Commissioner of patents

COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS. The name of an officer of the United States whose duties are detailed in the act to promote the useful arts, &c., which will be found under the article Patent.

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7, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Rightscorp (OTCQB: RIHT), a leading provider of data and analytic services to support artists and owners of copyrighted property, announced that the Australian Commissioner of Patents has granted Australian Patent2012236069, for Rightscorp's "System to Identify Multiple Copyright Infringements".
From the Annual Report of the Commissioner of Patents, information was collected on all patents issued in 1912 to inventors or co-inventors residing in thirteen southern states.
Commissioner of Patents and an injunction was granted to delay implementation of the new procedural rules.
David Johnson, acting commissioner of patents for IP Australia, said in a statement that the agency did not take the evidence of fraud into account when it initially approved the application, but merely determined that the "claimed invention" is unique.
TORONTO, Canada, September 20 /PRNewswire/ -- The Federal Commissioner of Patents issued today a compulsory licence for ApoTriavir under Canada's Access to Medicines Regime Program (CAMR) allowing Apotex to proceed with manufacturing of the product.
QuickLaw (Toronto, ON) has added the decisions of the Canada Patent Appeal Board (PAB) and Commissioner of Patents to its service.
The Invention Secrecy Act permits the Commissioner of Patents to place a "secrecy order" on a patent application if a government agency determines that publication or disclosure of the invention might be detrimental to the national security.
In 1993, I was appointed by President Clinton to be assistant secretary of commerce and commissioner of patents and trademarks.
Commissioner of Patents, (37) the Supreme Court of Canada was asked to rule on the validity of patent claims for an invention which essentially involved "a surgical method for joining or bonding the surfaces of the incisions or wounds in living animal tissue.
Among them were John Berry, a former Senate staff member who was named assistant secretary for policy, management, and budget at the Department of Interior; and Brace Lehman, assistant secretary of the Department of Commerce and commissioner of patents and trademarks, who became interim director of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Its delegation, led by Bruce Lehman, the commissioner of patents and trademarks, will offer three proposals to protect literary and artistic works, music recordings and databases from unauthorized use.

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