Posts Tagged "Brad Pedersen"

Four Patterson Thuente IP Attorneys on 2018 Best Lawyers in America List

Patterson Thuente IP is pleased to announce that four lawyers have been named to the 2018 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America. Congratulations to the following attorneys:   Eric H. Chadwick, Litigation – Patent James H. Patterson, Copyright Law, Litigation – Intellectual Property, Patent Law Brad D. Pedersen, Litigation – Intellectual Property, Litigation – Patent, Patent Law Bradley Thorson, Patent Law

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Get Social about Science!

Minnesota Celebrates World IP Day at the Science Museum

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Inter Partes Review: Best Practices and a Look Into the Data

Brad Pedersen will be discussing inter partes review with David Kappos in this webinar hosted by Gene Quinn of IPWatchdog. In addition to taking questions from the audience, they will discuss: (1) Whether there really is an inherent bias at the PTAB; and (2) Patentee estoppel – what is it and how can it be used by challengers to put patent owners at an even more serious disadvantage.   Register here!  

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We are a “Best Law Firm,” Says Best Lawyers in America

Patterson Thuente IP is pleased to announce that four lawyers have been named to the 2017 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America. Congratulations to the following attorneys:   Eric H. Chadwick, Litigation – Patent James H. Patterson, Copyright Law, Litigation – Intellectual Property, Patent Law Brad D. Pedersen, Litigation – Intellectual Property, Litigation – Patent, Patent Law Bradley Thorson, Patent Law

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Kappos Reviews Patents After the AIA

Former Director of the USPTO, David Kappos, gave an excellent review of Patents After the AIA, a patent law treatise co-authored by Patterson Thuente IP partner Brad Pedersen. The review was published by IP Watchdog. Read it here.

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Puget Bioventures Patent Upheld by Federal Circuit

Patterson Thuente IP and Puget Bioventures were successful at the Federal Circuit with a unique case involving a patent that expired during a PTAB appeal. On January 14, the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit vacated an inter partes re-examination decision, upholding some of the claims and affirming validity of other claims in Puget’s patent on knee replacement technology.

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