In the dynamic world of intellectual property, accessibility to the patent system is a critical factor in fostering innovation. Recognizing the need to bridge the gap for inventors new to the patent application process, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), in collaboration with its Council for Inclusive Innovation (CI2), introduces the groundbreaking First-Time Filer Expedited Examination Pilot Program.
The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) announced the Cancer Moonshot Expedited Examination Pilot Program.
In 2021, the USPTO began testing a new artificial intelligence (AI), tool that could make searching the database of patent applications simpler.
Ohio State University fought the ruling for three years
What you need to know about last year and the year ahead
In 2019, the world of trademark law was abuzz about the Supreme Court victory for a Los Angeles clothing designer whose win challenged the definition of the Lanham Act’s “immoral or scandalous” restrictions.
COVID-19 has impacted the practice of law across the board, not just for attorneys like me who specialize in patents and trademarks. I am advising my clients to consider pivots in strategy. Let’s take a quick overview of what’s happening right now.
A once-celebrated pioneer in the world of autonomous vehicle technology is getting a new title: Inmate. His downfall? Stealing trade secrets.
Timing is everything when it comes to registering trademarks. Case in point: “Space Force.” Two legally exist right now.
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