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Software Patents: Interpreting 35 USC 101 – Hosted by UConn TCS

November 15 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

This presentation will focus on eligibility issues in the software arena. The presentation will cover the PTO’s process for analyzing patent claims for patent eligibility and will include recent case law examples. The presentation will also review proposed legislation in this area.

SpeakerCharley Brown

Charley Brown leads the Engineering & Software Patent Team in Ballard Spahr‘s Patent Group and is a member of the IP Litigation Team. Charley is a registered patent attorney with substantial experience in patent prosecution and litigation. His practice encompasses patent, copyright, trademark, and trade secret litigation; patent prosecution; client counseling; and opinion work. He provides ongoing support for his clients’ IP portfolio development, including prosecution, maintenance, analysis, diligence, and enforcement. His representative technologies include artificial intelligence, financial services technologies, bioinformatics, business intelligence platforms, computer science, cable and internet technologies, data analytics tools, human antibody technologies, and telecommunications.

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Date:
November 15
Time:
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Website:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/software-patents-interpreting-35-usc-101-tickets-427909307257

This presentation will focus on eligibility issues in the software arena. The presentation will cover the PTO’s process for analyzing patent claims for patent eligibility and will include recent case law examples. The presentation will also review proposed legislation in this area.

SpeakerCharley Brown

Charley Brown leads the Engineering & Software Patent Team in Ballard Spahr‘s Patent Group and is a member of the IP Litigation Team. Charley is a registered patent attorney with substantial experience in patent prosecution and litigation. His practice encompasses patent, copyright, trademark, and trade secret litigation; patent prosecution; client counseling; and opinion work. He provides ongoing support for his clients’ IP portfolio development, including prosecution, maintenance, analysis, diligence, and enforcement. His representative technologies include artificial intelligence, financial services technologies, bioinformatics, business intelligence platforms, computer science, cable and internet technologies, data analytics tools, human antibody technologies, and telecommunications.