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New Challenges for So-Called “Patent Trolls”

Posted in Guest Bloggers, Idea Protection, Infringement, Law Suits, Patents

– Sri Sankaran, Patent Attorney, Winthrop & Weinstine Recent developments in executive, legislative, and judicial branches present new challenges for patent trolls (or less pejoratively “non-practicing entities” or “assertion entities”). The White House recently outlined a series of initiatives to address the impact that patent assertion entities have on the economy.  The administration cited a… Continue Reading

The new infringement/opportunity frontier: Everything

Posted in Guest Bloggers, Infringement, Mixed Bag of Nuts, Patents, Technology

Jason Voiovich, Director of Corporate Marketing, Logic PD Bottom Line: It won’t be long before cheap and ubiquitous 3D printing technology will present design patent owners with a choice: Seize the opportunity to license their designs to be created (and modified) at home, or resist patent infringement and litigate millions of potential offenders.  My advice? … Continue Reading

3D Printing Concerns

Posted in Infringement, Non-Traditional Trademarks, Patents, Product Configurations

–Susan Perera, Attorney The tech industry has opined on the conflict between 3D printing and intellectual property for a few years, and the debate may be heating up. 3D printers allow a user to create and “print” a 3-dimensional object through the use of a digital file and a “printer” that dispenses material in successive… Continue Reading