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Litigation Quality Patent PatentCast

Craige Thompson

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Litigation Quality Patent PatentCast
Litigation Quality Patent PatentCast

Litigation Quality Patent PatentCast

Craige Thompson

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The Litigation Quality Patents® Podcast, hosted by Craige Thompson (a.k.a., “The Examiner Whisperer”) contains substantive discussion designed to keep you current with what’s going on in the world of patents, encompassing everything from patent prosecution and re-examination to patent licensing and litigation.

Latest Episodes

LQP Ask The Patent Attorney: What is the key to avoiding office actions?

In this episode of "Ask The Patent Attorney,"Martin Schweigerinterviews Craige Thompson, JD, EE, PE. Craige explains the golden key to avoiding multiple office actions

7 MINSEP 16
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LQP Ask The Patent Attorney: What is the key to avoiding office actions?

LQP Ask The Patent Attorney: How do you secure IP rights for a series of inventive concepts?

Summary: ​In this episode of "Ask The Patent Attorney,"Martin Schweigerinterviews Craige Thompson, JD, EE, PE explains how to secure IP rights for a series of inventive concepts.

3 MINSEP 9
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LQP Ask The Patent Attorney: How do you secure IP rights for a series of inventive concepts?

Ask the Patent Attorney: Thoughts on the America Invents Act

Summary: In this episode of "Ask The Patent Attorney," Martin Schweiger interviews Craige Thompson, JD, EE, PE explains his thoughts on the America Invents Act.

5 MINSEP 4
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Ask the Patent Attorney: Thoughts on the America Invents Act

LQ PatentCast: R & D Tax Credit

Summary: What is the R&D Tax Credit? Welcome to this special edition of the Litigation Quality Patent PatentCast. I’m Your Host Craige Thompson of Thomson Patent Law. This is a very special podcast because we're joined by Jeff Holmberg who's a manager a CPA with Froehling Anderson, out of the Minneapolis Minnesota office. He's going to teach us something very important for in the inventors and innovators who are seeking patents and are doing R&D.

18 MINAPR 2
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LQ PatentCast: R & D Tax Credit

LQ PatentCast: ZeroClick, LLC v. Apple Inc.

Thepatent, that wasdrafted pro se by a doctor who wanted to improve the patient charting processwithout having to click on a pointer, was not invalidon the grounds thatit should be interpreted in means plus function form (if it were so interpreted, it would likely have stayed dead). Had Apple been successful, many more software patents would have been put on life support. If you have questions about your software patents contact us at: https://thompsonpatentlaw.com/tpl-contact-us/

21 MIN2018 NOV 2
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LQ PatentCast: ZeroClick, LLC v. Apple Inc.

LQ PatentCast: SIRF Technology v. the International Trade Commission

What would happen if your top engineers walked out the door with a patentable idea? As the CEO of a technologies company, have you thought about what would happen if your top engineers walked out the door with a patentable idea and started a very profitable business? Every employment agreement these days should have a clause obligating employees to assign their rights and invention to your company. However, this doesn’t always happen...

23 MIN2018 SEP 10
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LQ PatentCast: SIRF Technology v. the International Trade Commission

Ask The Patent Attorney: Is My Attorney Getting Me The Right Claims? (Part 2)

Is Your Patent Attorney Getting You the Right Claims? The first episode was about Litigation Quality Patent Claim Criteria. Today, we’re going to ask the other half of that question: what about claim scope? Am I getting Litigation Quality Patent Claim Scope when I’m filing my patent application? check out episode 1 here: https://thompsonpatentlaw.com/atpa-all-shows/right-claims/

9 MIN2018 AUG 29
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Ask The Patent Attorney: Is My Attorney Getting Me The Right Claims? (Part 2)

Ask The Patent Attorney: Is My Attorney Getting Me The Right Claims? (Part 1)

Litigation Quality Patent: Claim Criteria "Is my patent attorney getting me the right claims?" To answer that question, we’re going to break this up into two parts. The first part is theLitigation Quality Patent Claim Criteria, and the second part is theLitigation Quality Patent Claim Scope. Get your Patent Claim Criteria guide by visiting https://thompsonpatentlaw.com/atpa-all-shows/right-claims/

9 MIN2018 AUG 28
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Ask The Patent Attorney: Is My Attorney Getting Me The Right Claims? (Part 1)

LQ PatentCast: DDR Holdings v Digital River

This is an important case from 2014. It is part of our post-Alice software series of Litigation Quality PatentCasts because it’s about an important decision that’s often cited in prosecution literature, in IPRs, and in litigation in favor of patent eligibility for software claims in certain circumstances. Alice is the Supreme Court decision, and it has set the bar and the two-step Alice test for analyzing whether claims are patent-eligible subject matter, or whether they’re too abstract, to be ...

22 MIN2018 AUG 24
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LQ PatentCast: DDR Holdings v Digital River

LQ PatentCast: SAP America v. Investpic

The Federal Circuit burns off some of the fog surrounding software claims at Step 2 of the Alice inquiry. This caseappears to directly answer, for the first time, whether a claim can lack the “inventive concept” needed to survive Alice, even though the claims are “groundbreaking, innovative, or even brilliant” as well as non-obvious. Now we know that an “inventive concept” cannot be found in the non-abstract realm, e.g., the claimed improvement can’t be an improvement to merely abstract

25 MIN2018 AUG 2
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LQ PatentCast: SAP America v. Investpic

Latest Episodes

LQP Ask The Patent Attorney: What is the key to avoiding office actions?

In this episode of "Ask The Patent Attorney,"Martin Schweigerinterviews Craige Thompson, JD, EE, PE. Craige explains the golden key to avoiding multiple office actions

7 MINSEP 16
Comments
LQP Ask The Patent Attorney: What is the key to avoiding office actions?

LQP Ask The Patent Attorney: How do you secure IP rights for a series of inventive concepts?

Summary: ​In this episode of "Ask The Patent Attorney,"Martin Schweigerinterviews Craige Thompson, JD, EE, PE explains how to secure IP rights for a series of inventive concepts.

3 MINSEP 9
Comments
LQP Ask The Patent Attorney: How do you secure IP rights for a series of inventive concepts?

Ask the Patent Attorney: Thoughts on the America Invents Act

Summary: In this episode of "Ask The Patent Attorney," Martin Schweiger interviews Craige Thompson, JD, EE, PE explains his thoughts on the America Invents Act.

5 MINSEP 4
Comments
Ask the Patent Attorney: Thoughts on the America Invents Act

LQ PatentCast: R & D Tax Credit

Summary: What is the R&D Tax Credit? Welcome to this special edition of the Litigation Quality Patent PatentCast. I’m Your Host Craige Thompson of Thomson Patent Law. This is a very special podcast because we're joined by Jeff Holmberg who's a manager a CPA with Froehling Anderson, out of the Minneapolis Minnesota office. He's going to teach us something very important for in the inventors and innovators who are seeking patents and are doing R&D.

18 MINAPR 2
Comments
LQ PatentCast: R & D Tax Credit

LQ PatentCast: ZeroClick, LLC v. Apple Inc.

Thepatent, that wasdrafted pro se by a doctor who wanted to improve the patient charting processwithout having to click on a pointer, was not invalidon the grounds thatit should be interpreted in means plus function form (if it were so interpreted, it would likely have stayed dead). Had Apple been successful, many more software patents would have been put on life support. If you have questions about your software patents contact us at: https://thompsonpatentlaw.com/tpl-contact-us/

21 MIN2018 NOV 2
Comments
LQ PatentCast: ZeroClick, LLC v. Apple Inc.

LQ PatentCast: SIRF Technology v. the International Trade Commission

What would happen if your top engineers walked out the door with a patentable idea? As the CEO of a technologies company, have you thought about what would happen if your top engineers walked out the door with a patentable idea and started a very profitable business? Every employment agreement these days should have a clause obligating employees to assign their rights and invention to your company. However, this doesn’t always happen...

23 MIN2018 SEP 10
Comments
LQ PatentCast: SIRF Technology v. the International Trade Commission

Ask The Patent Attorney: Is My Attorney Getting Me The Right Claims? (Part 2)

Is Your Patent Attorney Getting You the Right Claims? The first episode was about Litigation Quality Patent Claim Criteria. Today, we’re going to ask the other half of that question: what about claim scope? Am I getting Litigation Quality Patent Claim Scope when I’m filing my patent application? check out episode 1 here: https://thompsonpatentlaw.com/atpa-all-shows/right-claims/

9 MIN2018 AUG 29
Comments
Ask The Patent Attorney: Is My Attorney Getting Me The Right Claims? (Part 2)

Ask The Patent Attorney: Is My Attorney Getting Me The Right Claims? (Part 1)

Litigation Quality Patent: Claim Criteria "Is my patent attorney getting me the right claims?" To answer that question, we’re going to break this up into two parts. The first part is theLitigation Quality Patent Claim Criteria, and the second part is theLitigation Quality Patent Claim Scope. Get your Patent Claim Criteria guide by visiting https://thompsonpatentlaw.com/atpa-all-shows/right-claims/

9 MIN2018 AUG 28
Comments
Ask The Patent Attorney: Is My Attorney Getting Me The Right Claims? (Part 1)

LQ PatentCast: DDR Holdings v Digital River

This is an important case from 2014. It is part of our post-Alice software series of Litigation Quality PatentCasts because it’s about an important decision that’s often cited in prosecution literature, in IPRs, and in litigation in favor of patent eligibility for software claims in certain circumstances. Alice is the Supreme Court decision, and it has set the bar and the two-step Alice test for analyzing whether claims are patent-eligible subject matter, or whether they’re too abstract, to be ...

22 MIN2018 AUG 24
Comments
LQ PatentCast: DDR Holdings v Digital River

LQ PatentCast: SAP America v. Investpic

The Federal Circuit burns off some of the fog surrounding software claims at Step 2 of the Alice inquiry. This caseappears to directly answer, for the first time, whether a claim can lack the “inventive concept” needed to survive Alice, even though the claims are “groundbreaking, innovative, or even brilliant” as well as non-obvious. Now we know that an “inventive concept” cannot be found in the non-abstract realm, e.g., the claimed improvement can’t be an improvement to merely abstract

25 MIN2018 AUG 2
Comments
LQ PatentCast: SAP America v. Investpic