The Innovation Firm

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Cesira Newcomb
Marketing Coordinator
978-202-3306
Cesira.Newcomb@hbsr.com

Innovation and Patent Eligibility - Theories and Application to Current Cases

January 28, 2013

You are Invited to Attend our Presentation on
Innovation and Patent Eligibility - Theories and Application to Current Cases
January 28th at the Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel
4:00 - 7:00pm with a networking cocktail reception immediately following

Announcing Distinguished Guest Panelist

Is my invention eligible for patent protection?  Statutory eligibility is among the most important questions in patent law today.  Courts have been struggling for decades to provide clear guidelines for innovators of rapidly advancing technology and related business practices. 
 
What is patentable?Join us on Monday, January 28 at the Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel, where we will address alternative foundations for patent eligibility and apply them to recent and active cases, including AMP v. Myriad, Mayo v. Prometheus and CLS Bank Int'l v. Alice Corp.

Questions that will be addressed include:

  • What is patent eligibility, and how does it compare to patentability?
  • What is the role of innovation in assessing patent eligibility?
  • Should naturally-occurring materials be eligible for patent protection?
  • What about diagnostic methods? Business methods?
  • What is the position of the United States Patent and Trademark Office in current cases?
  • How should you proceed under the guidelines provided by the United States Patent and Trademark Office?

4:00pm - Registration
4:30 - 7:00pm - Presentation and discussion
7:00 - 8:00pm - Networking cocktail reception


Location: Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel, 606 Congress Street, Boston, MA 02210

Transportation: The MBTA's Silver Line Way is 0.1 miles from the hotel.
 
Parking: The hotel offers valet parking for $44.  There are also many other parking lots available in the area. There are fees for all of these parking options.

  • Park Lane Garage (1 Park Lane)
  • Seaport Hotel Garage (entrances from Seaport Blvd, Congress Street, B Street, and D Street)
  • 390 Congress Street (outdoor parking)


Please click below to see a video recording of the presentation.

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January 28, 2013

You are Invited to Attend our Presentation on
Innovation and Patent Eligibility - Theories and Application to Current Cases
January 28th at the Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel
4:00 - 7:00pm with a networking cocktail reception immediately following

Announcing Distinguished Guest Panelist

Is my invention eligible for patent protection?  Statutory eligibility is among the most important questions in patent law today.  Courts have been struggling for decades to provide clear guidelines for innovators of rapidly advancing technology and related business practices. 
 
What is patentable?Join us on Monday, January 28 at the Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel, where we will address alternative foundations for patent eligibility and apply them to recent and active cases, including AMP v. Myriad, Mayo v. Prometheus and CLS Bank Int'l v. Alice Corp.

Questions that will be addressed include:

  • What is patent eligibility, and how does it compare to patentability?
  • What is the role of innovation in assessing patent eligibility?
  • Should naturally-occurring materials be eligible for patent protection?
  • What about diagnostic methods? Business methods?
  • What is the position of the United States Patent and Trademark Office in current cases?
  • How should you proceed under the guidelines provided by the United States Patent and Trademark Office?

4:00pm - Registration
4:30 - 7:00pm - Presentation and discussion
7:00 - 8:00pm - Networking cocktail reception


Location: Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel, 606 Congress Street, Boston, MA 02210

Transportation: The MBTA's Silver Line Way is 0.1 miles from the hotel.
 
Parking: The hotel offers valet parking for $44.  There are also many other parking lots available in the area. There are fees for all of these parking options.

  • Park Lane Garage (1 Park Lane)
  • Seaport Hotel Garage (entrances from Seaport Blvd, Congress Street, B Street, and D Street)
  • 390 Congress Street (outdoor parking)


Please click below to see a video recording of the presentation.

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For More Information, Contact

Cesira Newcomb
Marketing Coordinator
978-202-3306
Cesira.Newcomb@hbsr.com

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