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Nutter McClennen & Fish LLP

Offices

  1. USA

    1. Boston MA

      155 Seaport Boulevard, Boston MA 2210-2604, USA T 1 617 439 2000 F 1 617 310 9000
  1. The significance of copyright registration

    USA - July 21 2014

    Prior to March 2, 2010, the law was well settled that in order to enforce a copyright in court, the party bringing the claim must have a registration

  2. How to file a trademark application: the guts of a U.S. trademark application (part 2 of 2)

    USA - July 21 2014

    The article in our May edition of the IP Bulletin addressed four of the eight most commonly asked questions that arise when completing a U.S

  3. Avoiding a change in AIA status when filing continuation applications

    USA - July 21 2014

    The Leahy-Smith America Invents Act (AIA) introduced a number of important changes to U.S. patent law. Many of the provisions in the AIA do not apply

  4. Claim drafting in view of Limelight and Nautilus

    USA - July 21 2014

    On the same day in early June, the United States Supreme Court issued two opinions addressing patent law issues related to inducement and

  5. Supreme Court issues opinion on software patents and USPTO reacts with preliminary examination guidelines

    USA - July 21 2014

    In late June, the United States Supreme Court issued a long-awaited decision in Alice Corporation Pty. Ltd. v. CLS Bank International that may have

  1. Supreme Court issues opinion on software patents and USPTO reacts with preliminary examination guidelines

    USA - July 21 2014

    In late June, the United States Supreme Court issued a long-awaited decision in Alice Corporation Pty. Ltd. v. CLS Bank International that may have

  2. Consumer watchdog puts a leash on appealing USPTO decisions to federal court

    USA - July 21 2014

    Despite being dismissed by the Federal Circuit before reaching its highly anticipated substantive issues regarding patent eligibility, the ruling in

  3. How to file a trademark application: the guts of a U.S. trademark application (part 2 of 2)

    USA - July 21 2014

    The article in our May edition of the IP Bulletin addressed four of the eight most commonly asked questions that arise when completing a U.S

  4. The significance of copyright registration

    USA - July 21 2014

    Prior to March 2, 2010, the law was well settled that in order to enforce a copyright in court, the party bringing the claim must have a registration

  5. Avoiding a change in AIA status when filing continuation applications

    USA - July 21 2014

    The Leahy-Smith America Invents Act (AIA) introduced a number of important changes to U.S. patent law. Many of the provisions in the AIA do not apply