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Continuation Patent Applications: 10 Reasons You Should Consider Filing

A single light bulb standing out among the group.If you’ve filed for patents in any industry – be it biotech, high tech, manufacturing, or another sector altogether – you’ve likely been faced with a decision on whether to file a “continuation” application at the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). In simple terms, a “continuation” application is a new patent application allowing one … Continue Reading

TC Heartland v. Kraft: The Supreme Court Asks Tough Questions, Doesn’t Tip Its Hand After Oral Argument

Blue folder with the label Patent LawOn March 27, 2017, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral argument in TC Heartland v. Kraft, a case that centers on where patent infringement lawsuits can be filed. Key Takeaways If the Supreme Court sides with TC Heartland, patent infringement hotbeds like the Eastern District of Texas would likely see a drastic reduction in filings … Continue Reading

Will the Supreme Court Reform Patent Venue Law in TC Heartland v. Kraft?

United States Supreme Court in Washington D.C.Q: Why is the technology industry following TC Heartland v. Kraft so closely? Paul Cronin: The Supreme Court recently agreed to take up TC Heartland, a case that will address the issue of where patent infringement lawsuits can be filed. The tech industry wants the Supreme Court to end the practice of “forum shopping,” or … Continue Reading
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