Category Archives: Business & Industry

IP Protection

Tech Firms’ IP Protection: 5 Common Pitfalls

The Crucial Step After Innovation: Protecting Your Intellectual Property In the competitive world of technology, groundbreaking ideas often take center stage, but safeguarding these innovations through patent protection is an equally vital step that organizations frequently overlook. Despite investing substantial time and resources into product development and promotion, many companies

Understanding Copyright Law

Understanding Copyright Law: Rights & Limits

Understanding Copyright Protection in America Copyrights: A Constitutional Right Copyright stands as a crucial intellectual property right for individuals in the United States. Article 1, Section 8 of the U.S. Constitution grants Congress the power to protect copyrights, providing “Authors and Inventors the exclusive Right to their respective Writings and

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Patent Lawyers Wanted | Join Unified Patents

Unified Patents Seeking Experienced Patent Lawyers Unified Patents is actively expanding its legal team and is in search of skilled, registered patent lawyers. Ideal candidates should possess a minimum of 3 years of relevant experience in the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) and post-award proceedings (IPR, PGR, and CBM),

Senate's Patent Change Debate

Senate’s Patent Change Debate: PR Misleading

The Debate on Patent Changes: A Closer Look The ongoing discourse on patent changes within the Senate Judiciary Committee has sparked significant controversy in the media. However, a closer examination reveals a different narrative from the sensationalized headlines. Misconceptions in Media Coverage Recent headlines, such as “Corporations shouldn’t be able

Google's Light Field Patents

Google’s Light Field Patent: VR & AR Innovations

Google’s Advancements in Light Field Technology: A Glimpse into Patents and Innovations Google’s U.S. patent application 20190124318, originally belonging to Lytro—an erstwhile pioneer in light-field cameras—was released in April 2019, following Lytro’s dissolution in March 2018. Google has been actively developing concepts in Computer Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality