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."
"Employers post patent-related jobs; job-seekers find patent-related jobs."
Posts summarize patent opinions out of federal district courts, cover active cases in those courts and cover matters pending before the International Trade Commission.
This is a blawg "celebrating the history of technology and creative genius over the centuries."
A blawg dedicated to better patent prosecution strategies and techniques.
"Musings of an intellectual property lawyer, amateur farmer and heritage enthusiast." Discusses patent applications and decisions around the world.
Is described as "the most popular patent law blog and a daily read for thousands of attorneys and agents from every major IP firm, innovative corporation, and TC at the USPTO."
"Patent business strategies, patent enforcement (U.S. and international), as well as some of the mechanics of patent practice; licensing, insurance, patent application tactics that diminish or can add value to patents, and litigation management issues."
Some posts answer questions from readers about Australian, New Zealand or international patent law or practice; other posts cover the European Parliament's actions related to patent law and patent litigation down under.
Posts provide information related to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office's post-grant proceedings, decisions and rule-making.
"I started this blog to begin a conversation about patent law and policy, particularly how it affects those of us involved in 'prep/pros' and, more particularly, how it affects examination policy and practice in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. This blog will have a particular focus on biotechnology and pharma patent law and practice."
"The PatLit weblog covers patent litigation law, practice and strategy, as well as other forms of patent dispute resolution."
"Reviews newly filed patent litigation appeals to the Federal Circuit and summarizes the district court's decision. Follow-up posts continue to cover the case, along with other analysis and posts on patent litigation topics."
Blog discusses issues dealing with trademarks, patents and copyrights, aimed towards a consumer of legal services.
Peter Zura's 271 Patent Blog has "up-to-date analysis on patent law and patent news."
The author keeps an eagle eye on developments in the chemical, biotech, and pharmaceutical industry, and discusses recent cases and USPTO decisions that may affect how patents are granted and protected.
Philip Brooks' Patent Infringement Updates covers patent litigation and related news.
"In patent law, PHOSITA is a mythical person of ordinary skill in the art. Why is PHOSITA important? In order to be patentable, an invention must not be obvious to PHOSITA. This blawg (legal blog) aims to provide intellectual property information, news and advice that is of interest to the PHOSITA in all of us."
Posts describe industrial design patent and trade dress infringement, with many graphics depicting the patented objects and the designs in dispute. Examples include Apple's iPad and Samsung's Galaxy tablet; Crocs and Skechers clogs; Jeep Hurricanes; and Samuel Adams pint glasses.
“In PTAB Trial Insights, Foley attorneys with experience in various proceedings across tech centers will analyze and assess the particulars of the latest developments, providing you with the most current evaluation of each situation and how it may affect your patent protection and enforcement strategies.”
"Thoughts on trademark registration practice in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office."
"This blog covers developments in intellectual property litigation, with a particular focus on IP litigation in the Eastern District of Virginia's Rocket Docket."‹ First < 2 3 4 5 6 >