Monthly Archives: May 2013

Missed Opportunity in the US to Clarify Conditions for Software Patents

May has been an interesting month in the world of software patents. This post is about a US court decision ruling that a particular software invention is not patentable. I’ve written another post about a UK court decision that confimrs the patentability of a different software invention and that helps clarify UK practice.   The […]

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UK Court Affirms Patentability of Software

May has been an interesting month in the world of software patents. This post is about a decision of a UK court ruling that a particular software invention is patentable. I’ve written another post about a US court decision that represents a missed opportunity to bring some clarity to this area.   The UK Court […]

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A Blogging Trollogy*

This is my third post about patent trolls. This time it’s simply to point you in the direction of an interesting series of posts by the IPKat.     The IPKat is an intellectual property blog that started in 2003 and is recommended reading for anyone interested in general IP. They have published a series […]

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