Eli Mazour Launches Clause 8 – An Online Video Interview Series Starting With Paul Michel

April 26, 2017 – Eli Mazour launched a new online video series, Clause 8, that will feature video interviews with prominent members of the IP community. IPWatchdog.com published an article highlighting the details of the first interview. 

His first interview is with former Chief Federal Circuit Judge Michel. During the interview, Judge Michel talks about his personal story and shares his thoughts about America’s patent system, patent eligibility, and the PTAB. He also provides great advice to those in, or thinking about being in, the IP field.

Please check it out and sign up to be notified about future interviews! www.clause8.tv

 

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Eli Mazour Hosts Webinar on Patent Eligibility

On April 19, Eli Mazour presented during a webinar titled “Patent Eligibility: Navigating the Supreme Court’s 2016 Decisions and Its Impacts,” hosted by The Knowledge Group.  Eli’s presentation focused on practical patent preparation and prosecution strategies for dealing with trends related to patent eligibility and the The Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) for business, software, and high-tech related inventions.
Eli is an active member of the IP community, frequently publishing articles and participating in panels discussing preparation and prosecution.
For over 10 years, The Knowledge Group has produced thousands of best in class educational webcasts for a variety of industries and professions including legal, tax, accounting, finance, human resources, risk/compliance, and many others.

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Is It Really That Obvious? A Tale of Two Decisions

By William Gvoth & Paul Gurzo

April 9, 2017- On January 3, 2017 the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (the court) handed down two decisions relating to obviousness under § 103 – In re: Marcel Van Os, Freddy Allen Anzures, Scott Forstall, Greg Christie, Imran Chaudhri, No. 2015-1975 (Fed. Cir. 2017) (Van Os) and In re: Ethicon, Inc., No. 2015-1696 (Fed. Cir. 2017) (Ethicon).  This article will tell the tale of these two decisions as well as highlight some of the questions that these decisions raise.

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