Patent Confidential — On-Sale Bar and Secret Sales in America Invents Act Era, this article first appeared in IAM Yearbook: Building IP value in the 21st century 2019, a supplement to IAM, published by Globe Business Media Group – IP Division. To view the guide in full, please go to IAM-media.com. October 2018.
After a lifetime of deference to utility patents, in recent years design patents in the United States are enjoying a place of prominence. Design patent filings at the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) have increased sharply and design patents are finding a more important role in corporate patent portfolios. Much of the attention stems […]
At the Intersection of U.S. Patent Laws and Autonomous Vehicles: A Look at Patent Eligibility and Claim Indefiniteness.
Corey M. Beaubien and Jeffrey L. Doyle co-authored an article “At the Intersection of U.S. Patent Laws and Autonomous Vehicles: A Look at Patent Eligibility and Claim Indefiniteness.” The article was published as a General Chapter in the 7th edition of The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Patents, published by Global Legal Group Ltd., London. […]
The Supreme Court Gets Intellectual: A look at how the Court is reshaping IP law in significant ways
The Supreme Court Gets Intellectual: A look at how the Court is reshaping IP law in significant ways by Corey M. Beaubien and Michael J. Druzinski, Michigan Bar Journal, February 2016
Making Sense of Non(ce)sense—Seeking Broad Claim Coverage and Avoiding Unwanted Means-Plus-Function Treatment
Making Sense of Non(ce)sense—Seeking Broad Claim Coverage and Avoiding Unwanted Means-Plus-Function Treatment by Corey M. Beaubien and Scott A. Hogan, BNA’s Patent, Trademark & Copyright Journal, 90 PTCJ 1869, 05/01/2015
Patent Eligibility and Medical Diagnostic and Treatment Methods: Principles to Apply by Corey M. Beaubien and Shannon K. Smith, BNA’s Patent, Trademark & Copyright Journal, 88 PTCJ 1276, 09/19/2014
To Mark or Not to Mark – The Past and Present State of Patent Marking and False Marking by Corey M. Beaubien, Intellectual Property Today, January 2014
Matt Schmidt and Corey Beaubien co-authored an article published in the Detroit Legal News titled Paying Inventors (to Play) in Foreign Countries. The article looks at employee-inventor compensation laws outside of the US in the countries of China, Japan, South Korea, Germany, France, Italy, and Brazil. Click here to view the article. http://www.legalnews.com/detroit/1364761/