USPTO Revised Subject Matter Eligibility Guidance: Ex parte Smith Designated Informative

USPTO Revised Subject Matter Eligibility Guidance: Ex parte Smith Designated Informative

By Timothy J. Busse

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Revised USPTO Guidance for Subject Matter Eligibility

By Ryan Kobs and Zachary Pratt

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The 112(f) Presumption Still Has Meaning: Zeroclick, LLC v. Apple, Inc.

By Sarah Myhrom Eisenman, Shumaker & Sieffert, P.A.

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Recovering foreign lost profits: WesternGeco LLC v. ION Geophysical Corp.

By Joseph W. Bauer, Summer Associate

Summary:

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Claiming Benefit and Priority in Large Patent Families

By Carl G. Peterson, Shumaker & Sieffert, P.A.

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Drafting and Prosecution Strategies in View of the USPTO Broadest Reasonable Interpretation (BRI) Standard

By Ambar Nayate and Al VredeveldShumaker & Sieffert, P.A.

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Visual Memory LLC v. NVIDIA Corporation: Subject Matter Eligibility on Motion

By Brian WelleShumaker & Sieffert, P.A.

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Obviousness and the “Secondary” Considerations: Novartis v. Torrent

By Adrian SanchezShumaker & Sieffert, P.A.

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Do “Processor” and “Controller” Invoke 35 U.S.C. § 112(f)? Ensuring structural support for arguably means plus function limitations

By Ambar Nayate, Shumaker & Sieffert, P.A.

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Stating the Obvious: Personal Web Technologies, LLC v. Apple, Inc.

By Sarah Myhrom EisenmanShumaker & Sieffert, P.A.

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