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The Revival of the Design Patent - A Look at Design Patents and the Implications of Apple v. Samsung
April 24, 2013
You are Invited to Attend our Presentation on The Revival of the Design Patent - A Look at Design Patents and the Implications of Apple v. Samsung April 24th at The Westin ...
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Diagnostic Inventions - What is patentable after Prometheus?
April 17, 2013
Join Deirdre Sanders and Brian Moriarty, both Principals at Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds, on Wednesday, April 17, 2013 as they present "Diagnostic Inventions - What...
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Patent Marking is not Conclusive Proof of Patent Infringement
April 11, 2013 - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Alert
By: Brian T. Moriarty
Marking a product with a patent number and paying royalties are merely rebuttable evidence that a product may be covered by a patent. A licensee's marking of a product with...
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Avoiding Intellectual Property Problems in Research Collaborations Using Information Technology
April 9, 2013
Join Scott Pierce, Principal at Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds, on Tuesday, April 9, 2013 as he co-presents "Avoiding Intellectual Property Problems in Research Collaborations...
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Federal Circuit to Reconsider 15-Year Claim Construction Position: Patent Holders and Their Counsel on Watch
April 8, 2013 - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Alert
By: Deirdre E. Sanders
Claim construction (i.e., the determination of the meaning and scope of claims) is a major part of patent infringement litigation proceedings and can make or break a party’...
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U.S. Supreme Court Copyright Non-Infringement Ruling Results in Global Expansion of the First-Sale Defense
April 3, 2013 - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Alert
By: Mary Lou Wakimura
The first-sale doctrine has no geographical boundaries and is a defense to copyright infringement when copyrighted goods lawfully made abroad are imported into the U.S. and re-sold...
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BIO IP Counsels Committee Conference
March 25-27, 2013
Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds is pleased to be a sponsor of this year's BIO IP Counsels Committee Conference, which will be held in San Diego, CA from March...
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What You Need to Know about Patent Law Practice After the AIA
March 22, 2013
The America Invents Act (AIA) is the most sweeping change to U.S. patent law in the last half century. Key aspects became effective when the AIA was signed into law in 2011. The critical...
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The Revival of the Design Patent - A Look at Design Patents and the Implications of Apple v. Samsung
April 24, 2013
You are Invited to Attend our Presentation on The Revival of the Design Patent - A Look at Design Patents and the Implications of Apple v. Samsung April 24th at The Westin ...
More »
 
Diagnostic Inventions - What is patentable after Prometheus?
April 17, 2013
Join Deirdre Sanders and Brian Moriarty, both Principals at Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds, on Wednesday, April 17, 2013 as they present "Diagnostic Inventions - What...
More »
 
Patent Marking is not Conclusive Proof of Patent Infringement
April 11, 2013 - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Alert
By: Brian T. Moriarty
Marking a product with a patent number and paying royalties are merely rebuttable evidence that a product may be covered by a patent. A licensee's marking of a product with...
More »
 
Avoiding Intellectual Property Problems in Research Collaborations Using Information Technology
April 9, 2013
Join Scott Pierce, Principal at Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds, on Tuesday, April 9, 2013 as he co-presents "Avoiding Intellectual Property Problems in Research Collaborations...
More »
 
Federal Circuit to Reconsider 15-Year Claim Construction Position: Patent Holders and Their Counsel on Watch
April 8, 2013 - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Alert
By: Deirdre E. Sanders
Claim construction (i.e., the determination of the meaning and scope of claims) is a major part of patent infringement litigation proceedings and can make or break a party’...
More »
 
U.S. Supreme Court Copyright Non-Infringement Ruling Results in Global Expansion of the First-Sale Defense
April 3, 2013 - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Alert
By: Mary Lou Wakimura
The first-sale doctrine has no geographical boundaries and is a defense to copyright infringement when copyrighted goods lawfully made abroad are imported into the U.S. and re-sold...
More »
 
BIO IP Counsels Committee Conference
March 25-27, 2013
Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds is pleased to be a sponsor of this year's BIO IP Counsels Committee Conference, which will be held in San Diego, CA from March...
More »
 
What You Need to Know about Patent Law Practice After the AIA
March 22, 2013
The America Invents Act (AIA) is the most sweeping change to U.S. patent law in the last half century. Key aspects became effective when the AIA was signed into law in 2011. The critical...
More »
 

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