Posts Tagged: Gene Quinn


Industry Comments on Proposed Changes to Bayh-Dole Regulations Zero in on March-In Language

On January 12, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) published a request for comments on proposed changes to regulations that support the University and Small Business …
By Gene Quinn
5 days ago 0

License to Copy: Your Software Code Isn’t Safe After Google v. Oracle

In characteristic form, the Supreme Court has once again managed to blow it in another intellectual property case. This time, the Justices blessed Google's copying of Oracle's …
By Gene Quinn
11 days ago 80

Despite ‘Tortured’ Statement from FTC’s Slaughter, Win for Qualcomm is a Win for American Innovation

The Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC’s) March 26 deadline for filing a petition for writ of certiorari at the U.S. Supreme Court has come and gone, …
By Steve Brachmann
17 days ago 3

IPW Webinar: Protecting Medicinal and Plant Products in Europe with Supplementary Protection Certificates (SPCs)

  Generally speaking, patents last for 20 years from the filing date of the first patent application. While 20 years seems like a long term of protection, many years …
By Kira Elliott
23 days ago 0

USPTO’s Drew Hirshfeld on Proposed Changes to Requirements for Patent Bar Registration: It ‘Just Makes Sense’

The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO or Office) earlier today published a Request for Comments in the Federal Register asking for public input into proposed …
By Gene Quinn
26 days ago 21

IPW Webinar: Building an Innovation Culture

Much has changed over the last year, and while vaccines and hope are on the way, a new normal still seems far off. In the meantime, science, …
By Kira Elliott
1 month ago 0

IPW Webinar: Augmenting Innovation and Competitive Intelligence using AI based IP Insights

Everyone understands the importance of monitoring technology trends, competitors and new market entrants to support innovation and portfolio optimization but engaging in competitive landscape analysis takes time — …
By Kira Elliott
1 month ago 0

IPW Webinar: ICANN, UDRP, GDPR and Online Brand Enforcement

The upcoming ICANN meeting provides a renewed focus on the UDRP, the impact of the GDPR and a resurgence in cybersquatting. Businesses and consumers are relying more …
By Kira Elliott
1 month ago 0

IPW Webinar: SEP Litigation Trends and Licensing Realities

SEP Litigation Trends and Licensing Realities Join us for this special 90 minute webinar! Approved for 1.8 CLE in Missouri, Pending 90 minutes CLE in Minnesota, Ohio, Oklahoma, and Tennessee! …
By Kira Elliott
1 month ago 0

IPW Webinar: The Future of Design IP in China, Europe and the U.S.

According to the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), 1.04 million industrial design applications were filed worldwide in 2019, the last year for which data exists. This represents a 1.7% increase …
By Kira Elliott
1 month ago 0

IPW Webinar: An Hour On PCT

The Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) enables applicants to file a single standardized patent application, and have that application treated as a regular national patent application in 153 Member …
By Kira Elliott
2 months ago 0

IPW Webinar: Picking the Right Trademark & Growing Beyond Borders with Foreign Filings: Best Practices in 2021

What’s in a name? Far more than most businesses realize! Your business name, logo, and overall brand is how people will identify with your goods and …
By Kira Elliott
2 months ago 0

When to Use the Patent Cooperation Treaty—and Why It’s So Popular

The Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) enables applicants to file one application, called an international application, in a standardized format in an authorized Receiving Office, and have that …
By Gene Quinn
2 months ago 25

IPW Webinar: Follow the Money: Protecting Brands from Online Super Scams

Wherever there is money being made there will be market entrants. An uncomfortable corollary: Where there is a lot of money being made, criminal penalties are modest …
By Kira Elliott
2 months ago 0

Why and When Design Patents are Useful

Simply said, the rights provided by one design patent will be extremely unsatisfactory. However, design patents must be considered because a design patent can in many instances …
By Gene Quinn
2 months ago 3