When discussing patentable inventions with data scientists, I often hear them dismiss their inventions under arguments such as these: “We’re using the same tools as everyone else,” “Augmenting data for the training set is well known,” “A similar t
Thanks to both those favoring and those opposing patent injunction reform in Germany who gave me feedback. What I hear for the most part is that people appreciate my relentless pursuit of harsh analysis.
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A case now pending before the Ninth Circuit, LTTB LLC v. Redbubble, Inc., Docket No. 19-16464, has the potential to clarify the controversial doctrine of aesthetic functionality. Aesthetic functionality has puzzled courts for decades.
Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPO) is seeking an IP Policy Counsel.
The debate over a draft patent reform bill presented by the German Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection is raging.
There are 10 candidates declared to succeed Francis Gurry as WIPO Director General, when he retires in September this year after serving two six-year terms.
As we enter the new decade, we look back on the most notable 2019 IP developments that set ground for many ongoing changes in copyright, patent and trademark matters.
Though the decade may be coming to an end, the number of fashion-related legal battles have not.
2020 is shaping up to be an exciting year for Canadian artists.