Andrew focuses on patent prosecution and litigation. He has been diving head first into Intellectual Property since entering law school at the University of Connecticut, where he is a member of various IP-centric clubs and the Energy and Environment Law Society. Andrew has a degree in physics from Villanova University.
Scott specializes in electrical engineering and worked for two years as a patent agent prior to enrolling at Fordham Law School. As an undergraduate, he worked on the George Washington University Solar Decathlon team, where he designed and built a 100 W DC-AC inverter and has extensive experience in alternative energy. Scott is familiar with a wide range of technologies, including medical devices, navigation systems, car appliances, computer network systems, auctioning methods, humidifiers, and elevators.
WHIPgroup obtained another patent allowance using the After Final Consideration Pilot (AFCP) Program. In U.S. Application No. 15/239,469 directed to an eccentric well pipe, a Final Office Action rejected pending claims for obviousness. WHIPgroup attorneys [Read More…]
WHIPgroup attorneys were successful in using the Pre-Appeal Brief Review program to overcome a final rejection. During prosecution, the USPTO rejected claims directed to a method for actively damping oscillations in a compression process as [Read More…]
By Patrick D. Duplessis In a petition filed this month with the U.S. Supreme Court, patent owner Cave Consulting Group (CCGroup) draws attention to a persistent split at the Federal Circuit concerning foundational claim construction [Read More…]