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Explore Wolf Greenfield's Public Market!

We invite you to join us on November 2 from 5:00-8:00pm at Wolf Greenfield's Public Market. Celebrate the season by tasting the delicious products of some of our favorite local food vendors, paired with the perfect wine or local beer, and unwind with colleagues while enjoying views of downtown Boston.


Shifting Seas in Aqua Products as the Federal Circuit Eases the Burden of Amendment in IPR
Stuart Duncan Smith weighs in on the Federal Circuit's recent en banc decision in Aqua Products, Inc. v. Matal and how it will affect the procedure and overall strategy of IPRs.
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Finding Eligible Subject Matter For Business Methods
How difficult is it to obtain a patent in art units that relate to business method units? In this article, published by Law360, Matt Grady and Ed Russavage unpack this question and explain some of the prosecution strategies that they have successfully employed before the USPTO, even within these challenging business method units.
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The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same After Akamai v. Limelight V
In 2015, the Federal Circuit issued what has proven to be the final word on the test for divided infringement in Akamai V. Hunter Keeton and summer associate Kevin Mosier, in an article published by Bloomberg Law, explain how the district courts and Federal Circuit have since applied the new standard.
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Wolf Greenfield Attorneys Speak at AUTM Eastern Region Meeting

On October 2, attorneys from Wolf Greenfield presented at AUTM's 2017 Eastern Region Meeting in Boston. Rich Giunta and Jerry Hrycyszyn discussed "Sovereign Immunity and IPRs: What State Universities Need to Know." Chelsea Loughran and Nathan Speed presented "Litigation 101 for University Technology Transfer and Intellectual Property Managers." The slides from the presentations are now available.

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