Patent Protection for Metaverse Innovations: Subject Matter Eligibility, Novelty, and Non-Obviousness Requirements
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will guide patent counsel on patent protection in the metaverse. The panel will discuss the challenges of getting patents, subject matter eligibility, and the novelty and non-obviousness requirements. The panel will also discuss using design patents to protect innovations in the metaverse. The panel will offer best practices for protecting innovation in the metaverse.
- Patenting innovation in the metaverse
- Subject matter eligibility
- Use of design patents
- Strategies for protecting innovation in the metaverse
The panel will review these and other vital issues:
- How should counsel use patent laws to protect innovation in the metaverse?
- What are the hurdles to protecting innovations in the metaverse?
- What best practices should counsel employ to protect innovations and enforce patents in the metaverse?
Christine M. Morgan
Ms. Morgan is an intellectual property and complex commercial trial lawyer with repeated successes for companies... | Read More
Ms. Morgan is an intellectual property and complex commercial trial lawyer with repeated successes for companies accused of infringing computer hardware and software patents. She has achieved cost-effective wins for clients in several industries including video game publishing, Fintech, ride sharing, consumer hardware and electronics, Wi-Fi semiconductors, mobile printers, healthcare software and hardware, wireless security cameras, Bluetooth-enabled tracking devices, cloud content management, and electronic loyalty programs. Where cases cannot be resolved short of trial, Ms. Morgan tries them. Over the past seven years, she has tried seven patent cases in the Eastern District of Texas, the Northern District of California, the Eastern District of Virginia, the International Trade Commission, and the Patent Trial and Appeal Board, two as first chair.Close
Mr. Wolfe concentrates his practice on intellectual property, including domestic and foreign patent prosecution and... | Read More
Mr. Wolfe concentrates his practice on intellectual property, including domestic and foreign patent prosecution and preparation, patent validity and infringement analysis, and due diligence. His work includes preparing and prosecuting patent applications in a wide variety of technology areas, among them computer software and hardware, artificial intelligence, financial technologies (business methods/blockchain), virtualization technology, electrical products and integrated circuits, semiconductor manufacturing equipment and processes, and mechanical fields. Mr. Wolfe also assists with due diligence and opinion work relating to patentability, infringement, validity, and freedom to operate.Close