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AUTM Webinar: TLO Toolbox: Hammer Out Successful License Agreements and Avoid Terminal Disclaimer Problems
July 30, 2020
Presenters: Andy Curtin – Director of Intellectual Property, Northeastern University Center for Research Innovation Deirdre Sanders – Principal, Hamilton...
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Patent Portfolio Management in Uncertain Economic Times
June 29, 2020 - Article Published in Bloomberg Law
By: F. James Coe
       Patent portfolios are excellent long-term investments, and it’s critical to review your portfolio during these uncertain economic times...
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USPTO COVID-19 Response Update
June 5, 2020
By: Deirdre E. Sanders
The USPTO announced that it has launched the COVID-19 Response Resource Center to provide improved access to USPTO initiatives, programs, and other helpful intellectual property-related...
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PODCAST RECORDING: Solutions for Manufacturing Your Electronic Ideas
June 5, 2020
PODCAST RECORDING Presented by Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Produced by MIT Enterprise Forum of Cambridge   What does it take to bring a product, like a medical device...
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Susan Glovsky, Principal at Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds, is quoted in Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly Article
May 12, 2020
An article by Barry Bridges appearing in the Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly on May 7, 2020, reporting on a Supreme Court decision related to inter partes review, quotes Susan Glovsky...
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Federal Circuit Decision Shows How Software Improvements to Computer Technologies are Patentable
May 6, 2020
By: Benjamin J. Sparrow
The Court held that “software can make patent-eligible improvements to computer technology, and related claims are eligible as long as they are directed to non-abstract improvements...
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United States Patent Office Finds Artificial Intelligence System Cannot Be An Inventor
April 29, 2020
By: F. James Coe
The United States Patent Office limits inventorship to “natural persons.” Under current U.S. patent law, identifying an Artificial Intelligence (AI) system as an inventor...
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Justices Say Willfulness Not Needed For Trademark Profits
April 24, 2020
By: John L. DuPré and Timothy J. Meagher
Supreme Court clarifies that there is no willfulness requirement for awarding profits in trademark cases Defendant’s mental state is important in determining whether...
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AUTM Webinar: TLO Toolbox: Hammer Out Successful License Agreements and Avoid Terminal Disclaimer Problems
July 30, 2020
Presenters: Andy Curtin – Director of Intellectual Property, Northeastern University Center for Research Innovation Deirdre Sanders – Principal, Hamilton...
More »
 
Patent Portfolio Management in Uncertain Economic Times
June 29, 2020 - Article Published in Bloomberg Law
By: F. James Coe
       Patent portfolios are excellent long-term investments, and it’s critical to review your portfolio during these uncertain economic times...
More »
 
USPTO COVID-19 Response Update
June 5, 2020
By: Deirdre E. Sanders
The USPTO announced that it has launched the COVID-19 Response Resource Center to provide improved access to USPTO initiatives, programs, and other helpful intellectual property-related...
More »
 
PODCAST RECORDING: Solutions for Manufacturing Your Electronic Ideas
June 5, 2020
PODCAST RECORDING Presented by Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Produced by MIT Enterprise Forum of Cambridge   What does it take to bring a product, like a medical device...
More »
 
Susan Glovsky, Principal at Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds, is quoted in Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly Article
May 12, 2020
An article by Barry Bridges appearing in the Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly on May 7, 2020, reporting on a Supreme Court decision related to inter partes review, quotes Susan Glovsky...
More »
 
Federal Circuit Decision Shows How Software Improvements to Computer Technologies are Patentable
May 6, 2020
By: Benjamin J. Sparrow
The Court held that “software can make patent-eligible improvements to computer technology, and related claims are eligible as long as they are directed to non-abstract improvements...
More »
 
United States Patent Office Finds Artificial Intelligence System Cannot Be An Inventor
April 29, 2020
By: F. James Coe
The United States Patent Office limits inventorship to “natural persons.” Under current U.S. patent law, identifying an Artificial Intelligence (AI) system as an inventor...
More »
 
Justices Say Willfulness Not Needed For Trademark Profits
April 24, 2020
By: John L. DuPré and Timothy J. Meagher
Supreme Court clarifies that there is no willfulness requirement for awarding profits in trademark cases Defendant’s mental state is important in determining whether...
More »
 

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