In Matt Chandler’s Buffalo Business First article, Legal Community Weights in on Patent Case, Western New York’s business newspaper, I was quoted along with other Western NY patent attorneys regarding the US Supreme Court case of Bilski v. Kappos (the case which will decide how business method patents are to be reviewed by the United States Patent […]
This holiday season we would like to share some ideas of the best gifts for the patent people and inventor types on your list. What interesting stuff would a creative innovative mind like? Take a look: Apple iPod touch 8 GB (3rd Generation) NEWEST MODEL iPod touch is an iPod, a pocket computer, and a […]
So you are an inventor with a new invention, what next? Inventors usually have a questions like: Should I get a prototype? Do I need to have a patent to protect the idea? Who can I speak about it to? Is it a good idea? Can I make money from it? Who can I trust? […]
On November 9, 2009 the Supreme Court heard an oral argument on the appeal from the Federal Circuit of the case of Bilski v. Kappos, wherein the central issue was whether the Federal Circuit erred by holding that a business method patent application based on a “process” must be tied to a particular machine or […]
Thanks to @ipdotcom for tweeting this week about the Internet’s birthday. And linking from thier Twitter stream @ipdotcom to this very interesting YouTube video giving us an insight of Internet pioneer and UCLA computer science professor Leonard Kleinrock about the meager beginnings of the Internet.
How to License Your Million Dollar Idea, Second Edition, Harvey Reese LoTempio Law Blog Book Review About the book This book provides potential inventors information to take a product from the idea stage to a shelf on the store. The author Harvey Reese reveals his system for coming up with new ideas. He tells about […]