Patents : Part IV - Business Methods

Thad Gabara, Patent Agent and Inventor
Business methods raise issues of 35 USC 101. There was a time when having computers doing things could not be patented. The Diehr and State Street cases will be discussed.
Nov 11 2008
34 mins
Patents : Part IV - Business Methods
More from this community:

Intellectual Property

  • Live and recorded (173)
  • Upcoming (2)
  • Date
  • Rating
  • Views
  • In this webinar we will examine what information security and threat analysts can expect in 2015. Topics will include using threat intelligence before and after data breaches, information sharing, the Internet of Things, and the role of the CISO.
  • In this webinar we will discuss what physical security professionals should expect in 2015. Topics will include social media, local activism, and global hotspots, among others.
  • In this webinar, we will examine what security professionals should expect in 2015. Topics will include mobile application security, rogue mobile apps, BYOD, wearables and mobile payment systems.
  • Join us on Feb 12th at 11:00 PST to view the live launch webcast for our new PTAB functionality. Our speakers will show you how data-driven insights into PTAB cases (IPR’s, CBM’s and others), parties involved, and patents at issue can be leveraged in PTAB proceedings.
  • A highly practical webinar focused on the uncertain world of how to protect Biologics in Latin America.

    Attend to find out about:
    •Patentability both in theory and the reality on the ground
    •Is the granting of patents for biologics possible and/or been challenged
    •New regulation for biologics in Mexico, Chile and Colombia
    oApproval
    oExtrapolation
    oPharma vigilance
    oInterchangeability
    •An In-house perspective – Practical approaches and how various laws and regulations have affected companies in real terms
    •A comparative look at the differences between jurisdictions.
  • In an era of advanced threats, awareness is the utmost security measure. Awareness of potential or imminent threats can enable improved preparation, and improved preparation can lead to more effective mitigation and prevention tactics. Fortunately, many outside threats, actors and methods can be detected and studied in advance through Internet monitoring and intelligence analytics. In this webinar, we’ll discuss how can security professionals make a practical case for threat intelligence.
  • Managing IP, in association with the Managing IP Women in IP Global Network, invites you to join a free web seminar focusing using social media to get ahead.

    Speakers include:
    Linda J. Thayer, Partner, Finnegan
    Mary Kaczmarek, Business and Professional Development Consultant, Skillful Means Marketing LLC
    Katherine McGowan, Trademark/Advertising Counsel, LinkedIn
    Christine Kao, Intellectual Property & Identity Policy, Twitter

    This webinar will cover topics such as:
    • Building your personal brand on social media
    • Social networking, blogs and content communities; Twitter, Facebook, YouTube
    • LinkedIn – making yourself contactable; showing yourself in the best light
    • Using social media to keep in touch with old colleagues and connect with new ones
    • Using online platforms effectively – contributing as well as information gathering
    • How are your clients using social media?
    • Finding the right communities for you
    • Using social media to win business
    • Legal issues to consider: who owns a company channel? How to ensure you avoid liable

    The live audience will be able to ask questions of the speakers during the webinar, which will be in English and will last one hour.
  • Too often, eDiscovery professionals and investigators rely on methods - like screen printing - for social media discovery that are impossible to authenticate. And now, the Courts have taken notice. With a higher bar set for defensible collection in social media, it is time for a more practical approach to social discovery.

    This webcast examines best practices of social discovery, no expert should ignore:

    - Discoverability - including social media in eDiscovery plans and the impact on eDiscovery strategies
    - Defensibility and authenticity - supporting case law that demands the use of a robust investigative platform that captures diverse types of content and metadata
    - Challenges in dealing with this new data type - understanding common challenges associated with new forms of metadata and privacy issues

    Watch this webcast to learn how and why to incorporate an investigative platform to collect, search, preserve and manage social media evidence and how to do so defensibly.

    This webinar is free, but space is limited.
  • Managing IP’s next webinar, run in cooperation with Lecorpio, will take place on December 11 at 6pm (GMT); 1pm (EST) and will discuss strategies for using patents defensively and offensively.

    In a patent-driven industry where being first to file is paramount, companies recognize the power of turning ideas into assets. More and more companies now choose to aggressively grow and diligently monitor their intellectual property (IP) portfolios, viewing them as critical business assets. Patent frontrunners IBM and Samsung have set the bar high by collectively securing more than 12,000 patents in 2013 alone. Moreover, over 75% of Google’s patents have been awarded in the last two years and the number of applications from the search giant as well as other Silicon Valley-based tech companies is skyrocketing.

    But as companies race to create more IP, how do innovation leaders ensure that their patent portfolio is aligned to strategic priorities? This webinar will discuss how to manage and create a strategic patent portfolio with two innovation leaders.

    Speakers:
    •Dana Rao, Vice-President, Intellectual Property & Litigation, Adobe
    •Douglas Luftman, Vice President, Innovation Services & Chief Intellectual Property Counsel, NetApp
    •Bill Soward, COO, Lecorpio
    •James Nurton, managing editor, Managing IP (moderator)

    Key topics will include:
    •How to align the patent portfolio to business objectives
    •Ways to operationalize the patent process
    •Automating and systemizing IP
    •Managing patents for offensive and defensive strategies
    •Quality vs. speed


    The webinar is free to attend and will last about one hour. The audience is invited to submit questions throughout the webinar, which will be answered during a moderated Q&A session at the end.
  • Join us on for an interview with Sgt. Dan Morrissey, expert in law enforcement social media evidence, from the County Gang Intelligence Unit at the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department. Hear about a real-world narcotics investigation case using X1 Social Discovery preventing a chain of criminal events.

    In this Webcast you will:
    - Gain social media insights & best practices
    - Hear from investigative experts dealing with social media evidence daily
    - Acquire lessons learned in dealing with this critical & ever-growing medium of evidence
  • Channel
  • Channel profile
  • Patents : Part IV - Business Methods Recorded: Nov 11 2008 34 mins
    Business methods raise issues of 35 USC 101. There was a time when having computers doing things could not be patented. The Diehr and State Street cases will be discussed.
  • Patents : Part III –KSR v. Teleflex Recorded: Oct 17 2008 27 mins
    Teaching, Suggestion and Motivation (TSM) occured due to the Supreme Court case of Graham v. John Deere Co., 383 U.S. 1 (1966). A second Supreme court case called KSR concerns the issue of obviousness as applied to patent claims. An examiner can reject a claim based on common sense of a person having ordinary skill in the art (PHOSITA). Common sense is a perception and Voltaire has stated "Common sense is not so common." If you are interested in obtaining a patent, this talk is a must see.
  • Patents : Part II – Claim Language Recorded: Oct 10 2008 30 mins
    Claims are typically partitioned into apparatus, method and "means for" type language. Some of the mystery of reading claims is uncovered. Terms covered include : antecedent basis, negative limitation, etc. Time permitting a patent case may be presented.
  • Patents: Part I - the Basics Recorded: Oct 3 2008 28 mins
    The basic fundamentals of patents are presented. The history, rights and types of patents are addressed. The required components of a patent application and topics that can not be patented are detailed. Patentability issues based on basic law and a description of 35 U.S.C. §101, §102, §103 and §112 are covered.
Live monthly webcasts for Inventors, Technologists, and Startups.
Simple description of patents: how to turn an invention into a patent, how they protect your rights, why do you need them, and how much do they cost? Talk presented by Thad Gabara who holds over seventy patents and is licensed to prosecute patent applications before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

Embed in website or blog

Successfully added emails: 0
Remove all
  • Title: Patents : Part IV - Business Methods
  • Live at: Nov 11 2008 7:00 pm
  • Presented by: Thad Gabara, Patent Agent and Inventor
  • From:
Your email has been sent.
or close
You must be logged in to email this