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The Dilemma for Entrepreneurs and Startups: To Patent or Not to Patent | The Curious Case of Patents

Article Source: http://techcorplegal.com/Blog_Technology_Law_Business_Research/2012/10/04/the-curious-case-of-patents-to-patent-or-not-to-patent-entrepreneurs-dilemma/ A patent is the grant of a right to an inventor by the patent office that gives the holder the legal right to exclude others from making, using, or selling the invention in that particular country. The patent law generally allows patents relating to any new and useful process, machine, manufacture, or … Continue reading

Latest Technology & Patent Trends: Regenerative Medicine

Article Source: http://techcorplegal.com/Blog_Technology_Law_Business_Research/2012/09/23/latest-technology-patent-trends-regenerative-medicine/ Regenerative medicine is an upcoming technology field that may be capable of repairing and replacing damaged cells, tissues, and organs by using those that are specially grown. This technology has evolved by the combined efforts of scientists belonging to a diverse range of expertise, including, biology, genetics, physiology, nanotechnology, and pharmacology. Generally, … Continue reading

Apple iPad, Smartphone Patents and Lawsuits

Patent infringement litigation in the mobile smartphone market continues growing at a rapid pace. In past few years, we have seen the entrance of new and exciting players in the smartphone arena, heating up competition in the marketplace.  This competition among smartphone manufacturers has spilled over into the courtroom.  Many of the major players have … Continue reading