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Developing a Global Patent Portfolio

New Matter - The Official Publication of the Intellectual Property Section of the California State Bar, volume 45, number 3, pages 5-10, 2020
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AIPLA CLE Webinar: Comparison of Patent Prosecution Processes in the US and Europe - Clarity, Support and Amendments

There are many differences between patent prosecution practice before the USPTO and patent prosecution practice before the EPO. In many situations, the differences may be significant and thus may impact the patent application drafting and prosecution…
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AIPLA CLE WEBINAR: Comparison of Patent Prosecution Processes in the US and Europe - Patent Eligibility

There are many differences between patent prosecution practice before the USPTO and patent prosecution practice before the EPO. In many situations, these differences are significant and impact the patent application drafting process. Furthermore, the…
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AIPLA CLE Webinar: Comparison of Patent Prosecution Practices at the USPTO and the EPO

There are many differences between patent prosecution practice before the USPTO and patent prosecution practice before the EPO. In many situations, these differences are significant and impact the patent application drafting process. Furthermore, the…
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Do I Have A Patentable Technology in Artificial Intelligence?

New Matter–The Official Publication of the Intellectual Property Section of the California State Bar, volume 44, number 3, pages 13-16, 2019
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A United States Ontology Right

Proceedings of 2019 AIPLA AI/ML Roadshow, Computer History Museum, Mountain View, California
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Patent Eligibility of Inventions Directed to Graphical User Interfaces

The 2019 Guidance provides some clarity for determining patent eligible subject matter under § 101. For example, it clarifies that to be patent eligible, a claim needs to state a new and practical application of an alleged abstract idea. As the USPT…
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Federal Circuit Finds 'Improving Conventional Techniques and Generated New and Useful Data’ Satisfies Patent Eligibility Tests

Case note
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The State of § 101 Patent Eligibility for Ex Parte Applicants in the United States

Proceedings of 18th Advanced Patent Law Institute Mountain View, California
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