December 18, 2018

Protecting Your Medical Device IP

It is an exciting time to be a part of the medical device technology sector. Cutting-edge innovations that improve the quality of patient care enter the market at breakneck speed, and competition is fierce. Advances in healthcare are being made […]
March 13, 2018

How to Help Your Patent Lawyer Prepare Your Software Patent Application

Software is ubiquitous in today’s tech-savvy world. Many technological advances that are being made today in mobile application development, medical devices, electronics and computers are largely attributable to innovative new software. When software is a critical part of a novel […]
February 2, 2018

Patenting Medical Devices: Patent Novelty vs. Commercial Novelty

As with any invention, it is important for innovators and medical device companies to understand that there is a difference between patent novelty and commercial novelty. These two types of novelty are both important in terms of commercialization and monetization […]
January 10, 2018

Medical Device IP Strategy Often Depends on Exit Strategy

Strategy plays an important role in achieving success as a business because thoughtful planning can go a long way towards ensuring that your company heads in the direction that you want it to go. Smart companies employ multiple strategies on […]
December 11, 2017

Why Every CEO and General Counsel Should Be Considering Fixed-Fee IP Services

One of the biggest challenges businesses face every year is figuring out how to extract the most value for every dollar that gets spent. Return on investment is crucial to a company’s bottom line, and when businesses are looking to […]
November 3, 2017

Adidas Enforces Its Three-Stripe Mark

Adidas continues to prove that it is one of the most aggressive brands when it comes to enforcing its intellectual property. After taking on football club FC Barcelona, and in the midst of ongoing disputes with Forever 21, Adidas has […]
July 7, 2017

Summerfest Sues Red Lobster Over Chain’s Promotions

Orlando based restaurant chain, Red Lobster, has brought back its “Lobster and Shrimp Summerfest” promotion and along with it revived allegations of trademark infringement over the use of the term “Summerfest.” Milwaukee World Festival (MWF), owner of the “Summerfest” trademark […]
February 6, 2017

New York Toy Fair: Toy Companies Five Biggest Mistakes

With the New York Toy Fair around the corner, companies across the globe will be pouring in to see what the new toys and youth entertainment products have to offer. As business owners prepare to roll out their new product, […]
December 16, 2016

How Apple Vs Samsung Will Change The Course of Design Patents

How much money should one company pay for copying the designs of another? Last week, the U.S. Supreme held that Apple and Samsung, the two companies with the most market share in the worldwide smartphone industry, will go back to […]
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