Monthly Archives: April 2005

Claim Construction: The Dictionary/Specification Dichotomy (20/04/2005) from Mondaq

Claim Construction: The Dictionary/Specification Dichotomy (20/04/2005) from Mondaq: “20 April 2005 Article by John R. Wetherell, Ph.D. and Michelle Mehok Companies understand that in order to protect their technology from competitors, the company must have a strong patent portfolio. However, … Continue reading

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Responding to Restriction Requirements

Anything Under the Sun Made By Man: Responding to Restriction Requirements: “Responding to Restriction Requirements I recently had a three way restriction requirement from the US PTO on an application. The examiner had restricted the invention three ways: 1. An … Continue reading

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Anything Under the Sun Made By Man: Vagueness in the Written Description

Anything Under the Sun Made By Man: Vagueness in the Written Description: “April 07, 2005 Vagueness in the Written Description One of the biggest challenges in writing the written description is that it is almost impossible to guess how the … Continue reading

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Legal Outsourcing Industry

Following list of selected legal outsourcing activity was compiled and is maintained by Joy London, author of the blog excited utterances and Ron Friedmann, President of Prism Legal Consulting, Inc and author of the blog Strategic Legal Technology. We have observed … Continue reading

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Briefed in Banglore

A law.com – Article: “Briefed in Bangalore -Legal services are moving offshore — will India’s lawyers help reshape the U.S. legal market? by Helen Coste, The American Lawyer 11-01-2004 In recent months Microsoft Corp. began using Indian professionals to search … Continue reading

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Pierce Law IP News Blog | All the IP News that’s fit to blog.

Pierce Law IP News Blog | All the IP News that’s fit to blog.: “The Next Time You Want to do the ‘Tree Pose,’ it Might Be Wise to Check First With the Copyright Office Submitted by Carey on Sat, … Continue reading

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PATENTS -FACTS and MYTHS

PATENTS & TRADEMARKS > FACTS & MYTHS PATENTS MAKE PEOPLE RICH There is no guarantee that an invention, design, or plant that is patented will sell. In fact, most patents do not generate income for their owners. (See sidebar) Fact … Continue reading

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