03/16/2015

01/06/2015

The Editors, Administrative Staff and Board of Governors are pleased to announce the newest issue of the Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society.
  • Rebutting Obviousness Rejections by Disclosing Impermissible Hindsight Tom Brody Patent PR Eric L. Lane
  • The Google Art Project: An Analysis From a Legal and Social Perspective on Copyright Implications Katrina Wu
  • Short-Circuiting Contract Law: The Federal Circuit’s Contract Law Jurisprudence And IP Federalism Shubha Ghosh
  • Note: Trademarking Social Change: An Ironic Commodification Roger Stronach
  • Note: A Comparative Analysis of the Evolution of Trademark Law in Cuba and the Dominican Republic Ana Cristina Carrera
  • Note: Controlling the Patent Trolls: A Proposed Approach for Curbing Abusive Section 337 Claims in the ITC Matthew Duescher
  • 2014 Author Index
07/02/2014

The Editors, Administrative Staff and Board of Governors are pleased to announce the newest issue of the Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society.
  • The Patentability Of Human Embryonic Stem Cells In Light Of Myriad Brandon Smith
  • A Patent Problem: Can Chinese Courts Compare with the U.S. in Providing Patent Holders with Adequate Monetary Damages Yieyie Yang
  • Process Stories: Patenting Natural Law Processes under Prometheus - How Much Addition to a Patent Claim is Enough? Arun Mohan
  • Eligibility Of DNA and cDNA Daniel Leo
  • A Slippery Slope: The Future of Patents from Government-Funded R&D Tanya S. Gillis
  • Private Industry's Impact on U.S. Trade Law and International Intellectual Property Law: A Study of Post-TRIPS U.S. Bilateral Agreements and the Capture of the USTR Katrina Moberg
  • “The Knockoff Economy: How Imitation Sparks Innovation” by Kal Raustiala and Christopher Sprigman (Oxford University Press, 2012) Book Review by Lynn Bristol
  • Frederico and Rossman Awards Eric Keasel, Committee Chairman
03/14/2014

The Editors, Administrative Staff and Board of Governors are pleased to announce the newest issue of the Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society.
  • Title Defense: Creating Consistency in Video Game Title Trademark Law Suzanne Jackiw
  • The PTAB’s Interpretation of the Real Party in Interest and Privy Provisions in the AIA: A Look at the PTAB’s Rulings for Several Fact Scenarios Gregory J. Gonsalves and Kathy Grubbs
  • A New Approach to Combating the Piracy of Intellectual Property: Develop the Rule of Law and Increase the Supply of Legitimate Goods Andrew D. Getsinger
  • The Trajectory of China's Trademark Systems Leading Up to the New Trademark Law Taking Effect in May 2014 Jayanth S. Swamidass and Paul M. Swamidass
  • Keep It American: Preventing Foreign Acquisition of Federally Funded Intellectual PropertyBrice Lauer Biggins
  • A Critique of Recent Opinions in Patent Interferences Charles L. Gholz
01/03/2014

The Editors, Administrative Staff and Board of Governors are pleased to announce the newest issue of the Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society.
  • The § 112, ¶ 6 Pitfalls for Computer Software System Claims Under the February 2011 Examination Guidelines Sean J. Holder
  • Towards a More Uniform Procedure for Patent Invalidation Arjun Rangarajan
  • Unique Copyrights Andrew Tutt
  • Software Patent Eligibility: A Call for Recognizing and Claiming Concrete Computer Programs Seong-hee (Emily) Lee
  • In re Yasuhito Tanaka - An Improper Expansion of Reissue Law and Practice Stephen Marcus
  • Inefficiencies in Overcompensating Design Patent Damages under 35 U.S.C. §289 in Complex Technologies Dennis M. White
  • Annual Index
11/22/2013

The Editors, Administrative Staff and Board of Governors are pleased to announce the newest issue of the Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society.
  • Federal Circuit Appeals From The PTAB: A New Game Or Just The Same Old Practice? David L. McCombs, Debra J. McComas, Andrew S. Ehmke and Stephanie N. Sivinski
  • Enjoy Your TRIPS: The Problems with TRIPS Retaliation under Article 22.3 of the DSU Clinton Long
  • Intellectual Property’s Upcoming Quantum Leap: Projecting the Future Challenges Facing Quantum Information Technology through a Historical Perspective of the Computer Revolution Cason Schmit
  • The Revolutionary Influence of Low Enlightenment: Weakening Copyright in Developing Countries to Improve Respect for Human Rights and the Rule of Law Martin Skladany
  • The Ugly Stepchild of Patent Prosecution Gets Uglier: Information Disclosure Statements and Their Use of Copyright Licenses Derek Constantine
08/12/2013

The Editors, Administrative Staff and Board of Governors are pleased to announce the newest issue of the Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society. 

A Critical Analysis of a Legislative Black Swan in an Age of Preconceived Notions and Special-Interest Lobbying — Charles E. Miller and Daniel P. Archibald
The Big Lawsuits Keep on Coming: An Analysis of Extortive Pornographic “Trolling Lawsuits” and Preventive Approaches — Amy Rosen
ICANN’T Help Myself: Beneficial Adjustments to the New Generic Top-Level Domain Name Expansion Process — Brandon Marsh
Lessons from the Federal Circuit: Avoiding Unpatentability for Life Science Inventions — Brandon Zuniga
05/21/2013

  • Kappos v. Hyatt and the Endangered Right of de novo Judicial Review of Administrative-Agency Decisions in the Wake of the America Invents Act — Charles E. Miller
  • A Critique Of Recent Opinions In Patent Interferences — Charles L. Gholz
  • Deficiencies in the Decision and USPTO Application of Mayo Collaborative Services, dba Mayo Medical Laboratories, et al. v. Prometheus Laboratories, Inc. — Mark A. Litman
  • Who’s In Charge: An Analysis of BPAI Decisions Regarding Section 101 Patentability In light of Bilski and Mayo — J. Taylor Gooch
  • Exploring the Patent Surge: Increased Incentives or Multiplying Motives? — Keith Bentele and Alexander Ibsen
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