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May 2011

May 2011

“Therasense: Inequitable Conduct Update”
Tom Scherer presented an update on inequitable conduct law in Japan.

“Status of U.S. Patent Reform 2011”
Tom Scherer spoke on the current status of U.S. Patent Reform Reform in Japan.

“Practical Applications of Intellectual Property in the Wind Industry”
Robert Lord and Tim Smith gave a poster presentation at Windpower 2011 in Anaheim, California.

“An Introduction to Intellectual Property and Patent Law”
Lisa Margonis spoke to engineers at ASME’s South Texas Section in Houston, Texas.

“No Mirage: How to Attain an Emerging or High Tech Patent in Less Than One Year”
Robert Lord and Tim Smith hosted a seminar at Osha Liang’s office in Silicon Valley, California.


Nov 2009

November 2009

“Introduction to Intellectual Property”
Lisa Margonis and Seema Mehta spoke to the Houston chapter of the Society of Women Engineers on November 18, 2009.

“Patent Law: A Primer for Engineers and Scientists”
Leela Madan spoke to the American Institute of Chemical Engineers students at Rice University in Houston, Texas, on November 3, 2009.

“IP Seminar: US Patent Law”
Seema Mehta presented on US Patent Law to future MBA graduates at HEC International Business School in Paris, France, on November 4, 2009.


Jun 2017

Claim Construction at the Patent Office: What is Reasonable?

By: Lisa Margonis During examination of patent applications, the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) applies the “broadest reasonable interpretation” (“BRI”) standard to determine the meaning of claim terms.  See Phillips v. AWH Corp., 415 F.3d 1303, 1316 (Fed. Cir. 2005).  This same standard is applied to patents reviewed by the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (“PTAB”) during post-grant review.  37 C.F.R. §42.100(b).  More specifically,…

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Feb 2016

Osha Liang Helps Standard Innovation Achieve Global IP Settlement

HOUSTON, Feb. 4, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — The epic legal battle between Canada-based Standard Innovation Corp., pioneer of the innovative We-Vibe® brand of sexual wellness products, and the LELO group of companies, officially has ended, the intellectual property law firm Osha Liang LLP said today. In what became the equivalent of the Apple v. Samsung battle of the sexual wellness industry, these long-time rivals reached a global…

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