Whitmyer IP Group often represents corporations with over a hundred years of history or having thousands of employees, but they also save a few seats at the table for even the smallest of startups. Recently, WHIPGroup helped brothers Keith and Kyle Jordan to enhance their IP protection covering their sole product, a hockey puck bottle opener. With the valuable insight of experienced patent prosecutors Michael Kosma and Patrick Duplessis, WHIPGroup’s newest addition Paul Fraulo was able to draft his first utility application filed with the firm.
Recently, WHIPGROUP engaged in an arbitration that included a five day hearing in the City. Here are some thoughts about why arbitration is different (not clearly better or worse) than litigation. Venue The AAA arbitral [Read More…]
WHIPGroup previously filed a Motion to Dismiss a patent infringement suit filed against its client TomTom in the Western District of Texas. Rather than opposing WHIPGroup’s motion to dismiss, Plaintiff MDSP Technologies LLC voluntarily dismissed [Read More…]
WHIPgroup succeeded in having anticipation and indefiniteness rejections overturned by the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB). The claimed invention relates to a sequencing station that manages both sequencing and restacking tasks. The Examiner had [Read More…]