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However if prior users are keeping their technology secret while being protected that leap-frogging from one breakthrough to the next be impeded Disclosure is the backbone of the progression of the sciences for this reason T he ultimate goal…

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We must find reasonable ways to stop infringement of intellectual property on the Internet Such a solution must be fair to the victim of the infringement It must uphold the principles of the Constitution of the United States And…

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To all those who can read the Constitution it has to be clear that the Supreme Court s decision in Golan v Holder is absurd It is a ridiculous decision that lacks intellectual honesty and defies common sense Further…

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The Obama government restructuring plan is of particular importance within the patent community because it will affect the Commerce Department as well as five smaller agencies As soon as I heard that my Spidey-senses started tingling Wasn't there something…

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There has to be some patent attorneys living in the portions of Montgomery and Prince George Counties represented by Congressman Van Hollen There has to be some patent law firms in Dallas with ties to Congressman Hensarling and or…

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As the Super Committee struggles to find nearly trillion in revenue or savings they should take a serious look at the proposal to give the US Patent and Trademark Office greater control over its budget and fees by creating…

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The United States Patent and Trademark Office USPTO released two Federal Register Notices on October seeking written comments and announcing two public hearings for two studies the agency is required to conduct under the America Invents Act Specifically Congress…

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I have done quite a bit of writing about the America Invents Act but I have been a bit derelict in providing the sequel to America Invents A Simple Guide to Patent Reform Part Part of the reason if…

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It is fair to say that enactment of the AIA is not what most stakeholders championed early on Many small inventors and innovation companies feel that some of the provisions are not in their best interest IT would have…

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It isn't exactly a newflash to announce that Washington D C is dsyfunctional anyone paying attention over the past few years has long since come to that conclusion Thus it is hardly breaking news to report that Congress is…

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So the point is that there is the language of the bill and then there is what we were told was in the bill which actually isn t what is in the bill if you are reading the plain…

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The president says that s the fault of recalcitrant Republicans in Congress Republicans in Congress say it s the fault of a president who is hostile to business But the real reason we are not putting people back to…

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