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Lexmark Could Profoundly Impact Patent Exhaustion
December 5, 2016 - Law360
By: N. Scott Pierce
The U.S. Supreme Court has just granted a writ of certiorari in the case of Impression Products Inc. v. Lexmark International Inc. The ultimate decision by the court could have a profound...
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Open Source Software Solutions (Part 3): Educating your Employees about Open Source Software Issues
December 2, 2016 - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds
By: Mary Lou Wakimura, Giovanna H. Fessenden, and Mark R. Tredinnick
In this series of articles, we have covered the licensing and intellectual property (IP) risks surrounding open source software (OSS) code and the need for software development companies...
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In re Aqua Products: Claim Amendments During Inter Partes Review
October 2016 - Boston Patent Law Association Newsletter
The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit recently granted a petition to rehear en banc a decision by the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (Board) to deny entry of substitute...
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Open Source Software Solutions (Part 2): Understanding Open Source Software License Trigger Points and Resulting Obligations
October 28, 2016 - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds
By: Mary Lou Wakimura, Giovanna H. Fessenden, and Mark R. Tredinnick
In part one of this series, we introduced the licensing and intellectual property (IP) risks surrounding open source software (OSS) code and the need for software development companies...
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Open Source Software Solutions (Part 1): Getting to Know the Open Source Software in Your Products
October 4, 2016 - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds
By: Mary Lou Wakimura, Giovanna H. Fessenden, and Mark R. Tredinnick
As software companies turn towards open source software (OSS) solutions to develop robust and cutting-edge products, the enticement of highly-effective technology can obscure licensing...
More »
 
Recent Limitations On Patent Term Adjustment For 'A' Delay
March 9, 2016 - Law360
By: N. Scott Pierce
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office compensates patent applicants for delay in processing applications by issuing patent term adjustment that can lengthen the life of a patent based...
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Severability Of Joint Inventor’s Disclosed Work Under AIA
January 12, 2016 - Law360
By: N. Scott Pierce
Over two years have passed since filing of patent applications subject to the first-inventor-to-file-or-disclose restriction of the America Invents Act [1] began, and patents granted...
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Inventorship, Double Patenting, and the America Invents Act
December 1, 2015 - Berkeley Technology Law Journal
By: N. Scott Pierce
Scott Pierce authored an article titled "Inventorship, Double Patenting, and the America Invents Act" that was published in the Berkeley Technology Law Journal. ...
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Lexmark Could Profoundly Impact Patent Exhaustion
December 5, 2016 - Law360
By: N. Scott Pierce
The U.S. Supreme Court has just granted a writ of certiorari in the case of Impression Products Inc. v. Lexmark International Inc. The ultimate decision by the court could have a profound...
More »
 
Open Source Software Solutions (Part 3): Educating your Employees about Open Source Software Issues
December 2, 2016 - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds
By: Mary Lou Wakimura, Giovanna H. Fessenden, and Mark R. Tredinnick
In this series of articles, we have covered the licensing and intellectual property (IP) risks surrounding open source software (OSS) code and the need for software development companies...
More »
 
In re Aqua Products: Claim Amendments During Inter Partes Review
October 2016 - Boston Patent Law Association Newsletter
The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit recently granted a petition to rehear en banc a decision by the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (Board) to deny entry of substitute...
More »
 
Open Source Software Solutions (Part 2): Understanding Open Source Software License Trigger Points and Resulting Obligations
October 28, 2016 - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds
By: Mary Lou Wakimura, Giovanna H. Fessenden, and Mark R. Tredinnick
In part one of this series, we introduced the licensing and intellectual property (IP) risks surrounding open source software (OSS) code and the need for software development companies...
More »
 
Open Source Software Solutions (Part 1): Getting to Know the Open Source Software in Your Products
October 4, 2016 - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds
By: Mary Lou Wakimura, Giovanna H. Fessenden, and Mark R. Tredinnick
As software companies turn towards open source software (OSS) solutions to develop robust and cutting-edge products, the enticement of highly-effective technology can obscure licensing...
More »
 
Recent Limitations On Patent Term Adjustment For 'A' Delay
March 9, 2016 - Law360
By: N. Scott Pierce
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office compensates patent applicants for delay in processing applications by issuing patent term adjustment that can lengthen the life of a patent based...
More »
 
Severability Of Joint Inventor’s Disclosed Work Under AIA
January 12, 2016 - Law360
By: N. Scott Pierce
Over two years have passed since filing of patent applications subject to the first-inventor-to-file-or-disclose restriction of the America Invents Act [1] began, and patents granted...
More »
 
Inventorship, Double Patenting, and the America Invents Act
December 1, 2015 - Berkeley Technology Law Journal
By: N. Scott Pierce
Scott Pierce authored an article titled "Inventorship, Double Patenting, and the America Invents Act" that was published in the Berkeley Technology Law Journal. ...
More »
 

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