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Best of 2006: No more Star Chamber opinions

Likelihood of Confusion

Posted on April 17, 2006. The post Best of 2006: No more Star Chamber opinions appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™. The Legal Times reports: The Supreme Court on Wednesday adopted a historic rule change that will allow lawyers to cite so-called unpublished opinions in federal.

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Superior to lump of coal: Blawg Review Awards 2006

Likelihood of Confusion

The post Superior to lump of coal: Blawg Review Awards 2006 appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™. “It’s a new tradition on the last Monday of each year for an anonymous editor to announce the Blawg Review Awards for the best law blogs in numerous categories.” ” This.

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Best of 2006: Side by side comparison doesn’t decide likelihood of confusion

Likelihood of Confusion

Originally posted on July 11, 2006. The post Best of 2006: Side by side comparison doesn’t decide likelihood of confusion appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™. This is an important decision: The Second Circuit Court of Appeals has partially reversed the earlier ruling of the U.S. District Court for the.

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The 2006 Weblog Awards: Best Law Blog

Likelihood of Confusion

The post The 2006 Weblog Awards: Best Law Blog appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™. Vote here if you like that sort of thing! LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION? Uh, no, we’re not nominated. But it’s an honor just to be, uh, allowed to.

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LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION® in 2006: “Is Google a utility?”

Likelihood of Confusion

I posted this in August, 2006. I don’t think the question has been answered yet: We wrote about the Kinderstart lawsuit against Google, claiming an unfairly depressed Google search rank, The post LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION® in 2006: “Is Google a utility?” ” appeared first on LIKELIHOOD OF CONFUSION™.

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Federal Circuit Affirms PTAB’s Ruling of Swearing Behind a Prior Art Reference

Intellectual Property Law Blog

Background The challenged patents all claim priority to a common application filed on May 3, 2006, and share a common specification. Patents 8,048,032, RE45,380, RE45,776, RE45,760, and RE47,379 (collectively, “the challenged patents”) under pre-AIA’s first-to-invent provisions.

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Natera and the Power of the Patent

JD Supra Law

At least since the Supreme Court’s eBay decision in 2006, a vocal contingent has been decrying the erosion of patent rights. The entry of a preliminary injunction in Natera, Inc. NeoGenomics Laboratories, Inc. that would remove one of only two cancer-detection products of its kind from the market will not end the debate over patent strength.

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