The Innovator’s Intellectual Property Law blog is written by patent attorney John Lindsay, who focuses on patent, trademark, copyright, and technology law matters. His technical background includes computer science (former software developer and engineer), chemistry (degree), and electronics (hacker). He provides legal services to businesses in Dallas, throughout the United States, and internationally. More information on John Lindsay can be found at:
About this BlogJohn Lindsay is a registered patent attorney in Dallas providing patent, trademark, and copyright law counsel in invention, branding, content, and technology matters.
- USPTO releases abstract idea hypotheticals with examples of patent eligible claims of computer implemented technology http://t.co/cRlxlJVcW1
- European Patent Office see records filings in 2014. http://t.co/mWa6qH5L5a
- Looking forward to layered security and enterprise security presentations today at Dallas Tech Security Conference http://t.co/NbiF6qwntZ
- Obama seeks to increase prison for "hackers." http://t.co/icOAQvmTRv https://t.co/JmLOHVVLmN
- RT @ipwatchdog: . @USPTO forum on patent eligibility and examiner application of Mayo, Myriad, Alice. More examples on the way via http://t.co/HIrdUeu0pH
- United States Supreme Court Ruling in Alice v. CLS Bank – Software is Still Patentable
- 3D Printing’s Impact on Patent Valuation and Enforcement
- Three Patent Strategy Changes Under the America Invents Act
- Advantages of a UDRP Domain Name Proceeding
- 3 Key Terms of a Software License
- Taking Advantage of the Timeline for the PCT “International” Patent Application
- Overview of the PCT “International” Patent Application
- 3 Key Terms of a Patent License
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