Intellectual Property Protection

A new venture can be very exciting – whether it be a new project in your enterprise, or a clean slate startup company. This is a heady time of fleshing out business plans; developing financial projections; pipelining product design and development; sourcing manufacturing and distribution logistics; and so on. Let’s not forget about intellectual property [...]

By | June 28th, 2017|Copyright, Intellectual Property, Patent, Trade Mark|

When it’s not that obvious: USPTO Obviousness Rejections

When it’s not that obvious: USPTO Obviousness Rejections If you have filed a patent application in the US, then chances are your invention has initially been rejected on the basis that it is “obvious”.  It’s like a rite of passage for an invention.  The allegation of obviousness goes to the very essence of invention. It [...]

By | September 12th, 2013|Patent|