Patent Drafting for Machine Learning: Structural Claim Limitations, Avoiding 101 or 112 Rejections
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will guide patent practitioners in overcoming the challenges when seeking patent protection for machine learning inventions. The panel will also discuss what can be done to anticipate and minimize the risks of §101 or §112 rejections.
- Challenges in drafting patents for machine learning under §§101 and 112
- Anticipating and avoiding §101 or §112 rejections
- Addressing inventorship issues when patenting inventions directed to machine learning
The panel will review these and other relevant issues:
- What are the hurdles for patent counsel to demonstrate inventorship?
- How can patent counsel meet the requirements under §101 and §112 in machine learning patent applications?
- What steps should patent counsel take to minimize the likelihood of §101 or §112 rejections?
Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner
Mr. Rabin is a registered patent attorney whose practice includes patent procurement in a wide range of computer... | Read More
Mr. Rabin is a registered patent attorney whose practice includes patent procurement in a wide range of computer software technologies, including operating systems, cellular networks, video conferencing, mobile device, and internet-related software. He is admitted to practice law in Massachusetts and New York, and before the United States Patent & Trademark Office.Close
Michael D. Stein
Baker & Hostetler
Mr. Stein has 30 years of experience working with technology companies and nearly 25 years of experience advising... | Read More
Mr. Stein has 30 years of experience working with technology companies and nearly 25 years of experience advising clients in the field of intellectual property protection and enforcement. He has extensive experience counseling technology-oriented clients – primarily in the electronics, telecommunications and software industries – in complex matters. He focuses his practice on patent portfolio development and counseling, USPTO post-grant litigation proceedings, and client counseling in respect to industry standard-setting activities and open source software.Close