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Can a Computer Be an Inventor? The PTO Wants to Know What You Think

USA - September 3 2019 September 2019 Can a Computer Be an Inventor? The PTO Wants to Know What You Think Artificial intelligence (AI) issues in intellectual property are...

Michael S. Turner.

Not a No-Brainer: Institution of an ITC Investigation Means Careful Consideration of the Complaint

USA - July 22 2019 Draft a complaint, prepare your exhibits, file your papers, and soon an International Trade Commission (ITC) investigation to determine if you are...

Paul T. Qualey.

IP Reigns Supreme: Big Week for Intellectual Property at the Highest Court

USA - July 2 2019 After granting petitions for a writ of certiorari in two separate IP-related cases and deciding a federal ban on the registration of "immoral" or...

Susan A. Smith.

“Mounting” an Offense in the ITC to Stop Foreign Knockoffs at the Border

USA - June 26 2019 Anyone who uses a mobile device knows there are times when hands-free is a necessity. Enter National Products, Inc., a US maker of RAM Mounts for...

Michael S. Turner.

How a Merger Killed an IPR

USA - June 19 2019 Many parties sued or worried about being sued for patent infringement opt to fight back by asking the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) to assess...

Michael S. Turner.