This blog started in June 2009. It is still hard for me to wrap my head around that fact. Seven years and 185 posts later, it is still here (though a bit dormant I admit). A lot has happened in the last seven years. We have seen multiple Supreme Court opinions on claim construction and other patent issues, as well as the rise and fall of false marking cases. Much has changed, while much remains the same.
I am working on some new content which will be published here soon, including content on the recent Supreme Court decisions in Cuozzo v. Lee and Halo v. Pulse, as well as an update to my November 2009 post entitled “Top 150 ‘Customers’: Increasing Domination of the Patent System.”
To my readers, both old and new, I appreciate you taking time to read what I have to contribute to the conversation, and hope this blog has provided, and will continue to provide, value to each and every one of you. If there are any specific topics (claim construction or otherwise) you are interested in seeing covered on this blog, please feel free to contact me at [email protected].
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