Author: Gene Quinn

The Law and Patent Drawings

U.S. patent law requires a patent applicant to furnish at least one patent drawing (sometimes referred to as a patent illustration) of the invention whenever the invention is capable of illustration by way of a drawing.

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One Crucial Word

Restoring the U.S. patent system comes down to cooperation. The other side that has wanted to have patents eroded have been enormously coordinated in their efforts. Those of us who are on the pro-patent side have been fractured.

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Alice, 5 Years Later

On June 19 it will be five years since the United States Supreme Court issued a decision in Alice Corp. v. CLS Bank,  which significantly changed the way courts and patent examiners evaluated patent eligibility of computer-implemented innovation in the United States.

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