USPTO’s RPA Activity: Patent Info Acceleration

Patent Info Acceleration

USPTO’s RPA Activity: Patent Info Acceleration

U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s Groundbreaking RPA Activity On Thursday, October 25th, a significant development unfolded at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) with the initiation of the first phase of the Entrance to Pertinent Earlier Workmanship (RPA) Activity. This initiative responds to the challenges faced by patent applicants

Trademark Enforcement

Trademark Enforcement: Protecting Brands & Revenue

Unlocking Trademark Success: A Strategic Approach for Robust Brand Protection In the ever-expanding landscape of advertising, where billions of dollars are invested annually, brand protection becomes paramount. According to a 2018 report by eMarketer, Amazon alone raked in an estimated $4.61 billion in U.S. advertising revenue, standing third behind industry

Patent Eligibility

Patent Eligibility: Supreme Court’s Role

In the last three decades, the question of whether a creation is patent qualified has evolved from a straightforward inquiry to a complex process, driven by the Supreme Court’s reinterpretation of American patent law. The Alice/Mayo framework, stemming from landmark cases, has introduced a multi-step approach to determine patent eligibility.

Impact on Innovation Economy

PAEs Impact on Innovation Economy: Insights & Myths

On Monday, October 29th, Stanford College’s Hoover Foundation Working Gathering on Protected innovation, Development, and Success (Hoover IP2) issued an overhauled working paper taking a gander at the impacts of patent declaration elements (PAEs) on the advancement economy in the Assembled States. Understanding PAEs Beyond the Trolls Misconception The paper,

EU Copyright Reform

EU Copyright Reform & Web Liability: Latest Updates

In a recent update on the European regulatory landscape, the focus remains on addressing unlawful content on online platforms and web intermediaries. This article revisits the developments, particularly highlighting the European Parliament’s vote in September 2018 on EU copyright reform. Current Regulatory Framework Articles 12-14 of the ECD provide liability