By: Andrew J. Costa, Associate In this month’s post I provide an update on the “Thaler Saga” that’s been testing the legal bounds of AI inventorship in the United States (and the world) since our last post on the subject
By Andrew Costa, ND Galli Law As artificial intelligence (“AI”) and machine learning become ever more prevalent, new questions continue to emerge as intellectual property law tries to keep pace with these advancing technologies. AI and machine learning are programs
By Kevin Gilligan I am a third-year law student at Drexel University Kline School of Law as well as an intern for ND Galli Law. With an undergraduate degree in Biology, I had one focus coming into law school—to be
Nicole was recently interviewed for the Behind the Numbers TV show and podcast by Dave Bookbinder, the show’s host. Some of the topics covered: The importance of IP in today’s business climate. The process Nicole and her team at ND
IP assets are critical to every business. How can companies better manage these valuable assets?
Some of the key takeaways from the Bon Appetit: IP Issues in Food panel from the ABA IP Law Section Annual Meeting
This article is about the lack of gender diversity among patent attorneys and how increasing the number of women attorneys will better support initiatives to increase the number of women inventors.
All in the Family: Common Intellectual Property Issues in Family-Owned Businesses Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about family-owned businesses, perhaps because this summer I spent a lot of time with my family, including on our family vacation this month. One
Lost Marie Curies & Hidden Figures: Unpacking the Story Behind the Lack of Women Inventors Last month, we reported on the recent findings issued by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) about women inventors, which showed that women are named
Since March is Women’s History Month, it seemed fitting to review and discuss the recent report on the status of women patent inventors over the past forty years, which was released by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (“USPTO”). The USPTO’s research
In my practice, I have many opportunities to educate business people (as well as lawyers and business advisors) on intellectual property (IP). The myths and misconceptions about IP are seemingly limitless. Even the basic terminology and definitions are confusing for most. For example,