Since the Supreme Court’s ruling on Alice Corporation Pty. Ltd v. CLS Bank International, the criteria for patent eligibility have always been complex. The two-step test for interpreting the limitations for the unpatentability of natural phenomena and abstract ideas is now causing confusion and issues specifically on the eligibility for patent of digital innovations such as software and artificial intelligence. This instigated a number of patent owners to file petitions for writs of certiorari to seek clarity from the Supreme Court.
This, as well as the emerging court decisions, further expand the intellectual property landscape, introducing new compliance challenges that practitioners must be aware of. Thus, to avoid legal pitfalls, they must keep themselves in the loop of any development in the regulatory paradigm.
Listen as distinguished experts organized by The Knowledge Group provide the audience with a comprehensive discussion of the recent trends and developments surrounding intellectual property. Speakers, among other things, will also offer practical tips and strategies to successfully navigate through the shifting intellectual property landscape.
Key topics include:
- A Deep Dive into the Alice Ruling and Its Implications to Patent Eligibility
- Intellectual Property Regulations: Notable Trends and Developments
- Emerging Court Rulings
- Practical Tips and Strategies for Patent Applications and IP Protection
- What Lies Ahead