Jotwell—which stands for Journal of Things We Like (Lots)—features relatively brief law prof-authored reviews of recent scholarly articles in plain English.
"Short entries analyzing current cases, trends and issues in IP law."
"The JPTOS Blog is an extension of the Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society.The purpose of the JPTOS Blog is to complement the Journal publications by providing short briefs of and comments regarding IP-related case law. We hope the site will be of use to IP Practitioners (and anyone else interested)."
This blawg has observations about the patent application process and information about the Patent and Trademark Office.
The KinsellaLaw Web Log covers intellectual property and international law topics.
Posts cover patent and trademark news.
Posts mostly cover Internet and intellectual property law. The name is Latin-derived for the "art of technology."
Features news and commentary on legal issues and trends.
"An outlet for some geeks in law school." Most posts are episodes of the occasional Legal Geekery Podcast, co-hosted by Joshua Auriemma and Laura Bergus.
Blog posts are about intellectual property issues in current events, new laws, court decisions and proposed legislation, with a focus on the gaming, entertainment or hospitality industries.
Covers California intellectual property and trademark law including copyright, patent and trademark litigation.
"Blog postings about new case law and general IP instruction."
"Our goal is to provide some general information about recent developments and interesting news impacting Patent, Trademark and Copyright Issues."
"A resource for thoughtful and timely discussion of legal news and perspectives and related business issues facing manufacturers and distributors."
Dedicated to technology and intellectual property issues for lawyers, inventors and venture capitalists. A recurring feature is the Industry Spotlight, which has video interviews with technology professionals.
“I started this blog to write about my passion, to connect and collaborate with my peers, and to give practitioners information and resources to help navigate the difficulties associated with the bureaucracy that is the USPTO. Above all, I want to help people in my field by sharing the knowledge I have gained from my many years of practice in the field of IP law.”
"IP issues of importance in science, technology, health care, education, media and the arts."
"Provides updates on case law, trends and general patent information."
Discusses recent U.S. patents issued to inventors and/or assignees from Orange County, Calif.
This blawg "reports on Hatch-Waxman litigation and other pharmaceutical patent cases, as well as regulatory and legislative developments."
A resource for gamers and IP enthusiasts interested in the current case law and legal issues surrounding the video game industry. The blog also contains news about recent patent filings from gaming companies, giving readers a peek at what might be coming on the market in the future.
Besides patent law and litigation issues, Patent Baristas covers items relating to building a bioscience business, nanotechnology, technology transfer, orange book filings as well as Federal Trade Commission and Food and Drug Administration regulatory matters.
“Sometimes it takes a billy goat to counter a patent troll. With the right mix of intellect, strategy, and stubborn resolve, the playing field can be leveled. This blog educates those unfamiliar with patent law or patent litigation with the basics of both. It also provides information on the latest developments in the law and cutting-edge strategies in patent litigation.”
Posts summarize recent court rulings that impact biotechnology / pharmaceutical patent litigation and prosecution, cover actions of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Organization and notify readers about biotech / pharma conferences and continuing legal education courses.
"The Docket Navigator reads every patent infringement litigation docket sheet in the U.S. district courts every day. The posts you see here are taken directly from the Docket Report."