The delicate balance between protecting a university's intellectual property and the importance for faculty and students to publish their research findings can create predicaments for the university technology transfer offices. We address the disclosure activities common in the university settings and how to mitigate potential risk.
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The U.S. Enters the International Design Frontier: The Ins and Outs of the Hague Agreement on Industrial DesignJuly 21, 2015
The U.S. became a member of the Geneva Act of the Hague Agreement in May 2015. U.S. applicants can now take advantage of a centralized procedure for global examination of design applications.
There are numerous advantages to using new post-grant proceedings for patent trials.
The US Court of Appeals has issued a precedential decision, extending the 'something more' standard.
The USPTO recently released its 2014 Interim Guidance on Patent Subject Matter Eligibility.