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Electronic Cigarettes

E-Cigarettes are handheld electronic heating devices, often resembling cigarettes, cigars or pipes which are powered by a battery and vaporizes a flavored liquid.

Near Field Communication

Near field communication (NFC) occurs when two compatible devices within a distance of four to five centimeters exchange data and share information

Smart Watch

A Smartwatch is a tiny computer worn as a wristwatch that performs beyond just the functionality of time-keeping. The primary functions of a Smartwatch include making calls, playing media files

Driverless Vehicles The Future of Locomotion

A driverless vehicle, also known as an autonomous car, self-driving car, or a robotic car, is able to sense its surroundings and drive

Patent Search Tips Tricks & Tools

A Patent search helps in identifying if an invention to which a patent application relates, is patentable or not. Patent searching is an art that requires both

Filing Procedure USPTO

In this eBook you’ll learn the procedures and players across all stages of the USPTO process. Once you understand the process, you’ll be better positioned to save time and money.

Infringement Analysis & Evidence of Use Chart

Intellectual property rights (IPR) are about creations of the mind. IPRs are granted to creators of IP for ideas which are new and original

Broadest Reasonable Interpretation

An office action is an objection or concern raised by an examiner in a patent examination procedure and is electronically conveyed to the applicant.

Patent term adjustment (PTA)

Patent term adjustment (PTA) is a law that extends the term of a patent due to the delays caused by the US patent office during the prosecution

KSR International Co. v. Teleflex Inc.

KSR International Co. v. Teleflex Inc. is a decision by the Supreme Court of the United States concerning the issue of obviousness as applied to patent claims.

Post grant review

The America Invents Act (AIA) introduced a counterpart to inter partes review which is Post grant review (PGR). It’s a way of challenging patents validity, issued in the recent past.