Frost Brown Todd is Seeking a Patent Prosecution Associate

IP Watchdog

Frost Brown Todd is seeking a Patent Prosecution Associate Attorney with 2-4 years of experience in patent prosecution for the Cincinnati, OH, Dallas, TX, or Indianapolis, IN office.

Harrity & Harrity is Seeking a Remote Patent Prosecution Support Specialist

IP Watchdog

Harrity & Harrity is looking for a Patent Prosecution Specialist to join their support team. Are you looking for a rewarding position in an innovative, friendly culture? This is position is a remote, full-time, permanent position.

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An Introductory Guide to Patent Prosecution

JD Supra Law

Patent Prosecution” is a curious phrase for the non-initiated. The term refers to what happens after a patent application is filed with the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO), particularly to the back-and-forth exchanges between the Patent Office and the applicant.

Benefits and Considerations for Patent Prosecution under Patent Prosecution Highway in the U.S., Europe, China, and Singapore

Intellectual Property Law Blog

Patent Prosecution Highway or PPH is a set of initiatives promulgated by participating patent offices around the world to accelerate patent prosecution in countries of the participating patent offices. months for non-PPH patent applications. Patents

Benefits and Considerations for Patent Prosecution Under Patent Prosecution Highway in Australia, Canada, South Korea, and Japan

Intellectual Property Law Blog

This is the second article of the multi-part series discussing benefits of prosecuting patents under Patent Prosecution Highway or PPH. As discussed in the first article, requirements to participate in PPH in each of the participating patent offices may differ slightly.

Harrity & Harrity is Seeking a Remote Patent Prosecution Attorney/Agent

IP Watchdog

Harrity & Harrity is looking for superstar patent professionals to draft and/or prosecute patent applications for leading global technology companies, including numerous Patent 300® companies.

Benefits and Considerations for Patent Prosecution Under Patent Prosecution Highway in Australia, Canada, South Korea, and Japan

JD Supra Law

This is the second article of the multi-part series discussing benefits of prosecuting patents under Patent Prosecution Highway or PPH. The first article can be accessed here.

5 KEY TAKEAWAYS: Ethics in Patent Prosecution

JD Supra Law

Saab recently presented “Ethics in Patent Prosecution” at the firm’s three-day CLE & Ski Series, KT Intellectual Property Seminar (KTIPS), in Colorado. Kilpatrick Townsend partners Gene Bernard and Karam J.

Elevate your Patent Prosecution

Patently-O

Elevate your Prosecution. PatentCool upcoming event in Salt Lake City. See you there in a few weeks! Sept 24-25, 2021.

Patent prosecution in Russia

IAM Magazine

IP rights, among other fundamental human rights, are introduced by the Russian Constitution and further detailed in Part IV of the Civil Code as the main civil rights legislation source (revised August 2021). Supplement article

Patent prosecution in Russia

IAM Magazine

IP rights, among other fundamental human rights, are introduced by the Russian Constitution and further detailed in Part IV of the Civil Code as the main civil rights legislation source (revised August 2021). Supplement article

A Few Things that USPTO Could Do to Simplify Patent Prosecution

JD Supra Law

Patent and Trademark Office handles hundreds of thousands of patent applications per year, as well as various types of administrative patent proceedings. The U.S.

Benefits and Considerations for Patent Prosecution under Patent Prosecution Highway in the U.S., Europe, China, and Singapore

JD Supra Law

Patent Prosecution Highway or PPH is a set of initiatives promulgated by participating patent offices around the world to accelerate patent prosecution in countries of the participating patent offices.

Principals Moritz Ammelburg and Peter Fasse Author Managing IP Article “Coordinating Patent Prosecution in the U.S. and Europe”

Fish & Richardson Trademark & Copyright Thoughts

Moritz Ammelburg and Peter Fasse examine the patentability requirements and prosecution schemes in the US and Europe and how applicants can prepare applications that will best serve their needs in both jurisdictions. Inventorship in the US is a critical component of patent ownership.

Principals Moritz Ammelburg and Peter Fasse Author Managing IP Article “Coordinating Patent Prosecution in the U.S. and Europe”

Fish & Richardson Trademark & Copyright Thoughts

Moritz Ammelburg and Peter Fasse examine the patentability requirements and prosecution schemes in the US and Europe and how applicants can prepare applications that will best serve their needs in both jurisdictions. Inventorship in the US is a critical component of patent ownership.

Who Were The Leading Australian Patent Prosecution Firms in 2021?

LexBlog IP

With significant increases in both standard and (especially) innovation patent applications , 2021 should have been a bumper year for patent attorneys operating in Australia.

What You Should Know About Patent Prosecution: The Strategy Behind Building a Patent Estate The Strategy Behind Building a Patent Estate

JD Supra Law

Building a successful life sciences patent estate can seem like a daunting task, but a foundation of strategic decisions early on can be a big help long term.

Benefits and Considerations for Patent Prosecution Under Patent Prosecution Highway in Australia, Canada, South Korea, and Japan

LexBlog IP

This is the second article of the multi-part series discussing benefits of prosecuting patents under Patent Prosecution Highway or PPH. As discussed in the first article, requirements to participate in PPH in each of the participating patent offices may differ slightly.

Benefits and Considerations for Patent Prosecution under Patent Prosecution Highway in the U.S., Europe, China, and Singapore

LexBlog IP

Patent Prosecution Highway or PPH is a set of initiatives promulgated by participating patent offices around the world to accelerate patent prosecution in countries of the participating patent offices. months for non-PPH patent applications.

Hirshfeld Announces Timeline for Departure from USPTO

IP Watchdog

United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) Acting Deputy Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property and Acting Deputy Director Drew Hirshfeld will step down from a nearly 30-year career with the Office on June 21, the USPTO announced today.

Protecting Intellectual Property in Augmented Reality

IP Watchdog

Augmented Reality (“AR”), along with Virtual Reality (“VR”), is rapidly growing in prominence and will be transformative to the way we live, work, learn and play. Both AR and VR will undoubtedly bring a whole set of novel IP issues for individuals, companies, IP practitioners and the courts.

Tips From a Former Examiner: Pre-Appeal Brief Review

IP Watchdog

Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) office actions on the merits, a patent applicant has the option to appeal the patent examiner’s decision rejecting one or more claims to a higher forum, i.e., the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB). After two or more U.S.

A Crucial Element In Patent Prosecution: Examiner Experience

IP Law 360

Patent and Trademark Office and found that examiner experience often affects the prosecution and outcome of a patent application, and knowing the examiner's experience, status and type can help in forming prosecution strategies to move an application to allowance Michael Sartori at Baker Botts analyzed pending applications at the U.S.

Hyatt Returns to SCOTUS with Request to Clarify Standard for Summary Judgment, APA Scope of Review Provisions

IP Watchdog

Gilbert Hyatt, an inventor who has been granted more than 70 patents and has filed more than 400 applications with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), has petitioned the U.S.

Data Show USPTO Patent Pro Bono Program is Working for Women and Minorities

IP Watchdog

Patent and Trademark Office’s (USPTO’s) Patent Pro Bono Program (PPBP) were African American or Black and 41% were female, according to the latest USPTO Director’s Blog. Thirty percent of respondents to a survey of applicants using the U.S.

USPTO Issues Update on Relations with Russian Patent Office

IP Watchdog

Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) announced today that certain intellectual property (IP)-related transactions are now authorized in Russia, following publication by the U.S. Copyright Government International IP News IPWatchdog Articles Patents Trademark USPTO copyrights General License No.

European Patent Filings Reached Record Number in 2021; Huawei Largest Applicant

IP Watchdog

There were 188,600 European patent applications filed last year, an annual increase of 4.5%, according to figures published by the European Patent Office (EPO) on April 5.

DABUS Sent Back to Drawing Board Following Reversal of Inventorship Decision by Australia Court

IP Watchdog

On April 13, 2022, the Federal Court of Australia, on appeal, reversed its 2021 decision that DABUS, an artificial intelligence (AI) machine, qualified as an inventor for a patent application under Australian law.

Patentee doublethink in regulatory submissions and patent prosecution is inequitable conduct: Belcher v. Hospira (US)

The IPKat

The US Courts of Appeal of the Federal Circuit (CAFC) found in Belcher Pharmaceuticals v Hospira, Inc that a formulation patent was unenforceable in view of inequitable conduct, in the form of contradictory submissions to the patent office and the regulatory agency (FDA) by the patentee.

USPTO Report Underscores Split on State of U.S. Patent Eligibility Jurisprudence

IP Watchdog

Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has published its study on patent eligibility jurisprudence in response to a March 2021 request from Senators Thom Tillis (R-NC), Mazie Hirono (D-HI), Tom Cotton (R-AR) and Chris Coons (D-DE). The U.S.

Could Description Amendments Made During Prosecution at the European Patent Office Affect U.S. Litigation?

IP Watchdog

Earlier this year, the European Patent Office (EPO) updated some of its Guidelines for Examination in a way that potentially could affect U.S. patent litigation.

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Muncy, Geissler, Olds & Lowe is Seeking a Patent Associate

IP Watchdog

located in Fairfax, VA, is seeking a Patent Attorney / Agent with 2+ years of experience as a registered patent attorney or patent agent. This associate will have the opportunity to work (remotely or onsite in Fairfax, VA) on a variety of patent prosecution projects.

Patent Prosecution Pro From Baker Botts Joins MoFo

IP Law 360

Morrison & Foerster LLP has added a patent prosecutor and counselor from Baker Botts LLP to its roster, the latest in a string of high-profile hires the firm has made to boost its life sciences and health care practice

Harrity & Harrity is Seeking a 5G Patent Attorney

IP Watchdog

Harrity & Harrity, LLP is looking for a superstar patent professional to prosecute 5G patent applications for leading global technology companies, including numerous Patent 300® companies.

McKee, Voorhees & Sease, PLC is Seeking a Biotechnology Patent Attorney/Agent

IP Watchdog

jobs Legal Position McKee Voorhees & Sease PLC Patent Agent Position Patent Attorney Position patent job patent jobs patent prosecution jobs Remote position remote work working remotely

Harrity & Harrity is Seeking a Patent Preparation & Prosecution Attorney

IP Watchdog

Harrity & Harrity, LLP is looking for remote patent professional superstars to prepare patent applications for leading global technology companies, including numerous Patent 300 companies.

O’Malley Dissents from ‘Concerning’ CAFC Ruling that Biogen’s MS Drug Patent is Invalid

IP Watchdog

Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) earlier today affirmed a district court ruling that Biogen International’s patent for a method of treating multiple sclerosis (MS) was invalid for lack of written description. The U.S.

Patenting Trends in Emerging Technologies: Blockchain Patents Grow from Three to 2,660 in Less than Five Years

IP Watchdog

Guest Contributors IP News IPWatchdog Articles Patents Technology & Innovation USPTO blockchain deep learning Guest Contributor innovation intellectual property patent patent office patent prosecutionBlockchain’s history begins in 1991, when Stuart Haber and W.

Edell, Shapiro and Finnan is Seeking a Patent Attorney or Agent

IP Watchdog

Edell, Shapiro & Finnan, LLC (“ESF”), an Intellectual Property Boutique, is seeking a Patent Attorney or Agent specialing in ME/EE or Life Sciences to join the patent prosecution team.

DABUS Gets Its First Patent in South Africa Under Formalities Examination

IP Watchdog

South Africa’s patent office has granted the first patent for an invention conceived by an artificial intelligence (AI) inventor, DABUS. The notice of issuance was published in the July 2021 Patent Journal. .