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Gordon Raymond Irlam, Brian Maggi, Scott Petry: Value-added electronic messaging services and transparent implementation thereof using intermediate server. Postini, Baker & McKenzie, November 18, 2003: US06650890 (351 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides for a centralized, preprocessing electronic messaging solution that performs value-added tasks to electronic messages on behalf of the ISP or the end user, before these messages are delivered to the destination email server. The service can detect and detain damaging o ...


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Jeffrey W Mankoff: Method and system for electronic organization of coupons. Brian C McCormack, Baker & McKenzie, May 7, 2002: US06385591 (313 worldwide citation)

An electronic or “virtual” coupon is obtained when a user selects a given link in a Web page being displayed on a client machine. Preferably, the link is an image link embedded in an advertising banner that is displayed on the Web page such that user click-through on the banner automatically generat ...


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Akihiro Yokoi: Simulation device for fostering a virtual creature. Kabushiki Kaisha Bandai, Kabushiki Kaisha Wiz, Baker & McKenzie, May 8, 2001: US06227966 (286 worldwide citation)

With a purpose of providing a simulation device for fostering a virtual creature where the virtual creature is disciplined, the virtual creature is grown and fostered when a player conducts a corresponding treatment in response to a call or a request from the displayed virtual creature, the simulati ...


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Alexander R Roustaei: Optical scanner and image reader for reading images and decoding optical information including one and two dimensional symbologies at variable depth of field. Baker & McKenzie, September 26, 2000: US06123261 (285 worldwide citation)

An integrated system and method for reading image data. An optical scanner/image reader is provided for reading images and decoding optical information or code, including one and two dimensional symbologies at variable depth of field, including memory and image processing for high speed applications ...


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Stephen J Hucal: Tiered interest rate revolving credit system and method. Baker & McKenzie, August 3, 1999: US05933817 (243 worldwide citation)

A method and a system for operating a revolving credit program utilizing a table of tiered interest rates in which one of the interest rates is applied as a finance charge to a remaining outstanding balance of an account depending upon the percentage that payments made during a billing cycle compris ...


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Kenneth A Zaiken, Guy Dehond, Dan Boggs: Method and system for defining transactions from a database log. Lakeview Technology, Baker & McKenzie, May 25, 1999: US05907848 (211 worldwide citation)

A method and system of providing external transaction protection for a database using the database log or journal. The method involves creating a set of transaction templates which define transactions, using the templates to determine whether each record or entry in the journal represent part of a t ...


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Kathleen Riddell Polizzi, Gail Helen Godbeer, Gadi Yedwab, Shuhong Chen, Robert Mark Bick, Jack Norris: Method and apparatus for implementing search and channel features in an enterprise-wide computer system. Brio Software, Baker & McKenzie, November 4, 2003: US06643661 (194 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a portal computer system and method which provides personalized portal pages on which searches can be entered and search reports can be dynamically reported.


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Scott M Petry, Shinya Akamine, Peter Kevin Lund, Fred Cox, Michael John Oswall: Systems and methods for managing the transmission of electronic messages through active message date updating. Postini, Baker & McKenzie, September 6, 2005: US06941348 (179 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides an electronic message management system (EMS) that includes a real-time feedback loop where data is collected from the electronic messages on incoming connection attempts, outgoing delivery attempts, and message content analysis, and written to a centralized data matri ...


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William N Pohlmann, Kenneth D Matson, Paul Cantrell: System and method for dynamic correlation of events. Computer Associates Think, Baker & McKenzie, September 3, 2002: US06446136 (177 worldwide citation)

An event management system including an event manager, an alarm rule store, an event correlator, and a response engine. The event manager provides and receives events. The event correlator correlates at least one of the events provided by the event manager based on the alarm rules stored in the alar ...


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James H Morris: Portable laser for blood sampling. JMAR Technology Co, Baker & McKenzie, September 7, 1999: US05947957 (153 worldwide citation)

A portable laser device for obtaining blood samples through the skin of humans or animals. A laser crystal is optically pumped to produce a short high power laser pulse which vaporizes a small hole in the skin. The pulse is shaped to produce a pulse cross section at a sampling location which has a l ...



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