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“Magic Words” Unnecessary in Identifying Field of Endeavor for Analogous Art

Written by: Raymond S. Lu & Daniel Kiang NETFLIX, INC. v. DivX, LLC Before Hughes, Stoll, and Stark.  Appeal from the Patent Trial and Appeal Board. Summary...

Patexia Insight 186: PGR vs. IPR: Analyzing Patent Challenge Outcomes

In the dynamic realm of intellectual property, remaining at the forefront is absolutely essential. Tomorrow marks the release of a pivotal milestone – the seventh edition of our...

Shire v. Blackburn: Drawing the Line Between FDA Drug Labeling Regulations and State Law on Product Liability

Written by: Ari Feinstein & Jane Dai, Ph.D. On June 2, 2023, drug manufacturer Shire US Inc. and related entity Shire LLC (collectively, “Shire”) asked the...

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If scientists, inventors and entrepreneurial creators of intellectual property had to visualize their idea of a Nirvana on Earth, it would probably look something... Read More »
Aurora SterlingWhat an great model and very exciting that some of the traditional power players are taking note. It will be interesting to see how the members during the day/DARPA at night arrangement works out in those locations.
May 30, 2012
Daniel PorterA good point -- I see the ideology behind the sort of person who would participate in a hackerspace as very different from the sort of person the military is looking to align itself with...
May 30, 2012
"Invention, strictly speaking, is little more than a new combination of those images which have been previously gathered and deposited in the memory; nothing can ... Read More »
HP has made a fundamental shift that will redefine how its technology will be delivered. Bill Veghte, who joined HP in 2010, has been appointed as chief strategy... Read More »
Ever since Indian workers helped American companies with the Y2K bug in the late 1990s, the world has viewed India as the top outsourcing destination for... Read More »
Every year, right around Thanksgiving time, we are flooded with a slew of new products that enter the market in time for the holiday shopping season; this is... Read More »
The more innovative you are, the more you’re worth. The 2011 salary survey published by The Scientist reported that the highest paid science careers are in... Read More »
"The two most common elements in the universe are hydrogen and stupidity."—Harlan Ellison    If we could figure out how to run our... Read More »
Peter Sharma IIIThe key to hydrogen as burnable fuel is clean electricity for the generation of the gas. My wind-power at
Nov 11, 2011
The United States has always been a leader when it comes to innovation and invention.  However, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has become... Read More »
The Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA was abuzz with coffee-fueled conversation the weekend of Oct. 21-22nd as a very diverse bunch -... Read More »
It’s official -- two of the most powerful people in tech are women. Perhaps more interestingly, they’re also bitter rivals. As of January 1, 2012, Ginni... Read More »
In a time when businesses are stuck in a cost-cutting rut and eager to start growing again, the answer lies in innovation.  Examples of how innovation can help... Read More »
If there’s one thing that can be certain about the nature of current trends in science and technology, it’s that the only constant is change. We live in... Read More »
John HarvardsonVery insightful -- gives one pause for thought.
Aug 4, 2011
In this day and age, the growing trend towards technology seems to be an undeniable recognition amongst the intelligent collective that something curiously... Read More »
John HarvardsonFar out! I can see visions becoming a reality. This is one more step into the future and travel heading to the outer limits.
Jul 26, 2011
Gena Patent3D printing technology is an exciting new reality that also brings with it the near-limitless potential for patent infringement. We have yet to see whether various product manufacturers will, as a result, imitate the music industry and sue end users, or will decide to pursue the printer manufacturers instead. As various forms of 3D technology increase in popularity, we're certain to see more 3D patent litigation.
Jul 26, 2011
Take a look around just about any American city and it’s pretty clear we’re a “culture of Now.” Here in Los Angeles, it’s more apparent... Read More »