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To promote innovation the proper balance of competition and patent

FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION To Promote Innovation: The Proper Balance of Competition and Patent Law and Policy A Report by the Federal Trade Commission October 2003 FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION TIMOTHY J. MURIS MOZELLE W. THOMPSON ORSON SWINDLE THOMAS B. LEARY PAMELA JONES HARBOUR Chairman Commissioner Commissioner Commissioner Commissioner Susan A. Creighton J. Howard Beales III Luke Froeb William E. Kovacic Anna H. Davis Rosemarie A. Straight Director, Bureau of Competition Director, Bureau of Consumer Protection Director, Bureau of Economics General Counsel Director, Office of Congressional Relations Executive Director Report Contributors Susan S. DeSanti, Deputy General Counsel for Policy Studies, Office of the General Counsel William E. Cohen, Assistant General Counsel for Policy Studies, Office of the General Counsel Gail F. Levine, Deputy Assistant General Counsel for Policy Studies, Office of the General Counsel Hillary J. Greene, Project Director for Intellectual Property, Office of the General Counsel Matthew Bye, Attorney, Policy Studies, Office of General Counsel Michael S. Wroblewski, Assistant General Counsel for Policy Studies, Office of the General Counsel Robin Moore, formerly Attorney, Policy Studies, Office of General Counsel Michael Barnett, formerly Attorney, Policy Studies, Office of General Counsel Nicole Gorham, Legal Assistant, Policy Studies, Office of General Counsel Cecile Kohrs, Legal Assistant, Policy Studies, Office of General Counsel David Scheffman, formerly Director, Bureau of Economics Mark Frankena, Associate Director for Competition Analysis, Bureau of Economics Roy Levy, Economist, Economic Policy Analysis, Bureau of Economics Alden F. Abbott, Assistant Director for Policy and Evaluation, Bureau of Competition Suzanne Michel, Special Counsel for Intellectual Property, Bureau of Competition Paige Pidano, formerly Legal Assistant, Bureau of Competition Karina Lubell, formerly Legal Assistant, Bureau of Competition Inquiries concerning this report should be directed to: Susan S. DeSanti, Deputy General Counsel for Policy Studies, Office of the General Counsel (202) 326-3190 or

Patent Transparency and Improvements Act of 2013

A bill to promote transparency in patent ownership and make other improvements to the patent system, and for other purposes. IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES llllllllll Mr. LEAHY (for himself, Mr. LEE, and Mr. WHITEHOUSE) introduced the following bill; which was read twice and referred to the Committee on llllllllll A BILL A bill to promote transparency in patent ownership and make other improvements to the patent system, and for other purposes. 1 Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa- 2 tives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, 3 SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE; TABLE OF CONTENTS. 4 (a) SHORT TITLE.—This Act may be cited as the 5 ‘‘Patent Transparency and Improvements Act of 2013’’. 6 (b) TABLE OF CONTENTS.—The table of contents for 7 this Act is as follows: Sec. Sec. Sec. Sec. 1. 2. 3. 4. Short title; table of contents. Definitions. Transparency of patent ownership. Customer stay. ALB13912 S.L.C. 2 Sec. Sec. Sec. Sec. Sec. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Bad-faith demand letters. Small business education, outreach, and information access. Improved post-issuance procedures. Protection of intellectual-property licenses in bankruptcy. Codification of the double-patenting doctrine for first-inventor-to-file patents. Sec. 10. Technical corrections to the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act. Sec. 11. Reports. Sec. 12. Effective date. 1 SEC. 2. DEFINITIONS. 2 In this Act: 3 (1) DIRECTOR.—The term ‘‘Director’’ means 4 the Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual 5 Property and Director of the United States Patent 6 and Trademark Office. 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 (2) OFFICE.—The term ‘‘Office’’ means the United States Patent and Trademark Office. SEC. 3. TRANSPARENCY OF PATENT OWNERSHIP. (a) JUDICIAL PROCEEDINGS.— (1) IN GENERAL.—Section 281 of title 35, United States Code, is amended— (A) by striking ‘‘A patentee’’ and inserting ‘‘(a) IN GENERAL.—A patentee’’; and (B) by adding at the end the following: ‘‘(b) INITIAL DISCLOSURE.—The court shall require...

Marvel's The Avengers - Walther-Rathenau-Gymnasiums

insidethemagic. S.H.I.E.L.D is an international peace keeping agency. In the agency are the. Marvel Superheroes, for example Iron Man, Hulk, Thor, Captain ... Marvel Superheroes, for example Iron Man, Hulk, Thor, Captain America, Hawkeye and Black Widow. Loki and his team want to destroy the earth. The herores need all their powers to save the world. The director of the movie is Joss Whedon. The actors of the herores are Robert Doney (Iron Man), Chris Evans (Captian America), Mark Ruffalo (Hulk), Chris Hemsworth (Thor), Scarlett Johannson (Black Window), Jemery Renner (Hawkeye) and Tom Hiddleston (Loki). My opinion is that this movie is very good because it is exciting. If anybody likes, the Marvel Films,then it is the right film. Besides it is very cool when all the superherores work in one team to fight against Loki. The next part comes 2014 ...

hulk vs. the abomination. ang lee's arthouse ... - Nick de Semlyen

Visa Inc. has teamed up with Marvel Comics to create a new financial literacy ..., this unique partnership features Spider-Man, Iron Man, Thor, Hulk ... and energetic Frenchman who, as a young boy, marvelled at Bruce — or rather, ‘David’ — Banner’s small-screen adventures. After hearing about the project at a meeting with Marvel, the director of the two Transporter films flew home to Paris and worked with a graphic artist friend to create a series of illustrations, which he sent to the studio. Not long after, he was offered the job. Visiting Leterrier at Hulk HQ, a building complex in West LA that also houses production offices for Iron Man and Transformers 2, Empire gets a first-hand look at the paintings, which are spectacular, cinematic and gloriously over-the-top. One portrays Hulk grappling with not one, not two, but six polar bears; in another the gamma freak trashes an NYPD squad car; while a third shows Hulk squatting beneath a moonlit Central Park bridge, as oblivious passers-by stroll above. Between them they showcase all the potential — from comedy to tragedy to pulse-pounding excitement — inherent in the character. Leterrier’s office is littered with more toys than Harry Knowles’ basement: Hulk hands sit alongside towers of comics and prototype action figures for the new movie. Even after two years of 18-hour days and endless debates over details as minor as whether Bruce Banner wears jeans or chinos, the director’s enthusiasm for big green lunks in

Friends of Sarah P. Duke Gardens Magazine Spring Issue No. 57

dear friends, Welcome to our latest edition of Flora. After three years of near constant construction, tranquility returns to Duke Gardens in 2013. As I write, the plantings added to and around our new features – including the Main Entry Allée, the Mary Duke Biddle Rose Garden and the Page-Rollins White Garden – are breaking dormancy. Our usual late winter display of redbuds and magnolias in the Asiatic Arboretum is a bit late, as we actually had a winter this year…but spring is in the air. In the following pages you will discover some of our curators’ favorite plants and gain insight into their design process. Paul Jones discusses his enhancement of our Moss Garden and Mike Owens takes us through the planning for our seasonal displays on the Terraces. Jan Little takes a look ahead to the first full year of programming in the Charlotte Brody Discovery Garden and Orla Swift introduces us to the new Duke Gardens website. I hope you enjoy reading about some of the volunteers and Duke Students who work with us and the new additions to our staff, including our first endowed position, the Paul J. Kramer Plant Collections Manager (early Duke botanist Paul Kramer was the Gardens’ first director, serving from 1945-1975). We simply cannot deliver horticultural excellence year after year without the dedication of our volunteers, students and staff… and we cannot thank them enough. Duke Gardens ranks among the top public gardens in America. There is so much going on in and around the Gardens that it is hard cover it all in just a few pages. I hope you have a chance to visit soon and often. And, as always, thank you for your support. Sincerely, William M. LeFevre Executive Director

Create Zend Framework application
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Create Zend Framework application Prerequisites 1. Install and configure VMware vFabric Application Director with vCloud Director. Steps 1. Login to the Application Director with a user that has application architect rights. 2. Click on Manage Applications. This will take you to the list view of all applications. 3. Click on to add a new application. 4. Provide the following required details Name: zend framework Version: 1.0.0 Click OK 5. On successful application creation, the user will be re-directed to the blueprint editor page. 6. You will see Logical Templates on the bottom left. 7. Drag & drop any template of Linux flavor for example CentOS 32bit 1.0.0 in the central white canvas area. This template needs to have been uploaded and registered in the cloud provider. 8. Now we will have a node in the canvas. 9. Select the dragged node. In the Details pane, type Zend Framework in the name field, this will be the hostname for this node. Keep the vCPU and Memory to their default values which is 1and 2048 respectively. 10. Save the application. Configuring 1. From the Services panel on the bottom right, drag and drop the services labeled Zend Framework 1.11.12 on the Zend Framework Node. 2. To change the default value of a property (such as install_path or project_name), first click on the Zend Framework Service then click on the properties tab and finally click on the respective properties and change the value. For example to change the project_name property to myZFProject, click on it

Insurance Fraud Certified at Koyal Group   Learn how to spend smart, spend safe during Fraud Prevention Month

SAINT JOHN, N.B. – Consumers are encouraged to learn how to spend smart and spend safe during Fraud Prevention Month. The Financial and Consumer Services Commission is providing resources to New Brunswickers to help. "Whether you are shopping at the mall or making purchases online, you should be looking at how you can spend smartly and safely," said Andrew Nicholson, director of education and communications with the commission. "During March, we will be offering tips and free resources to help empower you to make the right financial decisions, no matter where or how you are spending your money." Commission staff will be available at several home shows, scam jams and presentations around the province during the month. The schedule is online. "Sometimes we need a reminder to think twice before handing over our hard-earned money," said Nicholson.

ShriKant Vashishtha What All It Takes to Scale ... -

Who am I? •  Director Engineering – CTO at Globallogic •  Working in so?ware industry for last 15 years as a developer, architect and Agile coach •  Working with Agile for last 6 years •  Working as an Agile coach for last 3 years. •  Blogs on hNp:// hNp:// •  Open-­‐source contribuRon on github – hNp://,.. Some Scaling Issues in Large Enterprises End-­‐to-­‐End FuncRonal IntegraRon Accountability? QuesRon on SancRty of HolisRc Architecture

legendary griffith collection of important robots and antique toys

LEGENDARY GRIFFITH COLLECTION OF IMPORTANT ROBOTS AND ANTIQUE TOYS CARPENTER TALLY-HO COACH SELLS FOR $66,300 SETTING A RECORD FOR A CAST-IRON, HORSE-DRAWN TOY AT AUCTION --OTHER AUCTION RECORDS ESTABLISHED FOR ROBOT MIGHTY 8, TELEVISION ROBOT, SPACE PATROL CAR, TREMENDOUS MIKE, SPACE CRUISER X 300, JUPITER ROBOT, RANGER ROBOT AND RADAR ROBOT (a.k.a Topolino)---SALES OF ROBOTS AND ANTIQUE TOYS FROM THE ESTATE OF F.H. GRIFFITH CONTINUE ONLINE AT SOTHEBYS.COM-December 9, 2000 -- New York, NY – In a packed salesroom at Sotheby’s in New York today, 399 lots of Important Robots and Antique Toys from the Estate of F.H. Griffith totaled $1.4 million. Competitive bidding for toys and robots from this famed collection drove some prices up to two and three times their high estimates and established nine records for various robots and toys at auction. Highlighting today’s sale was the Carpenter Tally-Ho Coach, circa 1885 which sold for $66,300 establishing a new record for a cast-iron, horse-drawn toy at auction. Leila Dunbar, Senior Vice President and Director of Sotheby’s Collectibles Department said, “Just like Sotheby’s sale of the Matt Wyse Robot Collection in 1996, the records set today prove that prices for robots and space toys continue to conquer new frontiers.”

Indoor Garden Design (IGD) is one of the largest ... -

Indoor Garden Design (IGD) is one of the largest independent interior landscape designers in Europe and widely recognised as the UK’s leading commercial provider of tropical plants. Their work can be seen at the British Library and the Joel Robuchon restaurant in London’s Covent Garden where they have created a vertical walled garden. IGD won a silver medal at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show in 2009, for their joint collaboration with James Wong on the Canary Islands Spa Garden. They will be working in partnership with James again at this year’s Show to create a show garden for the Malaysian Tourist Board. The RHS have invited IGD to create the first indoor garden at this year’s Chelsea Flower Show, located in the Royal Pavilion. The theme of the interior garden will be a ‘Living Office’. The garden has been designed with Vitra – the Swiss furniture manufacturer. IGD’s inspiring ‘plant art’ led them to be commissioned by the Sir Elton John Aid’s Foundation to produce live plant sculpture in the style of Jeff Koons at the famed annual White Tie and Tiara Ball. Art has played a major theme in IGD’s recent and they are proud to have been given the opportunity to be involved with the artists whose work was on show at the Radical Nature Exhibition at the Barbican Art Gallery in summer autumn 2009. They have once again, collaborated with the Barbican and landscaped the critically and public acclaimed Celeste Boursier-Mougenot ‘aviary’ showing at The Curve until 23 May. Ian Drummond, Creative Director of IGD, has a wealth of expertise and knowledge of plants and their benefits to the office, the environment and commercial space. His focus for the...