Patent Drafting for Cryptocurrency Innovations: Overcoming Eligibility Challenges, Minimizing the Risks of Rejection
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will guide patent counsel on prosecuting cryptocurrency-related patents. The panel will discuss steps to reduce the likelihood of rejection and strategies for effectively drafting patent applications. The panel will also look at litigation trends and how they inform patent prosecution enforcement.
- Cryptocurrency-related patents
- Prosecution strategies
- Minimizing the risk of rejections
- Litigation trends and the implications for patent prosecution
- Best practices for patent drafting crypto-related patents
The panel will review these and other high profile issues:
- What are the hurdles to patenting cryptocurrency inventions?
- What steps can patent counsel take to minimize the risk of rejection?
- What are the best practices for patent drafting to position a cryptocurrency-related patent application for allowance by the patent office?
Cameron B. Pick
Marshall Gerstein & Borun
Mr. Pick prosecutes domestic and foreign patents for emerging technologies across a range of industries, with a... | Read More
Mr. Pick prosecutes domestic and foreign patents for emerging technologies across a range of industries, with a particular focus on electrical and software engineering. He also prepares patentability, infringement, and freedom-to-operate opinions; responds to USPTO office actions; provides day-to-day IP counseling; and develops sophisticated, forward-thinking patent strategies for a diverse clientele, ranging from startups to Fortune 100 companies. Mr. Pick’s appeal briefs have delivered a number of client victories before the PTAB. Additionally, he has provided technical guidance to his Marshall Gerstein colleagues in support of various litigation matters.Close
Nelson M. Rosario
Rosario Tech Law
Mr. Rosario’s practice is focused on working with clients in the #blockchain #crypto #web3 #NFT space, #AI driven... | Read More
Mr. Rosario’s practice is focused on working with clients in the #blockchain #crypto #web3 #NFT space, #AI driven companies, and the private #space sector. He works with clients in dealing with emerging technologies that are changing the way we think about privacy, property, and power. Mr. Rosario co-taught a law school class "Blockchain, Cryptocurrency, and the Law,” at Chicago-Kent College of Law, and has been a visiting professor at IE Law School based in Madrid, Spain. His commentary and analysis have been featured in the New York Times, TechCrunch, Coindesk, Law360 and other publications.Close
Michael V. Young Sr.
Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner
Mr. Young practices patent law with an emphasis on patent portfolio management, client counseling, U.S. district court... | Read More
Mr. Young practices patent law with an emphasis on patent portfolio management, client counseling, U.S. district court litigation, and post-grant proceedings. He also represents clients in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in cases stemming from court actions and post-grant proceedings. He has worked on inter partes review (IPR) and covered business method (CBM) post-grant review (PGR) proceedings. He develops offensive and defensive strategies for multiple, related proceedings; prepares and manages the preparation of written submissions; takes and defends technical expert depositions; and argues discovery and substantive issues.Close