The United States Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) issued a memorandum dated January 06, 2021, to the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) clarifying the standard for indefiniteness in post-grant proceedings under America Invents Act (AIA). The memorandum directed the PTAB to follow the same indefiniteness standard used in district courts in post-grant proceedings under... Read More
The advent of information technology does help the world to get closer to each other. These mutual interconnections have invariably solved various contentious problems that would otherwise be difficult to address. The intellectual property regime is witnessing a constant increase in the pressure of disposing of various applications that have been filed at various domestic... Read More
The international (PCT) patent application plays the role of an international patent application for a certain period of time or until national phase entry in each of the national countries. The PCT patent application does not result in a grant of a patent, however, the applicant or inventor can prosecute the PCT patent application with the International search authority (... Read More
When an inventor or legal representative or applicant decides to file a patent application in foreign countries, the United States of America (USA) would be the first choice for filing due to the market potential in various fields as well as IP diligence. This article aims to provide the basic requirements for filing PCT national phase patent applications in the USA. The... Read More
Apple was granted 60 new Patents by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in the month of July 2019. These 60 newly granted Patents included a vital autonomous vehicle vision system the main purpose of which is to filter out glaring light which generally troubles the vehicle’s navigation system. On the other hand, Apple also bagged a few design patents including Beats... Read More
Apple has filed a patent application, for technology that will reportedly let the user set up wireless charging, with the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). This feature is expected to be first incorporated in the iPhone first, followed by Apple Watch and then the iPad.
The long-range wireless charging, based on Radio Frequency (RF), is on the... Read More