November 2013 Newsletter

November 1, 2013


Protecting Your Intellectual Property in a Post-AIA World
by Inna Dahlin and James H. Morris
Companies need to understand the impact of the patent law changes on their IP protection strategy and how to successfully maneuver in this new environment. [read more]

Five Intellectual Property "Landmines" Startups Face

Eric G. J. Kaviar Learn how to avoid the most com­mon mistakes startups make with their intellectual property. [read more]

IP Case Law Analysis

Below are links to reviews of recent Federal Circuit cases of interest. For other case reviews, go here.

Good-Faith Belief of Invalidity May Negate Intent for Induced Infringement
Commil USA, LLC v. Cisco Systems, Inc.

Web Advertising Technique Found Patent-Eligible
Ultramercial, Inc. v. Hulu, LLC

Consider Confidentially Measures When Using Inventions in Clinical Trials
Dey, L.P. v. Sunovion Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

Claim Terms Can Be Construed to Have More Than One Meaning
Aventis Pharmaceuticals v. Amino Chemicals Ltd.

Unreasonable Claim Construction Arguments Can Be Basis for Attorneys' Fees Under Rule 11
Raylon, LLC v. Complus Data Innovations, Inc.

Firm News

Strategically Building a Valuable Worldwide Patent Portfolio, Wolf Greenfield's October 17th seminar replay now available.

European Patent Office Reverses Two-Year Deadline on Divisional Applications. To read more, go here.

Chelsea Loughran Named a Founding Member of the America Invents Act Pro Bono Advisory Council. To read more, go here.

Twenty Wolf Greenfield Attorneys Selected to 2013 Massachusetts Super Lawyers List. To read more, go here.

Fifteen Wolf Greenfield Lawyers Named to 2013 Massachusetts Rising Stars List. To read more, go here.