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Elliott Erwitt can kiss my ass (in New York)

The Skit

Last week I received an offer from the Strand Gallery in New York to show my latest body of work entitled ‘Everybody Sharts.’ It’s a collection of mixed-media pieces where I appropriate photographs, color them selectively, and doodle on them in order to express my artistic vision. 874 more words

Say What You Mean, Mean What You Say

As we have discussed here, fashion is about nothing if not intellectual property, and most fashion intellectual property is comparatively easy to copy or emulate without great expense. 432 more words

Intellectual Property

Halo Electronics, Inc. v. Pulse Electronics, Inc. et al.


Docket Nos. 2013-1462, -1656

LOURIE, O’MALLEY, HUGHES
October 22, 2014

Brief Summary: No direct infringement by disputed products were ordered, manufactured, shipped, delivered and paid for abroad despite pricing and contracting negotiations in the US. 527 more words

Infringement

Apple defeats $94 million patent infringement suit

Apple on Wednesday defeated a civil suit put forth by GPNE, a non-practicing patent holding company in Honolulu, that was seeking nearly $100 million in damages. 227 more words

Apple News

Here's Looking At You, Kid

A little bit of history

Alright, not way back in history, but let’s go back to the Clint Eastwood staring 2012 film Trouble With the Curve.  278 more words

Entertainment

Arab Lorry with Fake Sports Shoes Stopped At Border Crossing

An East Jerusalem Arab lorry driver carrying 5000 pairs of Nike and Adidas sports shoes was stopped at the Al Zaim border crossing (near Maaleh Adumim, East of Jerusalem) yesterday. 117 more words

Cardsoft, LLC v. Verifone, Inc. et al.


Docket Nos. 2014-1135

PROST, TARANTO, HUGHES
October 17, 2014

Brief Summary: The FC panel concluded “the district court erred by failing to give ‘virtual machine’ its ordinary and customary meaning”. 381 more words

Claim Construction