Managing IP is proud to return with the 2nd annual MIP PTAB Forum in New York City on May 16. Following half a decade of success in Washington DC at the annual MIP Patent Forum and a great inaugural PTAB Event in New York last year, we are happier than ever to bring the MIP PTAB Forum back for a second year.As a multitude of changes are underway in the US capital, we are presented with the perfect opportunity to bring many new developments to the forefront of our discussion, while continuously building on some of our key talking points and trends from last year: a rise in settlements; the impact of new rule changes; and the relationship with the Federal Circuit and District Courts.Delegates are invited to attend a full day of discussion to:
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@schestowitz Well, we do what we think is most appropriate & useful for our readers. Can't speak for others.
@schestowitz It's true that we have sought interviews with AMBA (not specifically on UPC) and permission was refused by the EPO president.
@schestowitz However, we have also given space to voices critical of UPC & Unitary Patent, eg in Spain & Poland https://t.co/QXiPQknzDg
Patent subject matter eligibility: A new Section 101
Calls for changing Section 101 of the Patent Act in the US are increasing. A proposed amendment from IPO shows one way to do it, reports Michael Loney
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