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“Despite the ubiquity of employee NDAs, and their usefulness – in the abstract – as a reminder that the relationship is ...
11/23/2020
When it Pays to Talk About Your Secrets

“Despite the ubiquity of employee NDAs, and their usefulness – in the abstract – as a reminder that the relationship is confidential, some courts have started reading them closely and finding some that sweep too broadly to be enforceable.” “The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.” -- George Bernard Shaw The conversation begins, “Can you keep a secret?” “Yes, of course,” they say....

https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/11/23/pays-talk-trade-secrets/id=127568/

The conversation begins, “Can you keep a secret?” “Yes, of course,” they say. What happens next? Naturally, you tell them what it is that you are going to trust them with. That’s the way it happens in personal relationships. In business, it’s usually more complicated.

“The ITC must decide to uphold its duty, step in, and investigate the blatantly illegal actions of Samsung. The Commissi...
11/23/2020
Congress, the ITC and the Biden Administration Must Move Forward to Stop Samsung’s IP Abuse

“The ITC must decide to uphold its duty, step in, and investigate the blatantly illegal actions of Samsung. The Commission took a step in the right direction during the Comcast-TiVo litigation, and it needs to keep moving forward.” Editor’s note: The author is a director at Pictos. Last week, years of arguing and contention came to an end. The fight I’m referring to was not a political campaign, but that doesn’t make its impact on our country any less significant – it’s a victory that everyone can celebrate....

https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/11/23/congress-itc-biden-administration-must-move-forward-stop-samsungs-ip-abuse/id=127562/

Last week, years of arguing and contention came to an end. The fight I’m referring to was not a political campaign, but that doesn’t make its impact on our country any less significant – it’s a victory that everyone can celebrate.

“Since Section 16600 ‘has been applied to employment contracts in a manner highly protective of former employees,’ the c...
11/23/2020
Federal Circuit Sides with Inventors on Analysis of California Employment Contract Law

“Since Section 16600 ‘has been applied to employment contracts in a manner highly protective of former employees,’ the court said the assignment provision has ‘a broad restraining effect that renders it invalid under §16600.’” The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit yesterday reversed a district court finding that an inventor of water park surfing attractions breached his employment agreement and that his co-inventor was improperly listed as an inventor....

https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/11/23/federal-circuit-reverses-district-court-sides-inventors-analysis-california-employment-contract-law/id=127492/

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit yesterday reversed a district court finding that an inventor of water park surfing attractions breached his employment agreement and that his co-inventor was improperly listed as an inventor.

“It’s time to board the PCT train. Your clients will like it, you’ll be providing leveraged value and preserving the pos...
11/22/2020
Why It’s Time to Board the PCT Train: The Benefits of Filing U.S. Patent Applications via the PCT First

“It’s time to board the PCT train. Your clients will like it, you’ll be providing leveraged value and preserving the possibility of patent rights around the world, and you’ll control the timeline in the United States for prosecution for any technology.” I am going to make a bold statement: every non-provisional patent application for an invention originating in the U.S. should be filed via the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) first....

https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/11/22/time-board-pct-train-benefits-filing-us-patent-applications-via-pct-first/id=127518/

I am going to make a bold statement: every non-provisional patent application for an invention originating in the U.S. should be filed via the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) first.

Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP seeks an experienced trademark prosecution Attorney for our thriving Intellectual Prop...
11/22/2020
Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath Seeks An Experienced Trademark Prosecution Attorney - IPWatchdog.com | Patents & Patent Law

Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP seeks an experienced trademark prosecution Attorney for our thriving Intellectual Property practice. Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP is an Am Law 50 firm with offices located throughout the U.S., Europe, and China. This position offers the opportunity to play a key role in growing our existing trademark, copyright, and advertising practice in our Indianapolis, Minneapolis, Washington D.C., or Denver offices....

https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/11/22/faegre-drinker-biddle-reath/id=127537/

Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP seeks an experienced trademark prosecution Attorney with an opportunity to play a key role in growing our existing trademark, copyright, and advertising practice in our Indianapolis, Minneapolis, Washington D.C., or Denver offices.

“Since pharmaceutical patent applications must be submitted for prior approval by the Brazilian National Agency for Sani...
11/21/2020
A Look at BPTO Data on Pharmaceutical Patents Subject to the Minimum Term of Ten Years From Grant

“Since pharmaceutical patent applications must be submitted for prior approval by the Brazilian National Agency for Sanitary Surveillance before being prosecuted at the BPTO, this adds to the already high average grant time.” A key issue of discussion with respect to the Brazilian patent system has to do with patents granted by the Brazilian Patent and Trademark Office (BPTO) under the following sole paragraph of…...

https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/11/21/bpto-data-shows-thousands-pharmaceutical-patents-granted-2021-will-ten-years-protection-grant/id=127378/

A key issue of discussion with respect to the Brazilian patent system has to do with patents granted by the Brazilian Patent and Trademark Office under the sole paragraph of Article 40 of the Brazilian IP Law.

This week in Other Barks & Bites: the USPTO issues a final rule on trademark fee adjustments at the agency and also exte...
11/20/2020
Other Barks & Bites for Friday, November 20: USPTO Extends Comment Period for Discretion on PTAB Institutions, ITC Rescinds Orders in Rovi Case Against Comcast and CAFC Says CBM Determinations Not Appealable Under Thryv

This week in Other Barks & Bites: the USPTO issues a final rule on trademark fee adjustments at the agency and also extends the public comment period for soliciting input on the agency’s exercise of discretion in institution trials at the PTAB; the UKIPO issues updates to post-Brexit rules narrowing acceptable Addresses for Service on agency filings; the Federal Circuit affirms a $90 million infringement verdict against GlaxoSmithKline’s sale of Ellipta inhalers, and rules that the Supreme Court’s decision in…...

https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/11/20/barks-bites-friday-november-20-uspto-extends-comment-period-discretion-ptab-institutions-itc-rescinds-orders-rovi-case-comcast-cafc-says-cbm-determinations-not-app/id=127529/

This week in Other Barks & Bites: the USPTO issues a final rule on trademark fee adjustments at the agency and also extends the public comment period for soliciting input on the agency’s exercise of discretion in institution trials at the PTAB.

“Brand restrictions now impact or threaten to impact statutory and common law protection regarding the use of word marks...
11/20/2020
Panelists Address Growing Threat from ‘Brand Restrictions’ at Virtual INTA Annual Meeting

“Brand restrictions now impact or threaten to impact statutory and common law protection regarding the use of word marks, logos, packaging, product shape, colors and other source-identifying mechanisms that constitute the totality of a brand’s image.” – INTA Resolution Restrictions on the use of branding symbols are a growing and serious threat to IP rights, according to a panel of trademark specialists speaking at the online…...

https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/11/20/panelists-address-growing-threat-brand-restrictions-virtual-inta-annual-meeting/id=127498/

Restrictions on the use of branding symbols are a growing and serious threat to IP rights, according to a panel of trademark specialists speaking at the online INTA Annual Meeting this week, which has been combined this year with the Association’s Leadership Meeting and is being held virtually.

“The determination that a patent qualifies for CBM review is expressly and exclusively tied to the decision to institute...
11/19/2020
Federal Circuit Considers CBM Review Under Thryv on Remand from SCOTUS

“The determination that a patent qualifies for CBM review is expressly and exclusively tied to the decision to institute the proceeding. Thus, the CAFC concluded that, according to Thryv, '§ 324(e) prohibits judicial review of SIPCO’s challenge because it is nothing more than a contention that the agency should have refused to institute CBM review.'” On Tuesday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) in…...

https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/11/19/federal-circuit-considers-covered-business-method-review-thryv-remand-scotus/id=127503/

On Tuesday, the Federal Circuit in SIPCO, LLC v. Emerson Electric Co. affirmed a determination of the Patent Trial and Appeal Board that the claims at issue were obvious in view of the prior art in an appeal that was returned to the CAFC on remand from the U.S. Supreme Court.

It was a light week for Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) filings, with just 18 new petitions, while the district cou...
11/19/2020
Patent Filings Roundup: EZ Pass Suit; Broken Smartphone Suppliers; Music Plugin Competitor Suits

It was a light week for Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) filings, with just 18 new petitions, while the district courts remained busy with 71 new complaints. Some patent filings were new additions to existing assertion campaigns like Virtual Immersion , Cedar Lane Technologies Inc., or Browse3D; at least six new filings by Viking Technologies, LLC…...

https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/11/19/patent-filings-roundup-ez-pass-suit-broken-smartphone-suppliers-music-plugin-competitor-suits/id=127488/

It was a light week for Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) filings, with just 18 new petitions, while the district courts remained busy with 71 new complaints.

“The ‘choreographic work’ standard is the ultimate dividing line between a copyrightable piece of art and a simple set o...
11/19/2020
Copyright for Choreography: When is Copying a Dance a Copyright Violation?

“The ‘choreographic work’ standard is the ultimate dividing line between a copyrightable piece of art and a simple set of movements that cannot be copyrighted. But exactly where this line is drawn is the basis for many copyright-related lawsuits.” Recent news reports about choreographer JaQuel Knight’s efforts to copyright some of his iconic dance routines, such as Beyoncé’s “Single Ladies,” are a reminder that such works face steep hurdles when it comes to qualifying for protection....

https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/11/19/copyright-choreography-copying-dance-copyright-violation/id=127455/

Recent news reports about choreographer JaQuel Knight’s efforts to copyright some of his iconic dance routines, such as Beyoncé’s “Single Ladies,” are a reminder that such works face steep hurdles when it comes to qualifying for protection.

“Late entry of an after final petition, either by design or happenstance, strongly correlates with the petition being fu...
11/18/2020
Petitions Filed After Final Dismissed as Moot: USPTO Runs Down the Clock (Part IV)

“Late entry of an after final petition, either by design or happenstance, strongly correlates with the petition being further delayed and ultimately being dismissed as moot.” While researching the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s (USPTO) treatment of final Office actions for previous articles (Part I, Part II and Part III), we noticed too many petition decisions dismissed as moot for it to have happened by chance....

https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/11/18/petitions-filed-final-dismissed-moot-uspto-runs-clock-part-iv/id=127436/

While researching the USPTO's treatment of final Office actions for previous articles, we noticed too many petition decisions dismissed as moot for it to have happened by chance. Here in Part IV, we examine timely filed petitions that were dismissed as moot because the USPTO decision was inexplicabl...

“Comparing the case to Arthrex, IYM stated that ‘unconstitutionally appointed APJs adjudicated IYM’s patent rights, and ...
11/18/2020
Supreme Court Denies Patent Petitions on Arthrex, Eligibility

“Comparing the case to Arthrex, IYM stated that ‘unconstitutionally appointed APJs adjudicated IYM’s patent rights, and the remedy should be the same as in Arthrex—the Board’s final written decision should be vacated, and the case remanded for a constitutionally valid proceeding.’” On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court denied petitions for certiorari in two cases from the U.S. Court of Appeals of the Federal Circuit (CAFC): …...

https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/11/18/supreme-court-denies-patent-petitions-arthrex-eligibility/id=127432/

On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court denied petitions for certiorari in two cases from the U.S. Court of Appeals of the Federal Circuit (CAFC): IYM Technologies LLC v. RPX Corporation and Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. and WhitServe LLC v. Donuts Inc.

Join Gene Quinn on Thursday, November 19 for a conversation about the practical implications of patent examiners and the...
11/18/2020
Webinar - Practical Implications of Examiner Type on Litigation Outcomes

Join Gene Quinn on Thursday, November 19 for a conversation about the practical implications of patent examiners and their impact on patent litigation. Joining Gene will be patent attorneys Michael Sartori from Baker Botts and Megan McLoughlin from LexisNexis Intellectual Property. Register:

This webinar will cover litigation trends by examiner type, including the impact on IPRs at the PTAB in terms of number and winning percentages.

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on Tuesday published a Final Rule setting new fees for trademark filings and Tradem...
11/18/2020
USPTO Publishes Final Rule Codifying Significant Trademark Fee Increases

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on Tuesday published a Final Rule setting new fees for trademark filings and Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) proceedings, which will be effective January 2, 2021. The last time trademark fees were adjusted was about three years ago. The increases range from modest to fairly substantial. To file an application using the TEAS Plus option…...

https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/11/18/uspto-publishes-final-rule-codifying-significant-trademark-fee-increases/id=127414/

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on Tuesday published a Final Rule setting new fees for trademark filings and Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) proceedings, which will be effective January 2, 2021.

“The CAFC asserted that allowing Google to press a specific claim construction on appeal that it did not present to the ...
11/17/2020
Federal Circuit Holds Google Forfeited Claim Construction Arguments Not Presented to PTAB

“The CAFC asserted that allowing Google to press a specific claim construction on appeal that it did not present to the Board would deprive the Board of its role in reviewing the rejection of patent applications.” On November 13, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) affirmed a decision of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Patent Trial and Appeal Board (Board) in…...

https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/11/17/federal-circuit-holds-google-forfeited-claim-construction-arguments-not-presented-ptab/id=127419/

On November 13, the Federal Circuit affirmed a decision of the Patent Trial and Appeal Board in In re: Google Technology Holdings LLC. In particular, the CAFC upheld a decision of the Board affirming a patent examiner’s final rejection and holding that Google forfeited the arguments put forth on a...

“Most entities do not explain how their per unit rates vary from one end user product to the next (i.e. from one royalty...
11/17/2020
FRAND Royalty Base Statements and Cellular Wireless Standard Essential Patents (Part III)

“Most entities do not explain how their per unit rates vary from one end user product to the next (i.e. from one royalty base to the next), instead opting to post rates for handsets along with some language about being flexible.” This is the third in a series of articles analyzing statements made by various entities in the cellular industry regarding licensing Standard Essential Patents (SEPs) on a Fair, Reasonable and Non-Discriminatory (FRAND) basis....

https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/11/17/frand-royalty-base-statements-and-cellular-wireless-standard-essential-patents-part-iii/id=127397/

This is the third in a series of articles analyzing statements made by various entities in the cellular industry regarding licensing Standard Essential Patents (SEPs) on a Fair, Reasonable and Non-Discriminatory (FRAND) basis. This article focuses on statements regarding the FRAND royalty base.

“I suspect that the law does allow Director Iancu to create rules interpreting Section 101, at least within the limited ...
11/17/2020
Director Iancu Could Address Section 101 Problems Through Regulations Governing Post Grant Review Trials

“I suspect that the law does allow Director Iancu to create rules interpreting Section 101, at least within the limited context of the America Invents Act’s post-grant review trials.” Since U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) Director Andrei Iancu took office, I have observed, with admiration, how he has taken bold action to improve perceived problems in the patent system. For example, in my…...

https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/11/17/director-iancu-address-section-101-problems-regulations-governing-post-grant-review-trials/id=127347/

I suspect that the law allows Director Iancu to create rules interpreting Section 101, at least within the limited context of the America Invents Act’s post-grant review trials.

Intellectual Property Insurance Services Corporation (IPISC) is currently seeking to hire IP Insurance Sales Account Exe...
11/17/2020
Intellectual Property Insurance Services Corporation (IPISC) Hiring IP Insurance Sales Account Executive - IPWatchdog.com | Patents & Patent Law

Intellectual Property Insurance Services Corporation (IPISC) is currently seeking to hire IP Insurance Sales Account Executive. In this role, you will be responsible for the prospecting of new clients and generating revenue through the closing of new business sales opportunities. This position requires the successful selling of IP insurance policies directed to the enforcement and/or defense of intellectual property rights, such as patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets....

https://www.ipwatchdog.com/2020/11/17/intellectual-property-insurance-services-corporation-ipisc-hiring-ip-insurance-sales-account-executive/id=127389/

Intellectual Property Insurance Services Corporation (IPISC) is currently seeking to hire IP Insurance Sales Account Executive. In this role, you will be responsible for the prospecting of new clients and generating revenue through the closing of new business sales opportunities.

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Hi, reading an article concerning Amazon and China Products. We ordered a bread maker from Amazon in April 2020. In very small print from Amazon, we saw it was being sold by 3rd party coming from China (after lots of research). Could not contact seller, Amazon said we bought from 3rd party so no help from them. The middle of July 2020 I filed a Better Business Bureau complaint against Amazon. Amazon immediately refunded the money. The bread maker arrived late July with nothing but Chinese symbols on the machine, manual was Chinese with no online English translation. It also had a 220V plug, and some kind of unlabeled powder inside. Had I not filed with the BBB, we would be out $450 as the machine was worthless. The return label was to a gas station in Alabama. Contacted this business, was told his address was "hacked" by Chinese companies using Amazon as things were being shipped back to him. The only translation we could find about the company was a Chinese Police address. Amazon told us that they do not Vet the 3rd party sellers so you are on your own trying to deal with them.
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?