Founders Legal was invited to present to a division of patent examiners in Technology Center 3600 (View the Presentation Here). Here is a glimpse into patent examiner training and a look at what we learned.
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On April 5, 2021, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) decided GOOGLE LLC v. ORACLE AMERICA, INC. The decision has implications that touch almost every software company that develops or licenses software, as either a licensor or a licensee. Our overview and commentary on this case is divided into three parts. This is part three.
This week Microsoft had a patent application published regarding a gamified challenge to detect a non-human user. The system uses dynamic animated objects that the user must interact with in a specific manner.
Savvy companies form partnerships with complementary businesses to benefit from already established customer relationships and other partners’ sales teams.
While partnerships take on many forms, businesses can make great strides by utilizing certain fundamental relationships. This week we will focus on Referral Partnerships.
An exciting, new VR-related patent application has been filed by the semiconductor tech company Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD). The application, titled “Low Latency Wireless Virtual Reality Systems And Methods,” aims to optimize a more realistic visual experience through “high visual quality video display and low latency wireless VR systems and methods.”
This week in interesting patents:
Tesla continues refining its solar roof panels, AT&T analyses how and where you consume media, Spotify singles in on the vocals, Disney speeds up the storyboard process, Amazon eggs on the purchase process, and Apple amps up the digital assistant.
The system is set up to work between multiple cloud-based computerized environments as a third party processor to process software objects.
Today’s Ford patent application seeks to address autonomous anxiety. Here’s the full scoop.
Atlanta-based Founders Legal® Partner and Patent Attorney, Yuri L. Eliezer is among the top 2.5% in the region as Super Lawyers® Rising Stars attorney.
An SLA is a document accompanying a technology or vendor agreement that defines the service expectations for the offering. The SLA may contain provisions on product and service support, response times, uptime guarantees, and system availability during scheduled maintenance or upgrading (if applicable). Paired with these expectations are provisions detailing what happens in the event a service level is not met. For example, a customer may be entitled to service credits or other remedies if there is an outage lasting longer than what is permissible under the SLA.