October 18, 2011
Fitch Even partner Steven G. Parmelee was quoted in a recent Chicago Daily Law Bulletin article titled "Lawyers Discuss Apple Co-Founder's Impact on IP Law." In this article, Mr. Parmelee provides background on how tightly Apple protected their intellectual property in the early years of personal computers and the ramifications of their doing so.With over three decades of experience in all facets of intellectual property practice, Mr. Parmelee is frequently called upon to share his knowledge and insights regarding patent portfolio management, white-space inventing, and complex patent prosecution including post-issuance proceedings as well as patent-eligibility standards.
IP Alert | Federal Circuit Affirms Athena's Diagnostic Method Claims to be Patent Ineligible Under Section 101February 19, 2019
On February 6, in Athena Diagnostics v. Mayo Collaborative Services, the Federal Circuit held that patent claims drawn to a method for diagnosing neurological disorders were invalid and offered guidance on how it will analyze such claims in future decisions. Read more
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