Wednesday, September 30 at 1:00pm to 2:00pm
Presenter: Jeff Sheriff, Associate | PIllsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
The 2014 Supreme Court decision in Alice Corp. v. CLS Bank International has greatly impacted the litigation of software patents. Alice established a two-part test to determine if a software patent was unpatentable under U.S. Patent Law for claiming ineligible subject matter. Applying this two-part test, the Alice decision held that reciting the use of a conventional computer in the claims to implement a known idea does not make the claim patentable subject matter.
From Discovery to Commercialization: Valuable guidance to enhance the success of your startup
A new webinar series from the USC Stevens Center for Innovation and the USC Chapter of the National Academy of Inventors. Webinars will be offered throughout the academic year on a wide range of topics as well as "Meet the Investors" sessions with venture capitalists and "Hot Topics" discussions of timely issues. The series will feature guest speakers from a variety of fields.