Posts Tagged: IPWatchdog.com Articles


NY v. Aleynikov: NY Penal Code, Federal Criminal Law Unprepared to Deal with Source Code Theft

Employers often assume that they have the same weapons in their arsenal to prevent theft of virtual trade secrets as they have against other types of loss. …
By Joshua R. Rich 7 months ago 8

Trademark Tea Leaves: Balancing Product Secrecy with Public Trademark Registration

Among the most promising tech tea leaves product launch predictors rely on are publicly available applications and registrations for intellectual property. Given the importance of product launches …
By Brian Focarino 8 months ago 0

Are Business Method Patents Dead? It Depends on Who’s Applying for Them

Business method patents are still being granted after Alice, but are being granted at lower rates than before, and some assignees are better at obtaining them than …
By James Cosgrove 10 months ago 5

IPWatchdog to publish Troutman Sanders Federal Circuit Review

Partners Joe Robinson and Bob Schaffer have for some time published a Federal Circuit Review Newsletter. I have been a subscriber since they started publishing that newsletter …
By Gene Quinn 11 months ago 0

GE Seeks Patent on Using Social Media to Detect Power Outages

Today’s featured patent application would protect a novel system of addressing power outages when a utility network doesn’t receive notification of the event directly from …
By Steve Brachmann 2 years ago 0

5 Simple Steps to Building A Personal Brand Using Social Media

Just like people, all brands have their own personality. Brand personality is defined as a set of human characteristics that are associated with a brand name and …
By Renee C. Quinn 4 years ago 0

An IPWatchdog Year in Review: Looking Back at 2011

If there is anything that is frustrating about blogging it has to be that sometimes the articles you feel best about in terms of quality and content …
By Gene Quinn 4 years ago 7

The Top 20 Articles of 2011

At IPWatchdog.com we had a splendid 2011. Our number of readers has again grown year to year. During 2011 we averaged over 71,000 unique visitors a month, compared with 67,640 …
By Gene Quinn 4 years ago 0

Challenging Hal Wegner on Patent Law and the Constitution

Typically I let what Hal writes slide off my back because I don't take him seriously. Having said that, the other day he did one of his …
By Gene Quinn 5 years ago 17

Blogging for Profit or Notoriety: Observations and Strategies

If you are going to go down the path of blogging for profit or for notoriety you need to have a well developed sense of what your …
By Gene Quinn 5 years ago 2

IPWatchdog 2010: ABA Blawg Tops + Over 2 Million Visits

I am pleased to announce that IPWatchdog.com was selected by the readers of the ABA Journal as their favorite IP Law blog for 2010 ABA. I am …
By Gene Quinn 5 years ago 6

IPWatchdog.com Chosen as one of the ABA Journal’s Top 100

I am pleased to announce that the Editors of the ABA Journal yesterday announced they have selected IPWatchdog.com as one of the top 100 best law blogs …
By Gene Quinn 5 years ago 8

On the Go Business Apps – Mobile Business Tools for Apple iPad, iPhone & iPod

In a recent article, Mobile Business Tools - Social Media Apps for Apple iPad, iPhone & iPod, I discussed the topic of Social Media/Networking applications that are …
By Renee C. Quinn 6 years ago 9

AIPLA Panel Discusses Blogging and IPWatchdog Lawsuit

Friday afternoon I attended the second day of the AIPLA annual meeting. I got to the Marriott Wardman Park hotel at 9:00 am and was there until after 11:00 …
By Renee C. Quinn 6 years ago 2

News, Notes & Announcements

In this edition of News, Notes & Announcements, happy birthday wishes to IPWatchdog.com for celebrating our 11th year online and a heartfelt thank you to all our …
By Gene Quinn 6 years ago 2