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Two new ways to file at the EPO
The current EPO online filing software, whose days are numbered... The EPO has publicly launched two new filing systems, which were in pilot testing until now. In due course these systems will replace the EPOline filing software currently used by most European patent attorneys (shown...
PTAB Update -- A Review of the First Round of Comments -- Part 2
By Andrew Williams -- As we have previously reported, the USPTO has been seeking feedback on the PTAB trial proceedings established by the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act. A Federal Register notice from June 27, 2014, contained a "Request for Comments on Trial Proceedings...
Dear Facebook: Sorry is a Start. Now Let's See Solutions.
When it comes to Facebook’s real names policy, it’s really clear—something needs to change. Over the last few weeks, we’ve joined dozens of advocates in saying so. And in a meeting with LGBTQ and digital rights advocates, Facebook agreed. Of course, admitting there’s a problem...
U.S. Patent No. 7,670,220: Racing games and other games having garage, showroom, and test drive...
U.S. Patent No. 7,670,220: Racing games and other games having garage, showroom, and test drive features Issued March 2, 2010, to Microsoft Summary: The ‘220 patent describes a racing game where players enter a showroom filled with cars from which he can select one to race. The...

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Two Women Join the Growing Club of Female Law Firm Leaders
This month brings notable firsts at two well-known law firms, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP and Bryan Cave LLP, where women are assuming the chair role for the first time in each firm's history.
Intellectual property roundup
“Our mangled patent system,” Cato podcast with Eli Dourado of the Mercatus Center Critique of federal circuit [ Dourado at Cato Unbound ] Since SCOTUS’s June decision in Alice v. CLS Bank, many courts have struck down software patents as too-abstract [ Timothy Lee, Vox ]...
If They Could, Real Ninjas Everywhere Would Be Crying
What could possibly bring a ninja warrior to tears? Well, if ninjas could cry, the thought of what this man tried to do dressed as a ninja might do it. As reported by myfoxorlando.com: It was a scary morning for a local woman when, deputies say, a man in a ninja mask attacked her...
"Lawsuit: AL statute intimidates minors seeking abortions."
Brian Lyman of The Montgomery Advertiser has this report . AL.com reports that " ACLU sues to fight new Alabama restrictions on minors seeking abortions without parental consent ." And The Associated Press reports that " ACLU challenges new Alabama abortion law ."
Larry Craig Can't Catch a Break
First the guy in the stall next to him turns out to be an undercover cop, then they won't let him withdraw his guilty plea, then he has to retire from the Senate, now they're all "you can't use campaign...                   Related Stories Legally Dead Man Sentenced to Be Actually Dead...

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