Posts Tagged: Gene Quinn


The problem facing the country as embodied in Congressional proposals to change the patent system is that it’s stuck in a time warp. Congress acts as if the landscape today was exactly the way it looked in 2010 or 2011, …

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On Monday, May 11, 2015, IPWatchdog will a co-sponsor a roundtable discussion on patent reform. This event will take place at the law offices of McDermott Will & Emery, which is located directly across the street from the U.S. Capitol. Bernie …

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I will be criss-crossing the country again in March 2015, with stops in Washington, DC, Chicago, Michigan, and San Fransisco. What follows is my schedule for the month. If you are in the area come out to say …

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I will be attending meetings in Morristown, NJ, on Tuesday, October 21, 2014. One of my sponsors, Innography, will be sponsoring the free happy hour event... John White and I will be in San Francisco teaching the PLI patent bar review …

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On October 10, 1999, I remember sitting at my desk in my apartment in Winter Park, Florida. I had just starting teaching as a full time law school professor several months earlier. So many things have changed since then. I've moved …

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I have a packed schedule this Fall, traveling from New York to Washington, DC to Toledo to Chicago to New Jersey back to Washington, DC to San Francisco and ultimately to Orange County, California. If your schedule permits, and …

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CHISUM: "I’m very skeptical when Congress starts talking about reform. I don’t think there is enough sophistication in Congress and among committee staff members about how the patent system really operates and about the challenges the many …

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Everyone who has objectively looked at the case knows that the Federal Circuit made a terrible mistake, but not that won't be corrected and a serial patent infringer that has made a business practice of ignoring patent rights gets …

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Will these regulations make it less likely that a patent troll might take on a frivolous lawsuit? Perhaps, but it may also result in a higher win percentage for plaintiffs who only take sure bets to court, and those …

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Today, after several years of substantial turmoil, patent eligibility in a variety of economically significant technologies is extremely uncertain, including software, natural products, medical diagnostics and personalized medicine. It is with great irony that one of the few things …

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Unwired Planet Sues to Enforce Cloud Patents --- DuPont and Heraeus Announce Settlement of Pending Patent Litigation --- Acacia Settles with AstraZeneca on Metered Dose Inhalers --- AK Steel Prevails in Patent Litigation, Does Not Infringe --- Tessera and …

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Soverain Software Files Certiorari Petition with Supreme Court--- Acacia Research Re-Branding Launch--- Survey Shows Majority Not Familiar with New gTLDs--- University Launches Revenue Incentive Patent Cost Sharing Program--- Mark Cuban Cleared of Insider Trading--- European Patent Convention Celebrates 40 Years--- …

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