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from The Huffington Post

U.S. Patent And Trademark Office Cancels Redskins Trademark

In May, Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder said he would never change the name of the team, despite calls from Native American groups and others who feel the term is derogatory. But those calls have grown increasingly louder.

This undated handout photo provided by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office shows the StingRay II, manufactured by Melbourne, Fla.-based Harris Corp. The StingRay II is a cellular site simulator used for surveillance purposes. [U.S. Patent and Trademark Office via Associated Press]

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from Aerbook Store

Patents and How to Get One

Patents and How to Get One by U.S. Department of Commerce Handy official guide explains functions of the Patent and Trademark Office, describes a patent, defines such terms as 'patent pending' and 'patent applied for,' discusses patent law, explains what can be patented and the process of registering patents, describes filing fees, and much else — all in simple, easy-to-understand language.

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from Washington Post

Patent office workers bilked the government of millions by playing hooky, watchdog finds

An investigation by U.S. Patent and Trademark Office's independent watchdog…

from FilmBook

Has Been Trademarked with the USPTO

Part 4. FilmBook Trademarked. FilmBook has been registered at the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) in their Principal Register.

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from The Next Web

This week in patents: Manufacture your own Nikes, an improved Google Glass and more

This week in patents: Manufacture your own Nikes, an improved Google Glass and more. | This week the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) issued 6774 patents. Each patent is important as it adds something new to the human

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from Mashable

Apple's 'Steve Jobs' Patent Is in Trouble

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has filed paperwork to declare a key Apple patent invalid.

from nytimes.com

The Forgotten Designer Behind Some of Fashion’s Biggest Trends

A battle has been going on in the United States Patent and Trademark Office for rights to one of Coach’s best-known designers, Bonnie Cashin. (This outfit is from Stephanie Lake's collection.)