A New Fault Line in the Modern Era of U.S. Patent Eligibility, first published as an expert chapter in the 11th edition of the ICLG Patents 2021, published by Global Legal Group Ltd, London, September 2020
Reising Ethington is ranked as one of the top firms in intellectual property by Chambers and Partners. Only six firms were chosen in Michigan. Fellow practitioners highlight the firm’s “amazing talent, especially on the patent prosecution side.” Sources acknowledge the firm’s attorneys as “very knowledgeable in their respective areas and responsive to client needs.”
The spread of COVID-19 has had an immense impact on our global environment. While the impact is great, we are still fully committed to helping our clients protect their intellectual property throughout this tumultuous time, and we will continue to stay on top of matters without interruption. Questions relating to the coronavirus impact on your […]
The spread of COVID-19 has had an immense impact on our global environment. While the impact is great, we have been diligently guiding clients to protect their intellectual property throughout this tumultuous time, and we will continue to stay on top of matters without interruption. Our Patent and Trademark Resource Guides, put together by Reising […]
Jim Stevens has been voted the 2020 Lawyer of the Year by Best Lawyers. This award is only given to one attorney in the region per practice area each year.
Reising Ethington sponsored a family during the holidays through Volunteers of America. Through employee donations (several shareholders, attorneys, and staff), the firm delivered clothing and toys to the family helping them have a great holiday.
Corey Beaubien and Shannon Smith have been appointed as coaches for the 2020 International Patent Application Drafting Competition put on by the USPTO. The competition introduces law students to issues arising in United States Patent Law and helps develop their patent application drafting, amending, and prosecuting skills.
Jim Stevens is beginning his 15th year as an Adjunct Professor teaching Patent Law at the University of Detroit Mercy Law School. He instructs his class from the casebook “Patent Law Including Trade Secrets – Copyrights – Trademarks,” a West Publishing Company publication co-authored by Bill Francis, Rick Hoffmann, Matt Schmidt, and Jim Stevens.
Corey Beaubien is now a member of the East Michigan District Export Council (EMDEC). The Council is made up of leaders whose knowledge of and expertise in international business provides a source of professional advice for their region’s local companies.
James Stevens, Michael Adams, and Shannon Smith attended a meeting at the European Patent Office in Munich
James Stevens, Michael Adams, and Shannon Smith attended a meeting with international stakeholders at the European Patent Office in Munich, Germany to discuss EPO directives and quality control of EP patents. They visited with EPO top officials and had the opportunity to discuss the need for a less strict interpretation of EPC Art. 123(2) to […]