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A look at the STRONGER Patents Act introduced in the Senate

The bill’s purpose is “to strengthen the position of the United States as the world’s leading innovator by amending title 35, United States Code, to protect the property rights of the inventors that grow the country’s economy.” The value and importance of patents is astounding, contributing over $800 billion in value to the U.S. [...]

By |2017-09-16T17:36:05+05:30June 30th, 2017|Patent|0 Comments

U.S Copyright Office seeks changes for New Cybersecurity Researcher protections

U.S. The copyright office is calling for comprehensive reforms of an anti theft law, which critics say is that "Tinker is right" has been banned and white cap cyber security researchers have been kept in legal danger. In a report published last week, the office questions the “overall operation and effectiveness” of Section 1201 [...]

By |2017-09-16T17:49:26+05:30June 29th, 2017|Patent|0 Comments

Protecting your Innovative Cannabis Strain with strong IPR

How do I get a trademark? To register a trademark, breeders and growers need to file a trademark application with the relevant government entity, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) for a federal mark or various state government offices for state marks. For both state and federal trademark registrations, an applicant typically must [...]

By |2017-09-07T13:17:03+05:30June 14th, 2017|Trademark|0 Comments

Now USPTO’S director should count on Patents as Private Property Rights

To promote the progress of science and the useful arts, the U.S. Constitution empowers Congress to grant authors and inventors an exclusive right in their respective writings and discoveries for a limited term. In the case of invention, society properly demands of the inventor a disclosure of how to make and use the invention. [...]

By |2017-09-07T13:17:53+05:30June 14th, 2017|IP Interview, Patent, USA|0 Comments

Next USPTO Head should know Patents are Property not Public Right!

For many years the US patent trademark office accepted patent as property rights which have always been considered relevant until proven now. Recent court decisions changes in patent law, and adverse PTAB rules established by USPTO, have all resulted in challenges to long hold practice that had been previously supported the innovation community. Without [...]

By |2017-09-07T13:20:57+05:30June 13th, 2017|Patent, USA|0 Comments
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