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Judge Michel explained legislators are proposing bills because they are being heavily lobbied by a small but powerful and well-funded coalition of companies He highlighted the common problem with the nine active bills currently before Congress If passed the…

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Over the years IPWatchdog com has continued to try and add additional perspectives from a wide variety of guest contributors ranging from well respected practicing attorneys and agents to high profile academics to inventors and pro-patent lobbyists It is…

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At this time of the year all typically sit back and reflect on the year that has been spend time with family and friends watch some football and set a course to follow into the new year So here…

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At these types of ceremonies everyone says such nice things but what Judges Newman Linn and Lourie said about Judge Michel seemed particularly heartfelt and they seemed almost saddened to see their friend choose to leave and set out…

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A packed room of at least individuals including the newly retired Chief Judge Paul Michel former USPTO Director Q Todd Dickinson former USPTO Director Bruce Lehman and others listened to Kappos give an impassioned speech about how innovation can…

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As I ve said before no one could rightly accuse me of being biased against patents But as I also pointed out in this article on Judge Rader s dissent in Media Technologies Licensing LLC v The Upper Deck…

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For most of us patent prosecutors Judge Newman is our hero She is one of us On some occasions the patent planets even align and Judge Newman gets to write the majority opinion in a Federal Circuit case And…

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Intent to deceive was admitted if you can believe that but as it turns out the prior art withheld a prior sale was not invalidating and would not have lead to an appropriate rejection by the Patent Office Nevertheless…

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On February the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit issued an order in Hyatt v Kappos vacating the previous decision issued by a judge panel on August when the case was then styled Hyatt v Doll…

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The appeal in Lucent Technologies Inc v Gateway Inc from the Southern District of California was considered in many quarters as the potentially seminal case on how to calculate damages based on a reasonable royalty using the Georgia-Pacific factors…

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Here is another listing of some interesting things I stumbled across over the last week which I likely won t have time to write a full article about but which are worth knowing about and reading Judge Michel Speaks…

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For years I have known for Doug Lichtman at least in a virtual Internet kind of way He was kind enough to share his thoughts and views about patent law and scholarship when I was cutting my teeth trying…

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