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Pay the toll to the troll: Patent reform is dead, for now at least

Posted by   /  May 21, 2014  /  Intellectual Property  /  No Comments

By Kent Hoover | Phoenix Business Journal So much for patent reform — Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Pat Leahy, D-Vt., has given up on the legislation for now. In a statement, Leahy said he still thinks legislation is needed to “address the problem of patent trolls who are misusing the patent system.” But he said […]

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CARTOON OF THE WEEK

Posted by   /  April 17, 2014  /  Intellectual Property, PHOTOS/CARTOONS  /  No Comments

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Legislators heed solar sector’s clarion call to modify investment tax credit

Posted by   /  March 21, 2014  /  Energy and Environment, Intellectual Property  /  No Comments

By Mark Del Franco | Solar Industry If several recently introduced legislative bills give any indication, Congress has heard the call from solar energy advocates to modify the investment tax credit (ITC). The ITC, which expires Dec. 31, 2016, currently pays a credit of 30% for qualifying projects. If no changes are made, the credit […]

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Coyotes’ name change faces trademark tussle

Posted by   /  February 6, 2014  /  Intellectual Property, Sports  /  No Comments

By Caitlin McGlade | The Republic | azcentral.com The Phoenix Coyotes’ marketing slogan once was “Hockey the hard way,” and that apparently extends even to a name change. Coyotes team President and CEO Anthony LeBlanc announced last week that the National Hockey League franchise will become the Arizona Coyotes next season. However, a Phoenix man […]

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The death of email

Posted by   /  January 31, 2014  /  Cyberlaw, Intellectual Property, Rose Law Group  /  No Comments

By Mark Leiser | The Drum The latest in a series of very loose cyberlaw predictions for 2014, which also includes: More social media lunacy. The cloud gets a whole lot larger. The Internet starts to erase itself, much to Google’s chagrin. Facebook implodes. For the first time in the history of 3D printing, a […]

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[EDITORIAL] Is Scottsdale ever going to do anything about the poaching of its name? Can it?

Posted by   /  January 7, 2014  /  Intellectual Property  /  No Comments

Arizona Progress & Gazette (Editor’s note: Posting opinion pieces does not necessarily reflect the opinions of Rose Law Group.) If the City of Scottsdale was a private company it would have, and should have, sued numerous companies and cities for violating its intellectual property. Because “Scottsdale” is a notable brand many others have appropriated it. […]

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Court to rule on patent rights

Posted by   /  December 10, 2013  /  Courts/Law, Intellectual Property  /  No Comments

By Lyle Denniston | SCOTUSblog Renewing its recent fascination with the kinds of inventions that can be patented, the Supreme Court on Friday agreed to clarify when an analytical method implemented by a computer or by a link on the Internet is eligible for monopoly protection.  This was the only new case granted.  The Court […]

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The List: Trolls, 3-D printing top intellectual property concerns – Rose Law Group attorney, Evan Bolick, comments to the Phoenix Business Journal

Posted by   /  December 9, 2013  /  Intellectual Property  /  No Comments

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Mike Sunnucks Phoenix Business Journal Intellectual property theft costs U.S. businesses as much as $300 billion year, according to federal estimates. While much of IP theft occurs in China and other foreign markets, there are significant home-grown intellectual property concerns, according to the Commission on the Theft of American Intellectual Property. We asked the Valley’s […]

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House targets patent trolls, but will small businesses be hit as well?

Posted by   /  December 6, 2013  /  Government and Politics, Intellectual Property  /  No Comments

By Kent Hoover | Phoenix Business Journal Many business groups praised House passage of legislation aimed at helping businesses fight frivolous lawsuits filed by so-called “patent trolls.” But some fear the legitimate rights of some small businesses could be trampled as Congress rushes to protect companies from bad actors who assert patent claims only as […]

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Federal judges voice alarm about new patent legislation [VIDEO]

Posted by   /  November 4, 2013  /  Intellectual Property  /  No Comments

By Laurie Self of Qualcomm (sponsor-generated content) That’s a worry increasingly voiced by some of the federal judges most experienced in handling patent infringement cases. At a recent Innovation Alliance event, Judge Kathleen O’Malley of the U.S. Appeals Court for the Federal Circuit, which handles all patent-case appeals, was the latest to express alarm at […]

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