Posts Tagged "Jay Erstling"

The India Patent System: A Decade in Review

In a recent article in the journal Cybaris, Jay Erstling—along with Indian patent attorneys Vindhya S. Mani, Divyanshu Srivastava, Mukundan Chakrapani—discuss the progress of patent law in India. They cover issues such as exclusions from patentability under Indian patent law, disclosure requirements, the compulsory

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SCOTUS: Timing is everything in patent infringement cases

Three years ago, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that “laches” — a plaintiff’s unreasonable delay in pursuing an infringement claim — couldn’t preempt a claim for damages sustained within the Copyright Act’s statute of limitations. Now the Court has extended its reasoning to patents, eliminating the laches defense for infringement allegedly committed within the Patent Act’s six-year statute of limitations.

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IP in an Ever-Evolving World

Jay Erstling recently spoke on the evolving world of IP law at Dennemeyer’s Forum on The Future of IP Law & Technology in eight US cities. Here, he share some of his thoughts on the subject, as well as what was learned during the forum Q&A discussions.

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Five Considerations About the Future of Technology and IP Protections

We are nearly to the half-way mark on the US tour of Dennemeyer’s Future of IP and Technology Law Forum, for which I am the keynote speaker. The forums in Palo Alto, Los Angeles and Austin were extremely valuable in terms of information sharing, the audiences full of smart and forward-thinking in-house counsel and private practice IP attorneys. We had fun talking through the potential changes to come in our world and what our roles are in shaping the future.

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Erstling Becomes Bangladesh Copyright & IP Forum Trustee

Jay Erstling was honored to accept an invitation to become a Trustee for the Bangladesh Copyright & IP Forum (BCIPF) recently. According to Mr. Kazi Zahin Hasan, Chairman to the Board of Trustees of BCIPF, Jay’s experience and willingness to contribute for the development of the IPR sector will help tremendously in developing the IPR regime in Bangladesh. Read more.  

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Dear Infringer…

Responding to a Patent Infringement Cease and Desist Letter Competing in today’s business climate is difficult enough without the addition of legal headaches. But legal conflicts are part of modern business and sometimes arise in the form of a cease and desist letter from a patent owner. These letters follow a familiar form where a patent owner identifies the patented invention, claims that your product uses it without permission, and demands that in the very near future you either pay up, stop the activity, or both.

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Brexit and Your IP

Rest assured, it’s business as usual. Citizens of the UK have voted to leave the European Union (EU), but when it comes to your intellectual property protection, there is no immediate impact. 

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Patterson Thuente IP Bolsters International IP Services for Global Companies

Jay Erstling Joins as Full-Time Of Counsel Recognizing the increasing need for companies of all sizes to develop a sophisticated global outlook, Patterson Thuente IP has bolstered its international intellectual property services by welcoming Jay Erstling as full-time Of Counsel.

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Erstling Featured in New Book on Manufacturing & the Law

Patterson Thuente IP attorney Jay Erstling is featured in a new book by Richard L. Hermann, Manufacturing Business and the Law: A Guide to the Laws, Regulations, and Careers of the U.S. Manufacturing Revival (ABA Book Publishing).   “His career is a remarkable one that demonstrates what an enterprising and determined attorney can dream and achieve.”

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A New Route to International Design Protection

May 13, 2015, marked the start of a new option for US applicants seeking to protect industrial designs abroad.  On that date, the Hague Agreement, a treaty providing for the international registration of industrial designs, became effective for the US.

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