As part of the Suffolk Law School Podcast Series , Leigh Martinson , of McDermott Will & Emery , recently spoke on the
America Invents Acts' transition from a first-to-invent to a first-to-file
What Does the Transition Mean and What Are the Consequences?
Mr. Martinson points out that...
As part of the Suffolk Law School Podcast Series , Dr. Eldora L. Ellison , of Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox ,
recently discussed post-grant review under the America Invents Act of 2011.
Exit Inter Partes Reexamination, Enter Post Grant Review
Currently, there are two types of patent reexamination...
By Shawn Leppo This
article is the second in a series of mini-articles considering a
section of the new patent statute and how it may affect your business. Among
the earliest provisions of the recently signed Leahy-Smith Patent
Reform Act to go into effect are changes related to patent marking...
From the US
Patent and Trademark Office :
16, 2011, President Obama signed the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act
(AIA) into law, which will foster innovation and
spur job creation in the United States. This Act sets into motion
the most comprehensive overhaul to our nation's patent...
By Harold C. Wegner Foley Partner Harold C. Wegner
authored a white paper that provides in-depth analysis of the Leahy
Smith America Invents Act, highlighting key changes to be addressed by
Corporate IP executives.
To view the complete white paper, click View PDF, below.
By William P. Smith
This article is the third in a series considering a section of the new patent statute and how it may affect your business. Another
provision of the Leahy-Smith Patent Reform Act that went into effect
immediately on September 16, 2011, Section 14 affects the patentability -...