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Patently-O Bits and Bytes by Juvan Bonni

Recent Headlines in the IP World: Alexandre Tanzi: U.S. and Canada Make Strides in Bloomberg 2019 Innovation Index (Source: Bloomberg) Iqra Farooq: Computer Program That Could Bypass Patents to Produce Synthetic Drugs (Source: European Pharmaceutical Review)  Atty. Arthur W. Coviello, Atty. Richard Goldenberg, and Atty. William G. McElwain: United States: Federal Circuit Patent Update (Source: Mondaq) Collin Woodard: Patent Application Hints At All-Wheel-Drive Ford Mustang Hybrid (Source: Mo...
Tags: Law, China, Canada, United States, Patent, Phoenix, Financial Post, Perkins Coie LLP, Christopher Reynolds, Peter Finnie, Colleen V Chien, Bits and Bytes, Juvan Bonni, Alexandre Tanzi, Bloomberg Iqra Farooq, European Pharmaceutical Review


New PatentlyO Law Journal article: Colleen Chien, Deferring Patentable Subject Matter

This past fall at the Administering Patent Law symposium at Iowa Law, Professor Colleen Chien presented an argument in favor of more intentional experimentation by administrative  agencies such, as the USPTO to test policy concepts and proposed several possibilities.  Below, Professor Chien describes one such project, based on the Merges/Crouch proposal for deferring patentable subject matter analyses in prosecution.  Read the accompanying PatentlyO Law Journal article here: Colleen V. Chien, P...
Tags: Google, Supreme Court, Law, Congress, Iowa, Uspto, Dc, Department Of Homeland Security, Patent, Alice, Federal Trade Commission, Donald, Chien, PAUL, Mayo, Duffy


Guest Post by Professor Chien: Inequality, Innovation, and Patents

Guest post by Colleen V. Chien, Associate Professor of Law at Santa Clara University School of Law. Thanks to the USPTO Office of the Chief Economist and Innography for sharing patent data. Just over a week ago, the United States proposed tariffs on over 1,000 Chinese imports in response to various intellectual property grievances. China responded with a number of proposed counter-tariffs. One of the most notable, as well as unfortunate, aspects of China’s proposed tariffs—which heavily target A...
Tags: Law, China, US, United States, Uspto, Wipo, Patent, Chien, Trump Clinton, Santa Clara Law, Colleen V Chien, Santa Clara University School of Law Thanks, USPTO 's Office of the Chief Economist, Jerome Ma, US County, Shmoch