoss said. "I just had the idea that this cou [...]




Thu Jun 22



Words matter
Likelihoodofconfusion [MATTER]
Words are almost everything in a trademark registration, notwithstanding that one drawing.  Stick with me.  It's going to get a little esoteric - not to say woolly - but hey,... [...]




Wed Jun 21



How to Turn Your Hobby into a Profitable Business
Business-opportunities.biz [BUSINESS]
Have you ever heard that old saying, “If you truly love what you do, you will never work a day in your life”? Well, you can take that saying to heart, because it couldn’t be truer. The only real problem is finding a job that allows you to do something you truly love. This is why many people are turning their hobbies into full-fledged businesses, and you can do the same. Below you will learn how. The post <a rel="nofollow" href="Opportunities. [...]




Thu Jun 22



Patents: A pioneers new products help readers who are blind or dyslexic.
Fortune [PATENT]
He revolutionized the way that many blind people read when he invented a machine that scanned printed material and read it aloud, and when Ray Kurzweil sold the device to Xerox for $6 million, he could have retired and lived comfortably off the proceeds. Instead, the restless, ebullient MIT-trained engineer and entrepreneur continues to create new products, through He revolutionized the way that many blind people read when he invented a machine that scanned printed material and read it aloud, an [...]




Wed Jun 21



A googol of generic questions in Ninth Circuits Elliott v Google decision
IPKitten [GOOGLE]
If you were going to ask a friend to search something online, what word or phrase would you use to direct him or her to conduct that search? "IPKat it", of course! Kat jokes aside, this question was at the center of the recent Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (Ninth Circuit) judgment in Elliott v. Google.The dispute concerned the attempt of Mr. Gillespie (later joined in the suit by Mr. Elliott) to acquire 763 domain names such as “googledisney.com” and“googlebarackobama.com”, all cont [...]




Wed Jun 21



New Papers on on FRAND, SEPs, Holdup & Holdout, Part 3
Comparativepatentremedies [HOLDUP]
1. Igor Nikolic has posted a paper on ssrn titled Alternative Remedies for Standard Essential Patents Disputes. Here is a link to the paper, and here is the abstract:The possibility to seek and obtain injunctions for the infringement of Standard Essential Patents (SEPs) is limited in both the US and the EU. The reasons for restricting the use of injunctions is due to concern of patent holdup, i.e. the possibility of SEP holder to force standard-implementers to accept onerous licensing terms, e [...]

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