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USPTO insists $710 million fee increase won't come in until after Presidential inauguration https://t.co/gpvcn0qVLN
The USPTO has indicated that any proposed fee increases, which were announced in October, will not come into effect until after President-elect Trump’s inauguration, erasing the threat of a potential showdown between the agency and Republican leaders in Congress. Shortly after Trump’s election victory GOP Congressional leaders including House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy and...
Latest issue of IAM reveals exclusive new data on the state of play in the US brokered patent market
Issue 81 of IAM has been published and is available online for subscribers. Hard copies are in the post and should be with you shortly. Everyone operating in the US patent market knows just how tough it is and brokers probably realise it more than most. After all, they are the ones on the transactional frontline and their livelihoods depend on getting deals done. In issue 81’s cover...
The long-running dispute over Apple’s infamous “slide to unlock” patent is one of the best known battles of the smartphone patent wars. But in China, a fight over another phone unlocking method – one that was introduced in part to avoid infringing Apple’s patented sliding method – may just be getting started. And Samsung Electronics has come out the loser...
US software patent eligibility may not be the nightmare that some claim, with recent Federal Circuit decisions fleshing out the Supreme Court’s pivotal ruling in Alice
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