Error: Twitter did not respond. Please wait a few minutes and refresh this page.
Tag Archives: USPTO
I use the blog to show off my knowledge of intellectual property, mostly related to local issues. However I have not updated in a while, so I figure I should take the opportunity to talk about some local information I … Continue reading
Last week I went to the Sunnyvale Public Library to hear Michelle Lee, the deputy head of the United States patent office in charge of the Silicon Valley branch. Speaking to a crowd of about sixty members of the public, … Continue reading
Not All Patent Trolls are Created Equal: Report from the USPTO Silicon Valley Software Patents Roundtable
Originally posted on SFBay As the US Patent and Trademark Office prepares to open a Silicon Valley office, intellectual property stakeholders gathered at Stanford to tackle a big reason for USPTO’s enhanced regional presence: Software patents.
A few months after I became a registered patent agent, a friend recommended I come to a meeting of the Licensing Executives Society. The Silicon Valley chapter has been around for more than a decade and deals with the business … Continue reading