Internet Sightings by Frederic M. Douglas and James E. Hawes Feb 2020

This column highlights some of the more notable recent online notices, newsletters, and blogs dealing with IP prosecution issues. IPWatchdog – a patent law blog – IPwatchdog.com On January 3, 2020, a post by Gene Quinn announced that the USPTO has now stopped accepting requests for participation in the IP5 PCT Collaborative Search and Examination [...]

Internet Sightings by Frederic M. Douglas and James E. Hawes Feb 20202020-01-29T08:35:02-08:00

Internet Sightings by Frederic M. Douglas and James E. Hawes Nov 2019

This column highlights some of the more notable recent online notices, newsletters, and blogs dealing with IP prosecution issues. IPWatchdog – a patent law blog. On October 27, 2019, a post by N. Scott Pierce explained a position that focusing on utility is key to establishing patent eligibility under Section 101for claiming diagnostic tools. (Details [...]

Internet Sightings by Frederic M. Douglas and James E. Hawes Nov 20192019-11-26T11:18:27-08:00

Internet Sightings by Frederic M. Douglas and James E. Hawes 0919

This column highlights some of the more notable recent online notices, newsletters, and blogs dealing with IP prosecution issues. IPWatchdog – a patent law blog – IPwatchdog.com On August 30, 2019, a post discussed the Federal Circuit opinion relating to the written description requirement, Nalpropion Pharms., Inc. v. Actavis Labs. FL, Inc., No. 2018-1221, 2019 [...]

Internet Sightings by Frederic M. Douglas and James E. Hawes 09192019-10-03T14:29:59-07:00

Internet Sightings by Frederic M. Douglas and James E. Hawes August 2019

This column highlights some of the more notable recent online notices, newsletters, and blogs dealing with IP prosecution issues. IPWatchdog – a patent law blog – IPwatchdog.com On August 12, 2019, a post reviewed the Federal Circuit opinion in Quake v. Lo, Nos. 2018-1779, 2018-1780, 2018-1782, 2019 U.S. App. LEXIS 20407 (Fed. Cir., July 10, [...]

Internet Sightings by Frederic M. Douglas and James E. Hawes August 20192019-08-28T16:17:05-07:00

Internet Sightings by Frederic M. Douglas and James E. Hawes July 2019

This column highlights some of the more notable recent online notices, newsletters, and blogs dealing with IP prosecution issues. IPWatchdog – a patent law blog – IPwatchdog.com On June 27, 2019, Burman York “Bud” Mathis III provided his opinion that the Supreme Court’s June 24, 2019 refusal to grant cert of the Federal Circuit SAP [...]

Internet Sightings by Frederic M. Douglas and James E. Hawes July 20192019-07-24T11:22:37-07:00