Devastating Loss

IP world reeling over death of former USPTO director Q. Todd Dickinson. Many remember him as the former under secretary of commerce for intellectual property and director of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office during Bill Clinton’s second term.

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PTAB Is Supreme

If the PTAB is necessary to rid the world of bad patents, it should not matter whether they were acquired by small and mid-size entities or acquired by large entities.

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Pitching in Quarantine

Letters and emails to company executives can be an effective option for pitching a licensing opportunity because now your snail mail will reach executives in person, bypassing the usual “gatekeepers” who would have received it before the pandemic.

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