Year in Review

Top Performing Law Firms – 2016

Patent litigation in the US has been evolving continuously year on year. Although there has been a decline in the cases filed, few law firms have continued to perform well during the past year. According to a list published by IAM, here are the top performing law firms for the year 2016. Firms: Prosecution Fenwick

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IP Conferences in 2017

The following list provides an overview of upcoming intellectual property events and conferences worldwide, hosted by some notable organizations and other entities active in the IP arena. Dates Conference City/State/Country January 11 – 13 9th Global IP Convention New Delhi, India January 16 – 17 IIPLA 3rd Dubai IP Congress 2017 Dubai January 25 – 26

Technology AnalysisYear in Review

2016 – YEAR IN REVIEW – Internet of Things (IoT)

Every one of you at one point of time have heard the phrase “Internet of Things” or IoT but most of you also stay perplexed from the thought of what exactly IoT is. The IoT is a term that basically equates to several devices (all devices that can be imagined from computers and smartphones to

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Cracking the effective Prior-art identification Conundrum

With a dramatic increase in patent infringement litigation filings year on year, the defendants hit by the infringement lawsuit are in constant need to identify prior arts that can help them invalidate the asserted patents and save themselves millions in damages. The importance of identifying the right prior art is critical when a patent is

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The Utility Patent Process

A utility patent is issued for the invention of a new and useful process, machine, manufacture, or composition of matter, or a new and useful improvement thereof. It generally permits its owner to exclude others from making, using, or selling the invention for a period of up to twenty years from the date of patent

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Amazon is working on gesture based augmented reality

In the movies, we all love the fact that the actors are waving their hands and the projected screens are updated with vast amounts of data and they execute their tasks and investigations and drill down on their research using various gestures. Amazon has recently been granted a patent which identifies gestures to change the