When things go "bad" in the world of patent applications, they can go really, REALLY bad. Landmark Screens, LLC, v. Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, LLP and Thomas D. Kohler is a chilling example of what happens when a U.S. patent…more
In the Therasense case, the Federal Circuit redefines the meaning of inequitable conduct…more
When an applicant and the USPTO are unable to come to an agreement regarding the patentability of an invention, the next step is often a trip to the U.S. Patent Board of Appeal and Interferences. But are all appeals the same? A…more
Japanese statutes require that inventors be compensated for their inventions by their employers. Despite the statutory requirements, are inventors in Japan satisfied with the compensation that they receive? An informal look at…more
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