Patently-O Bits and Bytes

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    • Leviton Manufacturing (Long Island, New York) needs to hire a patent agent to manage both US and Foreign prosecution.
    • The International IP firm of Ladas and Parry seeks EE patent prosecutors in Los Angeles as well as IP attorneys with their own books of business.
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    • In Washington, D.C., the firm of Smith, Grambrell & Russell, LLP is seeking an experienced patent attorney with a mechanical engineering background.
  • Speaking of MBHB.
    • I'm proud to announce that Team USA is champion the 2010 Patent Cup Regatta held this year off the island of Marstrand in Sweden. Team USA included three MBHB partners – Leif Sigmond (captain), Marcus Thymian, and Michael Gannon – along with Derek Minihane of Cochlear. The US team beat-out competing teams from Canada, Brazil, France, Germany, UK, and the EPO. [Link]
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    • WhitServe LLC v. Benesch Friedlander Coplan & Aranoff LLP et al., 8-10-cv-01639 (D. Md. 2010). [Zura]

5 thoughts on “Patently-O Bits and Bytes

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    Was the CEO sailing in the gulf? Perhaps he might be more concerned after he cleans his lovely boat after a jaunt through one of the slicks there.

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    Wasn’t it the CEO of BP who, in spite of millions of gallons of crude oil a day gushing into the Gulf of Mexico, wanted to “get back to his personal life” and go sailing?

    As much as I love to hoist a halyard, it seems like a bad time in history to be worrying about sailing… (or at least glorifying it)

    Kind of like golfing while the economy is tanking; or fiddling while Rome is burning.

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