The USPTO finalizes rules of those who can take the patent bar examination and practice before the U.S. Patent Office, specifically by expanding the list of accepted degrees or additional necessary training requirements.
Takeaway: Plaintiffs of patent infringement cases should take careful notice of the allegations in their complaint. Be sure to raise enough factual allegations so the case will not be dismissed.
Takeaway: From now until September 7, the USPTO wants to hear public comments towards improving patent eligibility and its impact on innovation.
Takeaway: U.S. Patent and Trademark Office reaches new milestone in American innovation and ingenuity.
Takeaway: Even the largest companies are susceptible to trade secret theft, so take the careful and necessary steps to protect your intellectual property.
Takeaway: Biden Administration is evaluating option to suspend patent protections on COVID-19 vaccines in hopes to boost global supply.
Takeaway: Tax credits are a great incentive for small businesses and independent inventors to file patents.
Takeaway: Jury Trials hosted on Zoom are becoming more common due to COVID.
Takeaway: Design patents may be a cost effective means of protecting your intellectual property in addition to copyright protection.
Takeaway: Qualifying patent applicants can receive expedited examination.