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Stewart Title Guaranty Co. v. Segin Software, LLC (PTAB 2014)
By Michael Borella -- On April 12, 2013, Segin Software sued Stewart Title and several other parties for infringement of U.S. Patent No. 8,165,939. The defendants filed a petition with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office requesting post-grant review of claims 1-10 of the '939 patent under...
Book Review: Origin Mystery Series by A.G. Riddle
This is a series of three books. The Atlantis Gene , The Atlantis Plague , and The Atlantis World . They are science fiction, involving different alien worlds, and deal with climate change only in passing. However, those few climate change references were rather interesting. I learned from...
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Around the weblogs.   Over on the increasingly busy SOLO IP blog, IPKat team member  contrasts the fortunes  of IP practitioners in small practices with those of medical practitioners: which has had the better deal over the past few decades?  Having survived...
Colombian Student Faces Prison Charges for Sharing an Academic Article Online
In many parts of the developing world, students face barriers to access academic materials. Libraries are often inadequate, and schools and universities are often unable to pay dues for expensive, specialized databases. For these students, the Internet is a vital tool and resource to...

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And You Call Yourself A Park Ranger!
There are bad apples in every profession. Yes, there are even bad park rangers, but probably very few that are this bad. In fact, I’ll bet this guy isn’t even a park ranger! Per The San Francisco Chronicle: Marin County authorities are warning hikers to beware of a man claiming to be a park...
Hey, where’d my car go?
If you last saw it in the small town of Hamlet, N.C., it might have been impounded by the police on low-level charges and then sold for scrap to junkyards in a series of what appear to be irregular and under-monitored transactions. “In police files were two court orders, signed by a state...
"Progressives learn the hard way that the Constitution is obstructionist"
Online at The Washington Post, Charles Lane has an op-ed that begins, "President Obama's plan to transform the U.S. health-care market is once again in trouble. This time, two Republican-appointed judges on a federal appeals court have invalidated a key portion of the program."
I'm considering posting about...
... this article on procrastination , and I'm pondering exactly how to do it, and the whole time I'm distracted by this plan I formed 10 minutes ago to shut off the computer and go to bed.
Backup Tapes Scrutinized As Hunt for Missing IRS Emails Resumes
WASHINGTON—The inspector general for the Internal Revenue Service is reviewing some agency computer backup tapes to find out whether missing emails are still recoverable , Commissioner John Koskinen said at a congressional hearing Wednesday. Mr. Koskinen's...

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