Internet Sightings

Internet Sightings November 2018 by Frederic M Douglas and James E Hawes

This column highlights some of the more notable recent online notices, newsletters, and blogs dealing with IP prosecution issues. IPWatchdog – a patents and patent law blog – IPwatchdog.com On November 3, 2018, Steve Brachmann explained that the USPTO is developing a rule (details here) that foreign trademark applicants and registrants must be represented by [...]

Internet Sightings November 2018 by Frederic M Douglas and James E Hawes2018-12-03T11:27:48+00:00

Internet Sightings October 2018 by Frederic M. Douglas and James E. Hawes

This column highlights some of the more notable recent online notices, newsletters, and blogs dealing with IP prosecution issues. IPWatchdog – a patents and patent law blog – IPwatchdog.com On August 26, 2018, Russell Slifer described the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) recent update to its Trial Practice Guide (PDF here), such as the [...]

Internet Sightings October 2018 by Frederic M. Douglas and James E. Hawes2018-10-29T15:54:15+00:00

Internet Sightings January 2018 by Frederic M. Douglas and James E. Hawes

This column highlights some of the more notable recent online notices, newsletters, and blogs dealing with IP prosecution issues. IPWatchdog – a patents and patent law blog – IPwatchdog.com In a post on January 17, 2018, John M. Roqitz discussed the Federal Circuit finding a virus-screening method not abstract and patent eligible in Finjan, Inc. [...]

Internet Sightings January 2018 by Frederic M. Douglas and James E. Hawes2018-03-29T15:25:45+00:00

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

This column highlights some of the more notable recent online notices, newsletters, and blogs dealing with IP prosecution issues. IPWatchdog – a patents and patent law blog – IPwatchdog.com In a post on November 2, 2017, Alec Schibanoff discussed the benefits of “open patent prosecution” which is essentially filing a continuing application to keep options [...]

Internet Sightings by Frederic M. Douglas and James E. Hawes2017-11-29T12:29:59+00:00

Internet Sightings by Frederic M. Douglas and James E. Hawes Oct. 2017

This column highlights some of the more notable recent online notices, newsletters, and blogs dealing with IP prosecution issues. IPWatchdog – a patents and patent law blog – IPwatchdog.com In a post on October 6, 2017, Robert Schaffer and Joseph Robinson discuss a cautionary example of when an equivalent encroaches on the prior art, in [...]

Internet Sightings by Frederic M. Douglas and James E. Hawes Oct. 20172017-11-29T12:31:24+00:00