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Katy Perry And Orlando Bloom Spark Rekindled Romance Rumours As They Flirt Up A Storm On Instagram

Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom sent fans into meltdown on Valentine’s Day after they exchanged a series of flirty messages on social media, leading people to believe they could be getting back together. 275 more words


What Are My Chances Of Winning A Government Lawbreaker Appeal?

Trusted Federal Criminal Activity Infraction Appeals Lawyer

If you have been convicted of a government criminal offense, an essential factor to consider in figuring out whether you must submit and seek an allure in a government… 654 more words

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Federal Circuit starts 2018 with two favorable decisions for software patents

After issuing two very negative decisions that called the future of software patent-eligbility into question, in January 2018 the Federal Circuit moved its software patent-eligibility pendulum back in the direction of finding eligible subject matter in software patents. 1,143 more words


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Grounded. Forthright. Sensual about your s**t. The builders of the zodiac, your ability to turn ideas into tangible realities also makes you practical, logical, and highly dependable. 1,384 more words

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The Federal Circuit Strikes Ban on Registering "Immoral" or "Scandalous" Trademarks

By Alesha Dominique

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (“Federal Circuit”) has struck down the Lanham Act’s ban on the registration of “immoral” or “scandalous” trademarks as an unconstitutional restriction of free speech under the First Amendment.  466 more words

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Pro Tip: Draft Patent Claims to Avoid Multi-Party Infringement

Travel Sentry v. Tropp (Fed. Cir. 2017)

The Takeaway: Wherever possible, claims should be drafted to target a single party infringer. Though Limelight Networks v. 944 more words

Divided Infringment