September 19, 2014
"'Let's Take a #Selfie,' Said the Monkey: A Case of Questionable Copyrights"
How do we define “ownership” when pieces of content — especially images — are continuously created and uploaded into the public domain in a matter of seconds? Read more
September 17, 2014
"Never underestimate the power of a post-grant proceeding" by Hunter Keeton
In ePlus, Inc. v. Lawson Software, Inc., the Federal Circuit extended the logic from three earlier cases which had found that a patent determined to be valid and infringed can still be invalidated by a later PTO reexamination. Read more
July 16, 2014
"Aereo: Car Dealership or Copy Shop?"
This article looks at Aereo’s path to the Supreme Court and its impact on new technologies such as cloud computing. Read more
"The America Invents Act: one year on" by Patrick R. H. Waller PhD and Daniel W. Young PhD
This anniversary provides an opportunity to reflect on the significance of the changes and their impact on the US patent system. Read more
"Responding to Accusations of Patent Infringement" by Gerald B. Hrycyszyn and Edmund J. Walsh
Here we provide a framework to conduct a review and decide how to respond—or not respond—to such threats. Read more
"CRISPR/Cas-9: An Exciting Addition to Genomic Editing" by Patricia Granahan and Chelsea A. Loughran
This article provides an in-depth review of (1) the science behind this new technology, (2) several of the research groups responsible for the promising applications for this technology, and (3) the related and evolving intellectual property (IP) landscape. Read more
"What Sochi Can Teach About Trademarks"
This article looks at five lessons businesses can learn about trademarks from the 2014 Winter Olympics. Read more
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