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Patent & Trademark

Burt Huete claims he helped develop "Stalker" bicycle technology that the U.S. government wants to buy for $150 million, and that his former partners, Special Projects Limited LLC, Richard Blaustein, Charles Custer, and Dynasty Ventures LLC cheated him of his share in the patent. See complaintin Jefferson Parish Court, Gretna, La.

JSA Technologies claims CBORD Group violates its patent by selling "ManageMyID" and "UGryd" products, which allow college students to use school ID as credit cards at local businesses, in Delaware Federal Court.

Riparius Ventures claims Logitech International, Koninklijke Philips Electronics, US Robotics, and Cisco System violates its patents on cordless VoIP telephones, in Chicago Federal Court.

Back Yard Burgers claims Wal-Mart is violating trademark by selling its own brand of "Backyard" burgers, in Memphis Federal Court.

Federal Signal Corp. claims Viper Lightbar Co. and Matthew Miller are violating trademark by selling "Viper" vehicle warning lights, in Minneapolis Federal Court.

Kay's Naturals claims Kay's Naturals of Arizona violated trademark by incorporating under the same name, in Minneapolis Federal Court.

Dance Heads claims Boogie Bodies infringes its trademark by selling a recording system that superimposes people's heads on dancing bodies, in Miami Federal Court.

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