WHIPgroup obtained another patent allowance using the After Final Consideration Pilot (AFCP) Program. In U.S. Application No. 13/452,108 directed to an endoscopic light conducting device, a Final Office Action rejected pending claims for obviousness. WHIPgroup attorneys argued that the combination of references did not teach all the elements of the present invention. Also, despite the Office Action alleging a benefit obtained by the combination, it was shown that there was no motivation to seek out the benefit. WHIPgroup’s successful use of the AFCP program helped its client avoid the need for an Appeal or RCE.
The Gallery WHIPgroup is a collaboration between the Fernando Luis Alvarez Gallery and Whitmyer IP Group in recognition of their joint dedication to celebrate both downtown Stamford and creativity in all its forms. Curated by [Read More…]
WHIPgroup attorneys were successful in overcoming § 101 rejections for a patent application directed to an Intellectual Property (IP) system. The invention relates to an automated network-based system that replicates IP applications between jurisdictions for [Read More…]
WHIPgroup is seeking a new resident for the InventLab™ tech accelerator program located in its Stamford, CT offices. InventLab™ is intended to build upon WHIPgroup’s successful Stamford Tech Entrepreneur Meetup (meetup.com/whipgroup) by offering direct support [Read More…]