Scott Hogan provided commentary in a news article in Bloomberg BNA’s Patent, Trademark & Copyright Journal covering the en banc Federal Circuit case Williamson v. Citrix Online, LLC. His comments concerned the importance of taking affirmative measures while drafting patent applications to avoid mean-plus-function treatment of claims in light of the new standard set forth by the Williamson court. Under the new standard, patent claims that rely heavily on functional language are more likely to receive means-plus-function treatment, which can undesirably limit claim coverage.
Scott Hogan provided commentary in a news article in Bloomberg BNA’s Patent, Trademark & Copyright Journal
The seventh edition of the U.S. law school textbook entitled Cases and Materials on Patent Law Including Trade Secrets, authored by Reising attorneys
February 17, 2017
Melinda D. Zatkoff has accepted a position on the Dean’s Advisory Board at the University of Detroit Mercy Law School
March 17, 2017