patent

With a recent op-ed in the Economist and a segment on NPR's Planet Money, it seems as if an awareness of the high cost of the outmoded, traditional patent system is finally creeping into the mainstream.
0 comments Posted 2 Aug 2011 by Colin Dodd (Red Hat) Feed
With a recent op-ed in the Economist and a segment on NPR's Planet Money, it seems as if an awareness of the high cost of the outmoded, traditional patent system is finally creeping into the mainstream.
0 comments Posted 2 Aug 2011 by Colin Dodd (Red Hat) Feed
Software patents
After you cast your vote, tell us what you think about the FTC weighing in on patent reform or if software patents are too abstract to patent. Comments welcome.
11 comments Posted 28 Apr 2011 by Rob Tiller (Red Hat) Feed
Software patents
After you cast your vote, tell us what you think about the FTC weighing in on patent reform or if software patents are too abstract to patent. Comments welcome.
11 comments Posted 28 Apr 2011 by Rob Tiller (Red Hat) Feed
Patent decisions are usually pretty dry stuff, but In Media Technologies Licensing, LLC v. The Upper Deck Co. is a patent lawsuit about sports trading cards. This is what a patent claim for a trading card looks like:
1 comment Posted 2 Mar 2010 by Pam Chestek Feed
As a child growing up in India, one of the first things I learned is a hymn to Saraswati, the Goddess of Knowledge, which says that: Wonderful is your gift of knowledgethe more we share, the more it growsthe more we hoard it, the more it diminishes As a grown-up living in a globalized world, I am... Read more
114 comments Posted 16 Dec 2009 by Venkatesh Hariharan (Venky) (Red Hat) Feed
Let's bring back barratry, maintenance, and champerty for patent lawsuits.  Combine that with a limitation on the assignment of patents and a lot of patent trolls would be out of business. This is what barratry, maintenance and champerty meant in England in 1916:
24 comments Posted 12 Nov 2009 by Pam Chestek Feed

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