By Kevin E.
As the year winds down, IPWatchdog is running a series of articles on the top stories of 2019 and what’s ahead for the year to come.
In 2019, the first-ever United States-India collaboration on intellectual property rights (IPR) education was launched. Program participants included entrepreneurs, students, and academic faculty.
Federal Circuit Upholds Invalidity of Video Game Patent Despite Board's Incorrect Claim Construction By Joseph Herndon -- CG Technology Development, LLC (CG Tech) appealed the Patent Trial and Appeal Board's Final Written Decision holding that the
As we prepare to enter a new year—and a new decade—it is time once again to look back on the year behind us to assess its impact for the IP world.
If you are an inventor new to inventing, you undoubtedly believe you’ve come up with an idea, or two or three, that could really be successful. That eternal optimism and belief in one’s self is precisely what every inventor needs to succeed.
In November, 2019, amendments to the Customs Code of Ukraine regarding the protection of intellectual property rights when moving goods across the customs border came into force.
With the end of 2019 upon us, the holiday season is a great time to take a look back at the most influential patents—rather than patent stories—representing a variety of important developments from this year.
By Kevin E. Noonan -- All interferences have filings that are either kept confidential or are entirely procedural in nature.
As the year draws to a close, we reflect on what mattered most in the world of intellectual property during 2019.?It was a particularly active year on IP issues, with important events in the courts, Congress, and agencies.