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November 29, 2018

Five Takeaways On New Cannabis Laws In Massachusetts

Five Takeaways from seminar on changing cannabis laws in New England by Judge Mary Celeste.
November 18, 2018

Data Tug of War: USMCA Sets to Implement Uniform Data Protection for Biological Pharmaceutical Products

Legal Review: The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement compared with NAFTA as it relates to IP, with a special focus on how it could affect chemical and biological pharmaceutical products.
November 7, 2018

Do Blockchain Startups Need Patents To Acquire Investors? (VIDEO)

Are auditability and transparency exclusive to open-source software? Our expert panel discusses blockchain patents and the “Silcone Valley mindset" at our recent MIT Enterprise Forum event.
November 5, 2018

Federal Circuit Upholds PTAB Findings in Interference over CRISPR Gene Editing Patent Applications

Court Case Review: University of California v. Broad Institute, Inc. #2017-1907 by Patent Attorney Katie Rubino. Case involves CRISPR-Cas9 patents held by Harvard and MIT.
October 31, 2018

Differences Betweeen Medtech and Blockchain IP Strategies (VIDEO)

According to IP experts, outside of technical limitations of blockchain technology, the greatest challenge to becoming mainstream is a lack of trust (no pun intended) that prevents many companies from adopting blockchain into their structure.
October 31, 2018

At 106 years old, Fenway Park helps lead MLB sustainability efforts

Despite being the 2nd-oldest MLB baseball park, Fenway leads the way in energy efficiency. Story by our energy and battery technology expert, Maggie Teliska-Parke.
October 26, 2018

Open Source And Patents Working Together (VIDEO)

Tom Serres is a massively successful startup entrepreneur, and our client. He dispels the myth that open-source and proprietary software are at odds with each other, he sees them as two sides of the same coin.
October 16, 2018

Advantages and Disadvantages of Utilizing Open Source Vs Patents (VIDEO)

Sam Abassi owns a firm specializing in research, development, and implementation of software support to meet specific needs, mostly utilizing open-source solutions. He offers his perspective on some of the dangers and challenges with finding the right software solutions.  
October 3, 2018

What Are Open Source Licenses? (VIDEO)

The MIT-License is the most commonly used free (open-source) software license, which allows for the code to be used and even altered freely, and also allows developers to build IP protected software on top of the underlying MIT-Licensed software.
September 18, 2018

Caldwell IP Welcomes Life Sciences Patent Attorney Katie Rubino To Boston Office

As a pharmacist, Katie Rubino brings a deep insight to her work as a patent attorney. She has immediately proven her acumen with her attention to detail and we welcome her to the team.