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PATENT INFRINGEMENT: HOW IT’S PROVEN, AND HOW THIS SHOULD INFLUENCE YOUR PATENT FILINGS

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PATENT INFRINGEMENT: HOW IT’S PROVEN, AND HOW THIS SHOULD INFLUENCE YOUR PATENT FILINGS

As a patent owner, you have the legal right to exclude others from making, using, selling, or offering to sell…

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HOW TO AVOID APPLICANT ADMITTED PRIOR ART IN YOUR PATENT APPLICATIONS

HOW TO AVOID APPLICANT ADMITTED PRIOR ART IN YOUR PATENT APPLICATIONS

When drafting their patent applications, inventors often want to be very gratuitous in explaining what others before them have developed. …

HOW MANY CLAIMS SHOULD MY PATENT HAVE?

HOW MANY CLAIMS SHOULD MY PATENT HAVE?

Inventors often wonder whether the number of claims can affect the overall strength and value of their patent. In a…

ARIOSA V. ILLUMINA: DO PROVISIONAL PATENT APPLICATIONS COUNT AS PRIOR ART?

ARIOSA V. ILLUMINA: DO PROVISIONAL PATENT APPLICATIONS COUNT AS PRIOR ART?

In a previous blog post, we discussed whether secret sales should count as prior art under the AIA. The Supreme Court…

HOW TO SLOW DOWN PATENT PROSECUTION WITH THE USPTO

HOW TO SLOW DOWN PATENT PROSECUTION WITH THE USPTO

This is the second in a two-part blog series on controlling the speed of the patent process. (Read part…

SHOULD WE FILE A PROVISIONAL PATENT APPLICATION?

SHOULD WE FILE A PROVISIONAL PATENT APPLICATION?

Depending on who you talk to, you might hear that filing a provisional patent application is always a mistake, or…

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