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

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 February 22, 2019, IPWatchdog remarked that bipartisan meetings in Congress are searching for legislative solutions to the Section 101 patent eligibility problems involving biotechnology, medical [...]

Internet Sightings by Frederic M. Douglas and James E. Hawes Feb 20192019-03-25T11:30:20+00:00

Internet Sightings Jan 2019 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 30, 2018, Robert Schaffer, Joseph Robinson, and Dustin Weeks explained the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals opinion in Ancora Techs. v. HTC Am., Inc., [...]

Internet Sightings Jan 2019 by Frederic M. Douglas and James E. Hawes2019-01-25T08:02:31+00:00

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