"Innovation Diversity and Impact-Based IP Strategy," Intellectual Asset Management

October 28, 2016

In an article published by Intellectual Asset Management on September 30, 2016, Jeffrey R. Kuester was mentioned for the insights he provided at a recent Georgia State University IP Think Tank breakfast. Mr. Kuester talked passionately about the evolution of what is and what might not be patentable under U.S. patent law from the perspective of circuit and Supreme Court rulings. In particular, he provided an informative primer on some of the key patent cases heard before the U.S. Supreme Court, including Bilski v. Kappos, Myraid v. Molecular Biology and Alice v. CLS Bank. These cases have all significantly affected the patentability of inventions relating to methods, including business methods. For the full article, please visit the Intellectual Asset Management website.

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