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Teaching IP to kids with Ed Shearling, Kitty Perry and friends
Ducks can come up with great logos in a matter of minutes Many people have puzzled over how to educate the public about intellectual property.  This task is even harder when trying to educate children.  The UK IPO believes it has found a solution... Children like cartoons...
More Aqua Products Fallout -- Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. v. Godo...
By Andrew Williams -- In November, Chief Judge David P. Ruschke of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office's Patent Trial and Appeal Board issued a memorandum entitled "Guidance on Motions to Amend in view of Aqua Products" (see "PTAB Motions to Amend Post-Aqua Products -...
EFF to Court: Requiring Universities to Ban Anonymous Online Speech Platforms on Campus...
Requiring public universities to ban access to anonymous online speech platforms would undermine activism occurring on those campuses and violate the First Amendment, EFF argued in a brief filed on Thursday. Plaintiffs in the case, Feminist Majority Foundation et al. v...
USPTO Updates Section 101 “Subject Matter Eligibility” Judicial Decisions References
Ann Robl You may be aware that the USPTO has a “Subject Matter Eligibility” webpage with links to resources regarding how patent examiners are to evaluate claims for patent subject matter eligibility under 35 U.S.C. § 101. This month, the USPTO updated their “Quick Reference” sheet...

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Dental Chain Kool Smiles Settles After Whistleblowers Reveal Predatory Business Tactics
National dental chain Kool Smiles will pay $24 million to settle allegations that it and an affiliate routinely billed Medicaid for root canals and other unnecessary work performed on impoverished children. As reported in the Hartford Courant, the case against Kool Smiles came into...
The Frozen Butt Hang — winter hammock camping in Wisconsin.
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has a long article (with some good pictures) about this annual event. Patterned after a Minnesota event, it was started by Nick Gordon, who "vowed to start my own in Wisconsin." It's been as cold as -41° with snow as deep as 3 feet. "I think winter camping...
Philosophy professor (and Hegel specialist!) runs for Congress in Georgia
Richard Winfield from the University of Georgia. A write-up from The Nation. I hope he wins! (Thanks to Alejandro Bárcenas for the pointer.)
Harvard Professor: Hillary Clinton Could Still Be President
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Regulation, Statutory Interpretation, and Questionable Libation
Generally speaking, products we ingest like food, beverages, drugs and nutritional supplements are subject to basic regulations so we as consumers know what we are putting into our bodies. Things like ingredients, quantity, and source come to mind as basic information that should be...

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