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IPWatchdog.com has been online since 1999 and has provided information and news regarding intellectual property to many tens of millions of unique visitors. This page is open to all, but is intended to provide a platform to meet others who are interested in intellectual property topics including patents, copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets, business and the Internet.

“For many areas of knowledge creation, it is now the IP holder who must prove that their property is deserving, and ther...
09/17/2020
IP Consciousness – It Starts with Leadership

“For many areas of knowledge creation, it is now the IP holder who must prove that their property is deserving, and there are a host of mechanisms – legal and cultural – to prevent that from happening.” Intellectual property rights continue to be the Rodney Dangerfield of assets - they “can't get no respect.” The reasons are complex, but not terribly surprising, given the increased speed and importance of technology in recent years. [ 1,260 more word ]
https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/09/17/ip-consciousness-starts-leadership/id=125214/

Intellectual property rights continue to be the Rodney Dangerfield of assets - they “can't get no respect.” The reasons are complex, but not terribly surprising, given the increased speed and importance of technology in recent years.

"If accused infringers need not come forward with any evidence—if bald assertion is enough—they will have incentive to a...
09/17/2020
Packet Intelligence Asks CAFC to Rehear Panel Analysis on Patent Marking Under Arctic Cat

"If accused infringers need not come forward with any evidence—if bald assertion is enough—they will have incentive to assert indiscriminately that products were not properly marked. At no cost to themselves, they could inflict on patentees the arduous and costly task of proving that each of those products either does not practice the invention or is properly marked." - Packet Intelligence petition for rehearing… [ 961 more words ]
https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/09/17/packet-intelligence-asks-cafc-to-rehear-panel-analysis-patent-marking-under-arctic-cat/id=125296/

Packet Intelligence, LLC has filed a combined request for rehearing and rehearing en banc with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, asking the Court to review a July 2020 panel decision relating to its interpretation of the patent marking statute.

“Panelists discussed a ‘leaky pipeline’ that is increasing the gender gap for women inventors. Shimabuku noted that, as ...
09/17/2020
Panelists Provide Perspectives on The Gender Gap in Stem Education, Funding and Inventorship

“Panelists discussed a ‘leaky pipeline’ that is increasing the gender gap for women inventors. Shimabuku noted that, as of 2017, women made up about 30% of the science and engineering workforce, but only made up about 13% of inventors, which indicated that women inventers are being lost along the pipeline.” As IPWatchdog’s Virtual CON2020 continues, in a session on Day 7 titled “ [ 617 more words ]
https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/09/17/panelists-provide-perspectives-gender-gap-stem-education-funding-inventorship/id=125268/

As IPWatchdog’s Virtual CON2020 continues, in a session on Day 7 titled “The Gender Gap: Stem Education, Funding & Inventorship,” a panel discussed the current underrepresentation of women and possible steps forward in STEM disciplines, patent professions and inventing.

“The Small Business Inventor intervenors in the California case point to the same absence of rulemaking as a problem, bu...
09/16/2020
Tech Companies’ Lawsuit Against USPTO, Small Business Inventors Motion to Intervene, Highlight Need to Address NHK-Fintiv Factors Via Rulemaking

“The Small Business Inventor intervenors in the California case point to the same absence of rulemaking as a problem, but where the tech companies argue ‘that the Director has exercised too much discretion to deny institution in such scenarios[, the Small Business Inventors]…point to the absence of rulemaking as part of their argument that the Director has not exercised discretion enough (or with enough clarity) to deny institution.” [ 1,409 more word ]
https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/09/16/tech-companies-lawsuit-uspto-small-business-inventors-motion-intervene-highlight-need-address-nhk-fintiv-factors-via-rulemaking/id=125250/

In denying institution to a recent Apple IPR petition, the PTAB relied on a discretionary multi-factor test referred to as NHK-Fintiv. The NHK-Fintiv framework is at the center of a lawsuit filed by Apple, Google, Cisco and Intel against the USPTO in the Northern District of California.

District court patent filings were substantially lulled this week, with about a third of what’s normal—33—filed to the P...
09/16/2020
Patent Filings Roundup: CBM Goes Out with a Whimper; Board Denies Unwired Planet Challenge After District Court Verdict; Fortress-Owned Divx Targets Devices

District court patent filings were substantially lulled this week, with about a third of what’s normal—33—filed to the Patent Trial and Appeal Board’s 32 petitions, propped up by lithium-ion battery company Amprius filing eight inter partes reviews (IPRs) against the Japanese Softbank (via Fortress IP)-owned Traverse CF non-practicing entity (NPE). CBM Sunset: The little-used covered business methods (CBM) program sunsets today. [ 1,376 more word ]
https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/09/16/patent-filings-roundup-cbm-goes-whimper-board-denies-unwired-planet-challenge-district-court-verdict-fortress-owned-divx-targets-devices/id=125244/

District court filings were substantially lulled this week, with about a third of what’s normal—33—filed to the Patent Trial and Appeal Board’s 32 petitions. Meanwhile, The little-used covered business methods (CBM) program sunsets today.

“Small businesses inventors are America's golden goose. But the very group that is most productive for wealth creation a...
09/16/2020
The ‘Inventorpreneur’, America’s Economic Savior

“Small businesses inventors are America's golden goose. But the very group that is most productive for wealth creation and job creation receives only about one-eighth of its fair share of federal dollars.” As we start to approach the apex of the COVID-19 pandemic, the next hurdle will be solving the economic crisis. Getting people back to work will be the next job for America’s leaders. [ 785 more words ]
https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/09/16/inventorpreneur-americas-economic-savior/id=125218/

As we start to approach the apex of the COVID-19 pandemic, the next hurdle will be solving the economic crisis. Getting people back to work will be the next job for America’s leaders.

"The petition characterizes the questions presented as being 'of exceptional importance', as they touch on 'important fe...
09/15/2020
Acer v. Intellisoft Petition Rebukes CAFC for Disrespecting SCOTUS Precedent, Ignoring District Court

"The petition characterizes the questions presented as being 'of exceptional importance', as they touch on 'important federal questions concerning the balance between the powers of the state and federal in resolving patent law issues.'" Greenberg Traurig and The Rader Group – which is headed by retired Chief Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, Randall Rader - have submitted a… [ 1,118 more word ]
https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/09/15/acer-intellisoft-petition-rebukes-cafc-disrespecting-scotus-precedent-ignoring-district-court/id=125230/

Greenberg Traurig and The Rader Group – which is headed by retired Federal Circuit Chief Judge Randall Rader - have submitted a petition for certiorari to the U.S. Supreme Court on behalf of Acer America Corp. asking the Court to review the CAFC’s precedential opinion in Intellisoft v. Acer.

“It is critical that industry, academia, and government work together to strengthen our culture of innovation by encoura...
09/15/2020
New USPTO Council Aims to Strengthen U.S. Innovation By Increasing Participation of Underrepresented Groups

“It is critical that industry, academia, and government work together to strengthen our culture of innovation by encouraging the participation of young people from diverse backgrounds.” - U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) announced yesterday a major initiative to “build a more diverse and inclusive innovation ecosystem by encouraging participation demographically, geographically, and economically.” Dubbed the… [ 375 more words ]
https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/09/15/new-uspto-council-aims-strengthen-u-s-innovation-increasing-participation-underrepresented-groups/id=125209/

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) announced yesterday a major initiative to “build a more diverse and inclusive innovation ecosystem by encouraging participation demographically, geographically, and economically.”

“I am continually fascinated by audience perception and attitudes towards IP rights, which appear to be more negative to...
09/15/2020
‘Intangible Investor’ Column Moves to IPWatchdog

“I am continually fascinated by audience perception and attitudes towards IP rights, which appear to be more negative today than in the past. Similar to shares of stock, the premium between book and market value for patents and other IP rights often is based more on perception than actual performance.” Starting this week, author and CEO of Brody Berman Associates, … [ 1,146 more word ]
https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/09/15/intangible-investor-column-moves-ipwatchdog/id=125193/

Starting this week, author and CEO of Brody Berman Associates, Bruce Berman, will publish his well-known column, the "Intangible Investor” with IPWatchdog.

“The Ninth Circuit noted that copyright law protects ‘the creative labor of authors authors’ post-completion representat...
09/14/2020
Ninth Circuit Holds that Jersey Boys Did Not Infringe ‘Protected Expressive Elements’ of Autobiographical Book

“The Ninth Circuit noted that copyright law protects ‘the creative labor of authors authors’ post-completion representations about the lack of veracity of their own avowedly truthful work,’ which the Ninth Circuit referred to as the ‘asserted truths’ doctrine.” Last week, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit affirmed a decision on appeal from the U.S. District Court for the District of Nevada in… [ 923 more words ]
https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/09/14/ninth-circuit-holds-jersey-boys-not-infringe-autobiographical-book/id=125188/

Last week, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit affirmed a district court’s judgment after a jury trial, wherein the panel held that the musical, Jersey Boys, did not infringe copyright in an autobiography of Four Seasons’ band member Tommy DeVito.

This week in Washington IP developments, events get underway with a few programs at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office...
09/14/2020
This Week in Washington IP: DMCA Reforms, Google Antitrust Issues and Supporting the U.S. AI Workforce

This week in Washington IP developments, events get underway with a few programs at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, including the first day of a virtual road tour on federal funding of early stage innovative businesses and a look at recent changes to Chinese law on trade secrets. On Wednesday, the Senate IP Committee continues its efforts to modernize the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), focusing on potential reforms to Section 1201 of that law. [ 1,791 more word ]
https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/09/14/week-washington-ip-dmca-reforms-google-antitrust-issues-supporting-u-s-ai-workforce/id=125185/

This week in Washington IP developments, events get underway with a few programs at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, including the first day of a virtual road tour on federal funding of early stage innovative businesses and a look at recent changes to Chinese law on trade secrets.

“Professional sports brands and leagues would do well to work with retailers to understand how bad actors are fooling fa...
09/14/2020
The Rush for Redskins Gear Underscores an Exponential Rise in Counterfeits

“Professional sports brands and leagues would do well to work with retailers to understand how bad actors are fooling fans, the types of platforms they’re leveraging for their illegal activity, and how recent events will impact their businesses before it’s too late.” The Washington Football Team's (formerly the Washington Redskins’) move to change its name and logo has sparked a flurry of fans looking to “cash in” as national retailers pull the team’s merchandise off their shelves. [ 757 more words ]
https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/09/14/rush-redskins-gear-underscores-exponential-rise-counterfeits/id=125133/

The Washington Football Team's move to change its name and logo has sparked a flurry of fans looking to “cash in” as national retailers pull the team’s merchandise off their shelves. The rush to find Redskins gear may make things worse as fans make snap-purchasing decisions and accidentally bu...

“It seems manifestly unjust that a petitioner can publicly condemn a patent as obvious, yet not be forced to disclose ev...
09/13/2020
An Argument for Mandatory Production of Limited Secondary Consideration Evidence by Petitioners in Inter Partes Reviews

“It seems manifestly unjust that a petitioner can publicly condemn a patent as obvious, yet not be forced to disclose evidence documenting that, behind closed doors, the petitioner behaved in a manner (i.e., copied/applauded the patented technology) that suggests a contrary belief.” The Federal Circuit has repeatedly confirmed that secondary consideration evidence is an integral part of an obviousness analysis (indeed, it “may be the most pertinent, probative, and revealing evidence available to the decision maker in reaching a conclusion on the obviousness/nonobviousness issue”) and thus has… [ 1,071 more word ]
https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/09/13/argument-mandatory-production-limited-secondary-consideration-evidence-petitioners-inter-partes-reviews/id=125115/

The Federal Circuit has repeatedly confirmed that secondary consideration evidence is an integral part of an obviousness analysis and thus has mandated consideration of such evidence in assessing obviousness.

Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo is looking for a Patent Agent with a Ph.D. in the biological sciences to j...
09/13/2020
Mintz Levin Is Hiring a Patent Agent with a PhD in Biological Sciences in San Francisco Office - IPWatchdog.com | Patents & Patent Law

Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo is looking for a Patent Agent with a Ph.D. in the biological sciences to join their San Francisco office. Ideal candidates will have a minimum of 5 years of experience. Patent Agents work under the supervision and guidance of partners in our Intellectual Property section and perform a variety of patent-related activities, primarily in the areas of patent prosecution, freedom to operate analysis, and due diligence work. [ 343 more words ]
https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/09/13/mintz-levin-hiring-patent-agent-phd-biological-sciences-san-francisco-office/id=125164/

Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo is looking for a Patent Agent with a Ph.D. in the biological sciences to join their San Francisco office. Ideal candidates will have a minimum of 5 years of experience.

“Under the BPTO’s Resolution 245/2019, co-ownership will be a possibility for new filings as well as for trademarks that...
09/12/2020
Co-ownership of Trademarks in Brazil: Key Changes

“Under the BPTO’s Resolution 245/2019, co-ownership will be a possibility for new filings as well as for trademarks that were filed or granted prior to the Resolution becoming effective.” Brazil’s accession to the Madrid Protocol has included several important changes to the country’s trademark system, such as simplifying the registration of trademarks, reducing costs, and implementing procedures that were not previously possible through the Brazilian Patent and Trademark Office (BPTO). [ 563 more words ]
https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/09/12/co-ownership-trademarks-brazil-key-changes/id=125104/

Among the changes to Brazil’s trademark system following its accession to the Madrid Protocol is the long-awaited possibility of co-ownership of trademarks.

Bites (noun): more meaty news to sink your teeth into. Barks (noun): peripheral noise worth your attention. This week in...
09/11/2020
Other Barks & Bites for Friday, September 11: DOJ Says 2015 Letter on IEEE Policy Misinterpreted, Trademark Modernization Act Moves Forward, EU Creative Industries Decry Copyright Directive Implementation

Bites (noun): more meaty news to sink your teeth into. Barks (noun): peripheral noise worth your attention. This week in Other Barks & Bites: Assistant Attorney General Makan Delrahim tells the IEEE that an Obama-era letter from the Department of Justice on the standard setting organization’s patent policies has been misinterpreted to the detriment of innovation; a California entertainment lawyers group asks the Supreme Court to solve a circuit split on the copyrightability of fictional characters; the Patent Trial and Appeal Board denies an inter partes review petition from Apple under the… [ 1,640 more word ]
https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/09/11/barks-bites-friday-september-11-doj-says-2015-letter-ieee-policy-misinterpreted-trademark-modernization-act-moves-forward-eu-creative-industries-decry-copyright-directive-implem/id=125138/

This week in Other Barks & Bites: Makan Delrahim tells the IEEE that an Obama-era letter has been misinterpreted to the detriment of innovation; a California entertainment lawyers group asks SCOTUS to solve a circuit split on the copyrightability of fictional characters; and more.

“This ‘ping-pong’ between courtrooms across the globe could in theory go on and on. An anti-suit injunction can trigger ...
09/11/2020
The UK’s Need to Protect Its Position at Home and Abroad: A Commentary on the UK Supreme Court's Ruling in the Conversant Cases

“This ‘ping-pong’ between courtrooms across the globe could in theory go on and on. An anti-suit injunction can trigger an anti-anti suit injunction and so on. This is not particularly conducive to enhancing legal certainty and opens up a Pandora’s box of novel issues to come to grips with.” Standards such as WiFi, GSM, 2G, 3G or 4G/LTE have been central to connecting the world. [ 878 more words ]
https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/09/11/uks-need-protect-position-home-abroad-commentary-conversant-cases/id=125085/

During the Covid-19 crisis, it was thanks to the technologies key standards enable that the global economy did not totally collapse. As we “zoomed” our way through self-isolation, the UK Supreme Court issued a landmark judgment.

“Prior to the COVID-19 crisis, the innovation landscape was flourishing, but now ‘the money to fund innovative ventures ...
09/10/2020
United States is Third Again in WIPO Global Innovation Index 2020

“Prior to the COVID-19 crisis, the innovation landscape was flourishing, but now ‘the money to fund innovative ventures is drying up deals are in sharp decline across North America, Asia, and Europe’, with the most negative effects being felt by ‘early-stage VCs, by R&D-intensive start-ups, and in countries that are not typically VC hotspots.’” Last week, the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) issued the… [ 641 more words ]
https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/09/10/united-states-third-wipo-global-innovation-index-2020/id=125127/

Last week, WIPO issued the Global Innovation Index 2020 report jointly with Cornell University, INSEAD and the 2020 GII Knowledge Partners, which included The Confederation of Indian Industry, Dassault Systèmes - the 3DEXPERIENCE Company, and The National Confederation of Industry (CNI) – Brazil.

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Hi Team Can a small entity sell a patent to a big corporation or will you lose rights to the patent because you did not pay the full fees?
Gene: I am a small inventor but have several questions regarding Patent Claim Drafting 101 1. I have many patents from industry but not retired, so I decided to write my own for a small invention I developed. My experience has been that people who wrote the patents for me, never went far enough to extend the invention to get around prior art and make the patent stronger. They just documented what I gave them. Ergo, write my own. 2. With the poor protection of patents in China, why would I want to spend the money to have it patented in China? The main market is the USA anyway. 3. I will have someone do the drawings, only because I don't want to develop the cad capability right now. I have made some of the drawings with simple drawing apps but they still aren't good enough. 4. Are the patent programs good enough to use. Thanks and were would I see your response?
Just wanted to thank you Attorney Quinn for your DMCA take down notice and comments. I was under the impression that I was alone in the copyright infringement battle. I'm just starting this journey and am sure I'll need a Pro bono Intellectual property Attorney, since the infringer seems to be the only ones making a profit from my copyright published works.
Hey Gene, I’ve been reading your webpage and have a question. I have an addition to an established invention that would cost pennies to create. I can create and draw this invention with ease. What are my best options for this?
Hi! Do you know of any current laws with the USPTO or government protecting a family from getting sued say in the first year they created or launched their product? We were sued when I was patent pending and too, threatened when I was patent pending when there was no patent yet. We didn’t act fast enough as a family of 8 kids and we made our product in our garage by hand (no machines). We literally were just a homeschool family never been sued or had a craft business before. I wish there was a way to protect families from having to defend themselves in patent court (could the President put a law in order?) while we had no other income than selling our product that was first on the Market also. Any thoughts? Who can I write in Washington DC about this? It’s still my passion since we lost our home and our life for several years and haven’t recovered. We had a great idea and business only to be destroyed after only 5 months of success once they got the issued patent they sued in that same month. The USPTO could protect families by setting a limit when and who you can sue. ~ Joanna
I read an article y’all posted about Michael Kroll, I am having some issues with him. I let a friend who used him 20 years ago recommend him, and now in the middle of this pandemic he’s telling me I have to pay more money or the patent will be abandoned. I want to revoke the privileges of the POA of the attorney on file, who clearly isn’t him. This is a nightmare in the middle of a nightmare
Dear all, Will any of the pending patent bills in Congress help inventors? Is there a website comparing the different bills?
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How do things look for Netlist and the Itc wanting a review of specific details. Some say they are posturing for lowering the boom on Hynix while some think otherwise. What say you?