A posting by Dennis Crouch in his authoritative Patently-O blog shows some interesting statistics about how publication of U.S. patent applications before grant has increased the volume and speed of prior art.
Gerry & Lois Elman at the 2009 World Technology Awards in New York City On July 16th Lois and I got dressed up for the World Technology Awards. As a member of the World Technology Network, I've had the honor of participating in the nomination process for awards in the law category since [...]
I had the time of my life at the World Technology Summit and Awards in New York City on July 15th and 16th. I guess it had to be that way, because it all took place in the Time & Life Building on 6th Avenue ... er "Avenue of the Americas" at 51st Street.
We talk about RealSpace in homage to Paul Levinson's book RealSpace: The Fate of Physical Presence in the Digital Age, On and Off Planet. According to Paul, Realspace "is about the need for full, face-to-face interaction with people and the world around us in the age of the Internet. It is about life before and [...]
From a posting on Dale B. Halling's blog State of Innovation at http://hallingblog.com/thomas-jefferson-on-patents/ Thomas Jefferson on Patents “The fact is that one new idea leads to another, that to a third, and so on through a course of time until someone, with whom no one of these ideas was original, combines all together, and produces [...]
After reading Mike Masnick’s story in TechDirt complaining about the bad effect on the economy of Toyota patents on hybrids, I posted some Comments responding to it on their site. Here is what I’ve said so far: 57. In a dynamic economic system, patents are a good thing by TechLaw_Elman (profile) - Jul 9th, 2009 [...]
Richard Whitfield and James Didio interview patent attorney Gerry Elman on Money Matters TV. The interview runs from time 9:17 to 28:52. You can scroll past the first 9 minutes of other material to Gerry's interview on patents and related intellectual property issues. This was Gerry's second interview on that show. You can also watch [...]
Gene Dolgoff shows High Definition 3-D lenticular images, some of which also move and describes some of his other inventions and research.
Click to read Gerry Elman's editorial in Biotechnology Law Report on Automated Patent Examination Support—A Proposal Biotechnology Law Report. October 2007, 26(5): 435
Originally posted at iBLS.com IBLS Charter Partner: Gerry Elman, Elman Technology Law, P.C., www.elman.com Wednesday, September 05, 2007 The recent US Supreme Court case, KSR International v. Teleflex, answered the following question: "If a new product combines, albeit in a novel way, two or more pre-existing products, is it worth a patent?" To answer this [...]
Gerry Elman was interviewed on Money Matters TV on May 29, 2006, by Bill Montgomery and Bill Schultz. They asked Gerry about technology law, copyright, content on the Internet, and Google Books. Gerry's interview starts at time 5:32 in the session and ends at 28:32. You can scroll past the first five and a half [...]