WHIPgroup Seeks Third Local Tech Startup For InventLab™

July, 9th, 2019

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…]

Cross Licensing in Computer Technologies

July, 9th, 2019

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…]

Patents: A Way to Attack, Defend, and Diplomacy

June, 27th, 2019

By Stephen F.W. Ball, Jr. and Jacob J. Alexander In recent years the number and use of patents has grown exponentially. There were nearly 4 times as many patent applications filled in 2013 than in [Read More…]

Stamford-based Bloxiom named as second WHIPgroup InventLab™ Resident

June, 12th, 2019

Bloxiom is the second tech start-up to be selected for Whitmyer IP Group’s InventLab™ program.  Bloxiom, led by Majed Sidani, is a financial firm platform for managing transactions with blockchain technology.  The patent-pending Blockchain technology allows [Read More…]

Improving Generic Drug Safety and Public Health through Private Tech

June, 5th, 2019

While many Americans rely on generic drugs as an inexpensive way to treat common ailments, common essential medications can vary in quality from manufacturer to manufacturer and even batch to batch of, especially when a drug goes [Read More…]

Tech and Telecom Giants Take the Lead in the Self-Driving Vehicle Patent Race

May, 13th, 2019

By Patrick D. Duplessis These days it seems almost every article or news report about self-driving vehicles (SDVs) includes the prophecy that the automobile will soon resemble a “smartphone on wheels.”  That oft-repeated phrase alludes [Read More…]

Federal Circuit Guidance on Trademark Webpage Specimens

May, 7th, 2019

By Walter B. Welsh A webpage qualifies as use in commerce if it is a point-of-sale. A recent precedential decision, In re Siny Corp., provides guidance on what constitutes a point-of-sale. This article discusses that [Read More…]

Stop Infringers At The Border

April, 18th, 2019

By Christopher J. Stankus Section 337 Investigations at the International Trade Commission (“ITC”) can be a vital weapon for patent owners to protect their U.S. intellectual property against infringing imports. Section 337 Investigations are resolved [Read More…]

Now That You Have a Patent, What to Do With It

April, 11th, 2019

By Victor P. Lin Irrespective if you are a single inventor, a small startup, university, or an established company, the patenting process can be long and difficult.  The average time it takes to receive an [Read More…]

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