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Patent & Trademark

Sony, NEC and Lenovo violate Intellectual Capital Holdings' electronics patent used in the Sony PlayStation2, Intellectual Capital claims in Texarkana, Texas, Federal Court.

Bill Me Later claims MODASolutions Corp. violates its "Bill Me Later" trademark for a service by which people can buy stuff from third-party Internet sellers without a credit card, by using the mark, "eBillMe," in Baltimore Federal Court.

Lew Racing claims an employee swiped trade secrets of a lightweight material to build racing bicycles and used it to create a competing company, Edge Composites, in Clark County Court, Nev.

Alpine Corp. claims RSR Sales dba Echo Valley Products violates its patent on a "glow in the dark gazing globe," in Los Angeles Federal Court.

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