It is a wonderful experience to serve as law clerk to a judge. It’s fun to meet other law clerks, judges, and members of the bar.
In a saga of epic proportions, sprawling across the globe, Apple and Samsung have been duking it out over smartphone design and features.
Greece and Turkey are in the news. I visited both countries in May. Both are pleasant. Of the two, Turkey seems to be the more serious candidate for new business investment and related patents and intellectual property (IP).
On Monday night, June 15, the Chicago Blackhawks won the NHL Stanley Cup for the third time in six years.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has proposed a new patent quality initiative. See Director’s Blog and Federal Register. In response,
Patent law promotes the progress of technology by rewarding inventors who patent their inventions. From the beginning,
To conduct a quick, easy, and effective intellectual property (IP) audit, start with the business, not with IP or legal considerations. IP has little value apart from the business.
This morning, my fellow leaders of the Chicago Intellectual Property Law Association (IPLAC) and I met with Michelle K. Lee, Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property and