Posts Tagged: dale halling


Is 35 USC 101 Judged by the Claims?

This section does not say anything about the claims and while the claims define the invention they are not the invention. To suggest otherwise is to confuse …
By Dale B. Halling
7 years ago 70

Patent Prosecution: 35 U.S.C. § 112(a) Must Be Raised Before a § 102 or § 103

Logically, if the application does not describe an invention in terms that allows one skilled in the art to make and use it, then the Patent Office …
By Dale B. Halling
7 years ago 20

5th Anniversary KSR: Is Section 103 Unconstitutional?

This is a good time to review the implications of this case, but an even better time to look into the origins and constitutionality of the Non-obviousness …
By Dale B. Halling
8 years ago 126

Insiders React to Supreme Court Prometheus Decision

Just over three weeks ago the United States Supreme Court issued a decision in Mayo Collaborative Services v. Prometheus Laboratories, which sent much of the patent world …
By Gene Quinn
8 years ago 25

The Problem with Patent Trolls

To me a patent troll is not just someone who has acquired a patent for purpose of licensing or bringing a lawsuit, but rather one who is …
By Gene Quinn
9 years ago 23

Foaming at the Mouth: The Inane Ruling in the Gene Patents Case

Unfortunately, the ACLU appears to have found an “ally” in Judge Sweet, who is the district court judge handling the AMP case. In my view, Judge Sweet …
By Eric Guttag
10 years ago 17

Show Me the IP! Venture Capital Success Based on Patents

Earlier today Dale Halling, of Halling IP and State of Innovation Blog, brought to my attention an article on the IAM Magazine Blog from a few weeks …
By Gene Quinn
10 years ago 16

The Decline and Fall of the American Entrepreneur

I want to thank Mr. Quinn for graciously inviting me to write a post on my forthcoming book The Decline and Fall of the American Entrepreneur: How …
By Dale B. Halling
11 years ago 14