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Automobiles

Now Patented: Vehicle with Frunkgate

Frunkgate: US 10,676,137 has issued for something you didn’t know you wanted, a “tailgate” on the front of your car. …

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Court COVID-19 Requirements

Texas Patent Judges Diverge on Covid-19 Trial Protocols

This is a summary of the full article written by Katie Buehler and published on Law360. As America starts to …

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Extended Deadlines Due to COVID-19

Missed the Deadline for Claiming Priority, New Grounds May Buy You Additional Two Months

Due to COVID-19, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) added new grounds for requesting a restoration of the Right …

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Computers

New Hope for Software Patents: Federal Circuit’s Uniloc Decision Provides Support for Uptrend in Software-Related Patents

The Federal Circuit’s recent Uniloc decision provides welcome support for an uptrend in the allowance rate of software-related patents. In …

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Intellectual Property

Practical Intellectual Property Practices for Corporate Clients

Imagine the embarrassment of having an email discovered during litigation where one of your employees exclaims that your new product …

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Dallas Patent Attorneys

What Type of Patent Do I Need?

As an inventor, you need to protect your intellectual property. The best way to do this may be to patent …

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