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Inline Plastics Corp. v. EasyPak, LLC (Fed. Cir. 2015)
Claim Terms Not Limited to Specific Embodiment By Joseph Herndon -- In Inline Plastics Corp. v. EasyPak, LLC, the Federal Circuit offered some bits of wisdom for patent application specification drafting, while applying well-known case law to conclude that claims are not limited to a...
Judge Expresses Frustration With Overbroad Discovery Requests for Social Media...
Photo credit: Underwater fishing net // As we’ve discussed before , social media accounts are honeypots in litigation; they are irresistible data sources as an encapsulation of a person’s life. As a result, it’s become routine for litigators to seek massive amounts of social...
Stupid Patent of the Month: A Drink Mixer Attacks the Internet of Things
Imagine if the inventor of the Segway claimed to own “any thing that moves in response to human commands.” Or if the inventor of the telegraph applied for a patent covering any use of electric current for communication. Absurdly overbroad claims like these would not be allowed, right...
EFF to Supreme Court: Police Need a Warrant for Americans’ Cell Phone Location Records
Florida Case Allowing Unconstitutional Mobile Phone Tracking Needs Review by High Court Washington D.C.—Americans have the right to expect that digital records of their daily travels—when they left home, where they went, and how long they stayed—is private...

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Four Months In Jail For Possession Of … Salt?
Yes, you’re right. It wasn’t just any old salt. It was Epsom salt! As reported by The Fraser Coast Chronicle: A Maryborough man charged with “ice” possession spent four months in prison waiting for forensic analysis of the substance – but was later released when testing...
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Marcia Narine on D.C. Circuit’s recent ruling striking down part of Dodd-Frank conflict mineral disclosure rule [ Business Law Prof ] More on suit challenging constitutionality of FATCA , the law complicating many expatriates’ lives [ Paul Mirengoff, PowerLine ] “Jury Will...
"Judges' procedural questions hint at skepticism on California death penalty ban"
Maura Dolan of The Los Angeles Times has this report . Bob Egelko of The San Francisco Chronicle reports that " Federal judges hint they'll bow out of challenge to death penalty ." Howard Mintz of The San Jose Mercury News reports that " California death penalty under court...
UCLA's A.J. Julius declines Harvard offer
A good retention for UCLA. Harvard is 0 for 2 now in its attempts to hire in moral/political philosophy, with T.M. Scanlon's retirement imminent.

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