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How Many Days in Three Months? 90? 91? 92? Not At The PTAB In IPRs

May 11 2017 With the common calendar, February can be 28 days, but with January and March's 62 days, the three months of January through March is 90 days (except…

Agreement drafting tips to safeguard IP rights

June 6 2016 Intellectual property rights can arise through various situations that are typically covered by written agreements, including: (1) employee…

Indie Developers Change Game Name Over Bethesda Trademark Dispute

June 28 2019 On May 1st, 2017, No Matter Studios announced that they changed the name of their game “Prey for the Gods” to “Praey for the Gods” after a trademark…

Infernal Technology and Terminal Reality Sue Ubisoft, Epic Games, Take-Two, Sony, Crytek, Activision Blizzard, Microsoft, and Electronic Arts for Patent Infringement

August 13 2020 Since 2018, Infernal Technology, LLC and Terminal Reality, Inc. (“Infernal”) have filed patent infringement complaints against Ubisoft Inc…

Patent Office’s Continuation Filing Deadline Rule Upheld by the Federal Circuit

June 22 2016 Yesterday, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit reversed and remanded the decision of the Delaware district court in Immersion Corp. v. HTC…

At a glance: registering designs in USA

December 10 2020 A concise Q&A guide to registered designs in USA, covering scope, registration costs, grace period for filings and more.

Snapshot: procedure for design registration in USA

December 10 2020 A concise Q&A guide to the procedure for design registration in USA, including application, examinations and appeals, opposition and more.

In brief: design enforcement in USA

December 10 2020 A concise Q&A guide to enforcing design rights in USA, covering grounds for a claim, procedure, remedies and more.

PTAB Highlights | Takeaways From Recent Decisions in Post-Issuance Proceedings

December 4 2020 Denials of institution despite stipulations, relying on art not listed in grounds, and denial of a motion to extend the statutory deadline are a few…

U.S. Patent No. 10,456,680: Determining play of the game based on gameplay events

December 1 2020 U.S. Patent No. 10,456,680 (the ’680 Patent) relates to determining the play of the game based on events that occurred in a completed match. The ’680…