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[ale] OT: BIZ Registration Intellectual Property Claim Dispute
- Subject: [ale] OT: BIZ Registration Intellectual Property Claim Dispute
- From: pete.hardie at dvsg.sciatl.com (Pete Hardie)
- Date: Fri, 15 Mar 2002 13:54:11 -0500
Stan.Hearn at ipst.edu wrote:
> Does anyone know how to dispute an Intellectual Property Claim which
> doesn't have merit? The forms ask me to prove that I have an intellectual
> property claim, but I'd like to dispute the claim that the company claiming
> to have IP rights does not have them.
> For what I can figure out, NeuLevel is allowing claimants to make IP claims
> on common names like paper, water, plastic.
> I'd like to dispute their claim on the basis that it's a common name and I
> can't determine how to do that.
> Any light anyone can shed on this would be helpful.
Mozilla.org had some trouble with IP claims a few years back, and put out a call
people to find prior art to invalidate a patent they were fighting - you might
contacting them. Also try the EFF.
Pete Hardie | Goalie, DVSG Dart Team
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Scientific Atlanta, Digital Video Services Group
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