Ideas On Intellectual Property Law June/July 2017
Patterson Thuente IP is please to publish the June/July issue of Ideas on Intellectual Property Law. We encourage you to read through it for ideas on how to best protect your intellectual property.
In this issue:
Why a computerized menu patent was found ineligible
Business method patent surprisingly survives judicial scrutiny
Court says marks can cover certain software
Why novelty doesn’t make abstract ideas any less abstract
Guidelines for inventors of computer-based inventions