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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...

Aimee N. Soucie.

A Good Looking Truck: Design Patents Can Protect Aesthetic Appeal of Auto Parts

USA - August 26 2019 Design patents can be a useful way to complement an IP portfolio because they can protect the way a product looks instead of how it works. Many...

July 2019 Update to the US Patent and Trademark Office Patent Trial Practice Guide

USA - August 4 2019 His client alert provides recommendations on how companies and practitioners should consider the Patent Office's recent update to the Patent Trial...

John Flock.

“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...

Aimee N. Soucie.

Supreme Court in Brief: Two IP-Related Cases Will Be Heard by the Highest Court

USA - June 25 2019 On June 24, 2019, the Supreme Court granted petitions for a writ of certiorari in two separate IP-related cases, one having to do with the...

Andrew D. Kasnevich, Jonathan D. Reichman, Jessica Cohen-Nowak.