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Patent & Trademark

Media Technologies Licensing claims The Upper Deck Co. violates its patent on a "memorabilia card." See complaintin Los Angeles Federal Court.

Freedom Wireless claims Verisign and others violate its patent on prepaid cell phone services that do not require access codes. Also sued in San Francisco Federal Court are MetroPCS Communications, Cellular South, Brown County MSA Cellular Limited Partnership, California RSA No. 3 Limited Partnership, Illinois Valley Cellular, NTelos Holdings Corp., Inland Cellular Telephone Co., Carolina West Wireless, Edge Wireless LLC, and Smith Bagley Inc.

Procter & Gamble claims Blue Cross Laboratories violates patent by selling generic versions of its "Herbal Essence" hair products, in Cincinnati Federal Court.

MIR Internet Marketing, which says it owns the "Seo Logic" trademark, sued StartLogic in Chicago Federal Court for using "Seologic"and other marks with the "-logic" suffix.

Tissue Extraction Devices claims Suros Surgical Systems violates patent on an evaporation valve in a breast biopsy system, in Chicago Federal Court.

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