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May 29, 2018

Inventorship: If it Walks Like a Dog, Barks Like a Dog, and Looks Like a Dog, it Must Be a Dog

At the beginning of May, the Federal Circuit weighed in on a wacky inventorship dispute in In re VerHoef.

When it comes to co-inventorship, it can be in one’s best interest to play nicely.

It seems, the main inventor, Jeff H. » Read More

Mar 20, 2018

The Patenting Process (Never Give Up!)

The patenting process begins with an “application.”  A patent application is different than what the title “application” normally implies.  This is not a form that one might fill out, as is the case with most normal applications.  Instead, a patent application is a detailed, written description of the invention (referred to as a “specification”), ending with a set of “claims.”  » Read More