This past week in Other Barks & Bites: the USPTO delays the effective date for mandating electronic trademark application submissions and issues a proposed rulemaking on Patent Term Adjustments in light of Supernus; UKIPO report shows that women inventors represent only 12.7 percent of inventors worldwide; trademark dispute leads street artist Banksy to open a retail store; the Federal Circuit upholds the invalidation of method of manufacture claims as being directed to a natural law over a dissent from Judge Moore; the screenwriter of The Terminator files a copyright termination notice; Tesla stock drops after missing analyst expectations on car sales; Seinfeld beats copyright case over Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee; and the Department of Justice tells the Supreme Court not to review Google’s appeal over the ability to copyright Java code.
- Perryman PTAB Study for Unified Patents Leaves Out Half of the Story
- Patents are from Mars, Trade Secrets are From Venus
- The Rise of Australia’s Small Boutique Patent and Trademark Firms
- Tech Companies Should Strongly Consider Monetizing Their Patent Portfolios During the Economic Downturn
- (Not) Copyright Infringement: Is dbrand Infringing Nintendo’s IP?
- Other Barks & Bites for Friday, August 7: USPTO Increases Fees for Patent Filings and AIA Trials, State AGs Ask HHS to March-In on Remdesivir, CAFC Denies American Axle Rehearing
- No, You Can’t March in On Remdesivir
- Google v. Oracle Perspective: Google’s Android ‘Cheat Code’ was to Copy Oracle’s Code
- Illumina v. Ariosa: En Banc Rehearing Denied, Illumina Patents Again Upheld on Rehearing
- CAFC Evenly Splits on En Banc Rehearing of American Axle’s Driveshaft Patent