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IPR PTAB Cast 


The IPR PTAB Cast, hosted by Craige Thompson (a.k.a., “The Examiner Whisperer”) in this show we explore cutting edge and significant inter partes review (IPR) cases that come through the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB). IPRs are a hot topic because patent litigation frequently jumps from the federal courts back to the Patent Office. The relatively young IPR process has had a game-changing impact on patent valuation, enforcement, and litigation, so it warrants serious attention for anyone interested in winning the patent game.


SIRF TECHNOLOGY V. THE INTERNATIONAL TRADE COMMISSION

Summary: 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. Every engineer will leave their current position at some point, and some of them will leave with extremely valuable ideas in their heads that they have been moonlighting on.

In today’s PatentCast, discover how an engineer walked out with valuable patentable ideas when his company was focused on GPS technologies for surveying applications. This former employer lost out on the “Big Win” when they could have had a very profitable idea without expensive or risky litigation.


DSS Technology v. Apple 


Energy Heating V. Heat On-The-Fly 


IN RE: Power INTEGRATIONS 


Owens Corning V. Fast Felt Corporation


Southwire Co. V. Cerro Wire


General Plastic Industrial V. Canon Kabushiki Kaisha


IN RE: SMITH INTERNATIONAL  INC.


Ultratec  v. Captioncall


AQUA PRODUCTS V. PTO  


Nidec Motor corp. v. 

zhongshan broad ocean co. 


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Jason H. Rosenblum IP Attorney, Law Office of Jason H. Rosenblum

I love working with TPL because they are responsive, knowledgeable, dedicated, hard-working, result driven, and personable

The attorneys at Thompson Patent Law ("TPL") have a thorough understanding of patent law and view it with an eye towards adding value as an asset to a business. We have worked on a number of matters together over the past few years and they always add valuable insights to the client's business. I love working with TPL because they are responsive, knowledgeable, dedicated, hard-working, result driven, and personable. They are true professionals in every sense and trusted advisor to their clients and colleagues.