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 preparing and filing those applications. An Office Action rejected all claims for not reciting patentable subject matter. WHIPgroup attorneys argued that the rejection was improper because the invention integrates both a practical application and a particular machine (programmed computer). The Office was persuaded and allowed the claims. The patent is expected to issue in due course.
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 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…]
By Andrew P. Siuta Advanced Micro Devices will soon release its new Ryzen 3000 series of processors, in yet another attempt to grab market share away from Intel. The new 3000 series are expected to [Read More…]