Posts Tagged ‘General Electric’

Patent Legislation Passes House Judiciary Committee

Congress, House of Representatives, Intellectual Property, Patents, Senate June 23rd, 2011

WASHINGTON June 23, 2011 – After several unsuccessful attempts in previous Congresses, the House Judiciary Committee passed the America Invents Act late Tuesday by a vote of 32-3, moving the first significant overhaul of the U.S. patent system in more than 60 years one step closer to becoming law.

The Senate passed a similar piece of legislation, the Patent Reform Act, in early March with a vote of 95-5. The House bill has gained the support of many companies including 3M, Apple, Dell, Facebook, General Electric, Google, and Johnson & Johnson.

Obama Administration Officials Push Patent Reform As Senate Continues Debate

Intellectual Property March 1st, 2011

WASHINGTON, March 1, 2011 — Top Obama administration officials moved to assuage American inventors’ fears Tuesday that a fundamental change being sought in the nation’s patent system won’t put them at a disadvantage .

Comcast’s impending Regulatory Hurdle: Simple Motives behind a Dream – NBC-Universal

Broadband's Impact, Expert Opinion, Transparency January 24th, 2010

Since announcement of the Comcast/NBC-Universal merger consummated the deal creating subsequent analysis and conjecture about how the new venture will be structured, with its impact on programming distribution and fears of dominance, and anti-trust issues within the marketplace; Comcast is set to go before regulators to convince a skeptical crowd how this union [...]

Comcast Consummates the Deal: Now the Tough Part Begins

Expert Opinion December 3rd, 2009

It happened, as predicted by some and discounted by others; a Comcast-NBC Universal merger that has wide-ranging implications on both future Content and Internet usage. However, the tough part for Comcast begins now, today, and that is to placate dissenters like the Consumer Federation of America, the Free Press, and tough Federal Regulators [...]

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