WHIPgroup successfully obtained a decision reversing rejections for written description, enablement, indefiniteness, anticipation, and obviousness. The invention is directed to a system of interconnected medical devices and surgical information displays. The Patent Office issued a final office action rejecting the claims on numerous grounds. WHIPgroup appealed and argued that the claimed invention was both supported by the disclosure and novel and non-obvious over the cited art. Subsequent to oral argument, the Board issued its decision and agreed with WHIPgroup, reversing the rejections for written description, enablement, indefiniteness, anticipation, and obviousness.
Dropbox was sued by WHIPgroup’s client WhitServe for infringement of a patent relating to an onsite backup system for third party data. In response, Dropbox challenged the novelty and non-obviousness of the patent with six [Read More…]
By Stephen Ball There is never a bad time to evaluate your intellectual property (IP) strategy. When most people think of IP, they think of issued patents and registered trademarks. However, IP strategy is not [Read More…]
WHIPgroup is pleased to announce that Jacob (Jack) Alexander has joined the firm. Mr. Alexander has a bachelor’s degree in Engineering Physics with a concentration in mechanical engineering from Fordham University. Mr. Alexander graduated from [Read More…]