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New Edition of C.I.P.A. Guide to Patent Acts Published

This “Guide” is a 1528 page book published by the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys via Thomson Reuters, and edited by Paul Cole and Richard Davis. Of course, it...

USPTO Offers 30 Day Extensions Under CARES Act

Most Patent/Trademark Prosecution Dates Extendible – Some PTAB The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) today announced extensions to the time allowed to file...

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to claim victims around the world, the race is on to produce the right medicines to fight it. This includes developing a vaccine... Read More »
Real-party-in-interest disputes can be hotly contested before the Board. An order from the Northern District of Illinois shows that these disputes can have larger... Read More »
With essential medical equipment in short supply these days, doctors have been doing everything they can to get what they need to keep treating coronavirus patients. ... Read More »
VirnetX's announcement comes a few weeks after the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear Apple's latest appeal. Apple argued that it would be "exceedingly... Read More »
Biopharmaceutical firm Biocon on March 11 said its partner Mylan has won a US court ruling that invalidated a Sanofi patent on an insulin glargine device... Read More »
For as long as patent litigation has existed, accused infringers have vigorously defended against accusations of infringement by attacking the validity of the patent... Read More »
On February 21, the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) issued a pair of institution-phase decisions in inter partes review (IPR) proceedings petitioned by Internet... Read More »
Inequitable conduct is practically the stuff of ghost stories among patent practitioners. You must satisfy your duty of candor to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office... Read More »
The United States Supreme Court on Monday dealt a blow to Apple in a decade-long legal battle over whether the iPhone maker infringed on another company's ... Read More »
There were major changes in the patent marking laws in 2011, when the America Invents Act (AIA) went into effect, that impact how patent owners communicate, or mark... Read More »
While the U.S. economy continues to endure historic, sustained growth, the stock market has skyrocketed, and new services, products, and investments launch every year, ... Read More »
The US-China Economic and Trade Agreement, described as a "phase one" deal, entered into force today (30 days after signature, pursuant to Article 8.3, para. ... Read More »
As a lethal coronavirus triggers a humanitarian crisis in the world’s most populous nation, who owns the rights to a potential cure? The Bay Area’s... Read More »
Tech giant IBM cemented its patent leadership in the United States, with over 9,000 received patents, including in artificial intelligence (AI) and blockchain, in... Read More »
After a years-long legal battle, a judge ordered Apple  and Broadcom to pay a combined $1.1 billion in a patent infringement case with the California Institute of ... Read More »
The number of patents for inventions based on artificial intelligence, machine learning and deep learning continues to grow rapidly. Some of these inventions relate to ... Read More »
The adoption of blockchain has indeed been widespread. But the realm of intellectual property protection could find blockchain particularly useful... Read More »
As we prepare to enter a new year—and a new decade—it is time once again to look back on the year behind us to assess its impact for the IP world. All in... Read More »
The Patent Trial and Appeal Board saw a significant uptick in precedent in 2019, as patent office Director Andrei Iancu began putting his stamp on the board... Read More »
Contemporary AI technology of the kind one has increasingly heard about in recent years is based on machine learning and deep learning methodologies... Read More »
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