Insightful Patent Law Blog Posts
Supreme Court: Patent Infringement Lawsuits Only In State Of Incorporation Or Regular Place Of Business
The Supreme Court issued a unanimous decision (it does happen) today in TC Heartland LLC v Kraft Food Group…Read More
Patent Infringement: The Letter You Send Could Get You Sued
“They are infringing but I don’t want to sue them: Let’s just send them a letter.” That’s a common thought…Read More
Patents vs. Trade Secret: Which is Right for You?
An Article in Schott, P.C.’s IP Law For Start-ups SeriesBy Stephen B. SchottPatents prevent others from using your idea in…Read More
2 Minute IP: How Can I Get My Patent Faster?
If you have questions, contact me.If you want IdeaEsq delivered to your inbox, sign up for the daily or…Read More
What Is A Provisional Application’s Prior Art Date?
By Stephen B. SchottProvisional applications have a filing date and a publication date. How do you decide which date…Read More
How To Tell Someone To Stop Infringing Without Getting Sued
An Article in Schott, PC’s IP Law for Startups Series Dear Dr. Jones,It has recently come to my attention…Read More
Can I Get An International Patent? PCT Application Basics
An Article in Schott, PC’s IP Law for Startups Series “Can I file for an international patent?” This…Read More
IP Law For Startups: A Primer Presentation
I gave this short presentation at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School this past week. The idea was…Read More
Patent Law For The Lay Person: What Do The Words In A Patent Claim Mean?
An Article in Schott, P.C.’s IP Law For Start-ups Series Almost weekly, I have a conversation with someone who…Read More
Show ‘Em What You Got: Patents and the Duty of Disclosure
Have you ever found out about something that you wish you could forget? The forgetting presents a particular…Read More