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Clause 8
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Eli started Clause 8 because he loves talking about intellectual property issues, finding out people's stories, and asking questions. Eli hopes to share his conversations with the most interesting people in the intellectual property and patent community through Clause 8.

Latest Episodes

Episode 13: Gene Quinn

Gene Quinn is the founder of IPWatchdog.com. It has been the leading online publication focused on intellectual property for almost twenty years. Although they don't always agree, Federal Circuit judges, Congressional staffers, and K Street follow it closely to stay abreast of latest IP policy-related developments. During the episode, Gene discusses the serendipitous start to IPWatchdog.com, why it has been so successful, and what it's like to be read by Federal Circuit judges and other luminaries. Gene also talks about the IP policy landscape in Washington, DC and how to effectively impact the policy making process. And, Gene shares his insights regarding the state of patent eligibility, the USPTO's Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB), and the future for America's patent system and innovation.

74 MINSEP 10
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Episode 13: Gene Quinn

Episode 12: Gilbert Hyatt

Gil Hyatt is one of the most significant American innovators in the field of personal computing - the inventor of the microprocessor. And, he has been involved in a David versus Goliath battle with the US Patent and Trademark Office for decades. Initially, Gil was able to successfully obtain patents for his innovations and license them for hundreds of millions of dollars. However, in the mid 1990s, the USPTO started secretly flagging his applications under the Sensitive Applications Warning System (SAWS) program and processed them in a way that prevented him from obtaining any more patents. In response, Gil filed multiple lawsuits against the USPTO (including a successful appeal to the Supreme Court). During this episode, Gil discusses his story, including a recent class action lawsuit that he filed in his continued battle to obtain the patents that he believes he deserves.

57 MINJUL 16
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Episode 12: Gilbert Hyatt

Episode 11: John Harrity

John Harrity is the managing partner of Harrity & Harrity LLP and a leader in innovation in the legal field. John, along with his twin brother Paul Harrity, founded the patent preparation and prosecution firm almost twenty years ago. During this episode, we discussed the history of the firm, the secrets to the firm's success, and how to successfully innovate in the legal field.

62 MINJUN 11
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Episode 11: John Harrity

Episode 10: Makan Delrahim

Makan Delrahim is the Assistant Attorney General for the Antitrust Division. Makan is the first registered patent attorney in that role and has already made some significant changes with regards to the DoJ’s approach to intellectual property issues and encouraging innovation. During this episode, we discussed Makan's personal story, the Antirust Division itself, the intersection between patent and antitrust issues, the relationship between the DoJ and the FTC, Standard Setting Organizations, and many other topics.

36 MINMAR 26
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Episode 10: Makan Delrahim

Episode 9: Kathi Vidal

Kathi Vidal is the managing partner of of the Silicon Valley office of Winston & Strawn LLP. Kathi is also one of the top patent litigators in America and one of the most interesting thought leaders in the legal industry. During this episode, we discussed how Kathi became so successful, what it’s like to be an IP lawyer in Silicon Valley, the state of patent litigation, strategic patent prosecution, business development, and many other subjects.

56 MINMAR 5
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Episode 9: Kathi Vidal

Episode 8: Aaron Cooper

Aaron Cooper was the Chief Counsel for IP and Antitrust Law on the Senate Judiciary Committee during the passage of the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act (AIA) and is now the head of global policy for the trade group BSA (fka the Business Software Alliance). The AIA arguably made the most substantial changes to patent law since the Patent Act of 1836. During the episode, we discuss the passage of the AIA, post-grant proceedings created by the AIA, the role of BSA and other interest groups in shaping intellectual property (IP) policy, current patent-related legislative proposals, and many other subjects.

59 MINFEB 5
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Episode 8: Aaron Cooper

Episode 7: Tariq Hafiz

USPTO's (United States Patent and Trademark Office) Director of Technology Center 3600 Business Methods discusses his career, role at the USPTO, how policy is formulated and implemented at the USPTO, taking over and turning around the TC after the Alice Supreme Court decision, and section 101 rejections. He also provides priceless advice to patent practitioners about how to successfully work with patent examiners and obtain patents.

59 MIN2018 DEC 2
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Episode 7: Tariq Hafiz

Episode 6: Representative Henry Waxman

Former Congressman Waxman discusses the passage of the seminal Hatch-Waxman Act, recent proposals to improve the balance between rights of brand name pharmaceutical and generic companies, and his 40-year career in Congress.

51 MIN2018 OCT 27
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Episode 6: Representative Henry Waxman

Episode 5: Gaston Kroub

IP Columnist for Above the Law and Founding Partner at Kroub, Silbersher & Kolmykov PLLC & Markman Advisors LLC. Kroub, Silbersher & Kolmykov PLLC is an IP litigation boutique & Markman Advisors LLC is a leading consultancy on patent issues for the investment community.

62 MIN2018 OCT 8
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Episode 5: Gaston Kroub

Episode 4: David Kappos

David Kappos served as the Director of the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and was IBM's Vice President and Assistant General Counsel for Intellectual Property.

41 MIN2018 SEP 21
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Episode 4: David Kappos

Latest Episodes

Episode 13: Gene Quinn

Gene Quinn is the founder of IPWatchdog.com. It has been the leading online publication focused on intellectual property for almost twenty years. Although they don't always agree, Federal Circuit judges, Congressional staffers, and K Street follow it closely to stay abreast of latest IP policy-related developments. During the episode, Gene discusses the serendipitous start to IPWatchdog.com, why it has been so successful, and what it's like to be read by Federal Circuit judges and other luminaries. Gene also talks about the IP policy landscape in Washington, DC and how to effectively impact the policy making process. And, Gene shares his insights regarding the state of patent eligibility, the USPTO's Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB), and the future for America's patent system and innovation.

74 MINSEP 10
Comments
Episode 13: Gene Quinn

Episode 12: Gilbert Hyatt

Gil Hyatt is one of the most significant American innovators in the field of personal computing - the inventor of the microprocessor. And, he has been involved in a David versus Goliath battle with the US Patent and Trademark Office for decades. Initially, Gil was able to successfully obtain patents for his innovations and license them for hundreds of millions of dollars. However, in the mid 1990s, the USPTO started secretly flagging his applications under the Sensitive Applications Warning System (SAWS) program and processed them in a way that prevented him from obtaining any more patents. In response, Gil filed multiple lawsuits against the USPTO (including a successful appeal to the Supreme Court). During this episode, Gil discusses his story, including a recent class action lawsuit that he filed in his continued battle to obtain the patents that he believes he deserves.

57 MINJUL 16
Comments
Episode 12: Gilbert Hyatt

Episode 11: John Harrity

John Harrity is the managing partner of Harrity & Harrity LLP and a leader in innovation in the legal field. John, along with his twin brother Paul Harrity, founded the patent preparation and prosecution firm almost twenty years ago. During this episode, we discussed the history of the firm, the secrets to the firm's success, and how to successfully innovate in the legal field.

62 MINJUN 11
Comments
Episode 11: John Harrity

Episode 10: Makan Delrahim

Makan Delrahim is the Assistant Attorney General for the Antitrust Division. Makan is the first registered patent attorney in that role and has already made some significant changes with regards to the DoJ’s approach to intellectual property issues and encouraging innovation. During this episode, we discussed Makan's personal story, the Antirust Division itself, the intersection between patent and antitrust issues, the relationship between the DoJ and the FTC, Standard Setting Organizations, and many other topics.

36 MINMAR 26
Comments
Episode 10: Makan Delrahim

Episode 9: Kathi Vidal

Kathi Vidal is the managing partner of of the Silicon Valley office of Winston & Strawn LLP. Kathi is also one of the top patent litigators in America and one of the most interesting thought leaders in the legal industry. During this episode, we discussed how Kathi became so successful, what it’s like to be an IP lawyer in Silicon Valley, the state of patent litigation, strategic patent prosecution, business development, and many other subjects.

56 MINMAR 5
Comments
Episode 9: Kathi Vidal

Episode 8: Aaron Cooper

Aaron Cooper was the Chief Counsel for IP and Antitrust Law on the Senate Judiciary Committee during the passage of the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act (AIA) and is now the head of global policy for the trade group BSA (fka the Business Software Alliance). The AIA arguably made the most substantial changes to patent law since the Patent Act of 1836. During the episode, we discuss the passage of the AIA, post-grant proceedings created by the AIA, the role of BSA and other interest groups in shaping intellectual property (IP) policy, current patent-related legislative proposals, and many other subjects.

59 MINFEB 5
Comments
Episode 8: Aaron Cooper

Episode 7: Tariq Hafiz

USPTO's (United States Patent and Trademark Office) Director of Technology Center 3600 Business Methods discusses his career, role at the USPTO, how policy is formulated and implemented at the USPTO, taking over and turning around the TC after the Alice Supreme Court decision, and section 101 rejections. He also provides priceless advice to patent practitioners about how to successfully work with patent examiners and obtain patents.

59 MIN2018 DEC 2
Comments
Episode 7: Tariq Hafiz

Episode 6: Representative Henry Waxman

Former Congressman Waxman discusses the passage of the seminal Hatch-Waxman Act, recent proposals to improve the balance between rights of brand name pharmaceutical and generic companies, and his 40-year career in Congress.

51 MIN2018 OCT 27
Comments
Episode 6: Representative Henry Waxman

Episode 5: Gaston Kroub

IP Columnist for Above the Law and Founding Partner at Kroub, Silbersher & Kolmykov PLLC & Markman Advisors LLC. Kroub, Silbersher & Kolmykov PLLC is an IP litigation boutique & Markman Advisors LLC is a leading consultancy on patent issues for the investment community.

62 MIN2018 OCT 8
Comments
Episode 5: Gaston Kroub

Episode 4: David Kappos

David Kappos served as the Director of the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and was IBM's Vice President and Assistant General Counsel for Intellectual Property.

41 MIN2018 SEP 21
Comments
Episode 4: David Kappos
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