You May be Surprised to Find Your Software is Patentable

Do you think that your company’s software isn’t patentable?  You might be surprised to find out that software is patentable, and that you are leaving potentially valuable software patents on the table. We have found that many software companies believe that a product must be completely groundbreaking to be patentable, or that only an entirely Read more about You May be Surprised to Find Your Software is Patentable[…]

How Patent Claims Make or Break Patents – Yours and Your Competitors’

If you’ve been an inventor on a patent or read a patent, you know how long and detailed the technical description (called the “specification”) in the patent can be, and how much work goes into writing it.  As important as the specification is, it is the patent claims that define the legal protection provided by the Read more about How Patent Claims Make or Break Patents – Yours and Your Competitors’[…]

Anatomy of a Successful Software Patent

Obtaining a valuable, strong, defensible, successful software patent requires not just knowledge of patent law and computer technology, but also extensive experience in how to draft every section of a patent application to maximize the likelihood that it will be granted, the ability to enforce it against competitors, and its strength in withstanding challenges to Read more about Anatomy of a Successful Software Patent[…]

Five Key Questions to Ask Yourself Before Seeking Patents

Anyone considering investing in patents should interrogate themselves as to their business objectives/motives as early as possible. That means really digging into the details of five key questions, “five Ws” Who are you? Whether you’re an inventor in a garage or in-house attorney at a large, innovative organization, it’s important to ask where this effort is going. Read more about Five Key Questions to Ask Yourself Before Seeking Patents[…]