Paul R. Juhasz Presents Bilski Paper at University Law School Conference
“I know it when I see it” paper provides update on Bilski
Paul R. Juhasz of The Juhasz Law Firm spoke at a Conference in Dayton, Ohio on June 8, 2012. This was the Twenty-Second Annual event of this kind sponsored by the University of Dayton School of Law. The theme of the conference was “Significant Developments in the Intellectual Property Law of Computers and Cyberspace with a Focus on Licensing, Patent, Policing, and Navigating Cutting Edge Technologies.”
Paul’s talk “I Know It When I See It” explored case law surrounding the Bilski decision and provided patent practitioners with the fundamentals for understanding what makes software inventions subject matter patentable.
Practitioners were also provided with two valuable tools for crafting software claims to lie within 101:
- a novel proposition for defining the function of a claim, which if abstract will require the computer recitation to be application specific, and
- a proposition introduced by Juhasz Law in November 2010 that has correctly predicted outcomes of software court decisions post-Bilski.
For a copy of this paper or more information about this presentation, go to The Juhasz Law Firm at www.patenthorizon.com
About The Juhasz Law Firm
The Juhasz Law Firm is a patent and intellectual property (IP) protection, counseling, licensing and litigation firm. Combining deep patent/IP experience, broad capabilities across a wide spectrum of industries and technologies, and extensive expertise in strategic counseling, The Juhasz Law Firm collaborates with clients to help them better see, understand and realize the potential strategic value from their patents and intellectual property. Paul R. Juhasz has written extensively on matters of software patents, including the Bilski software patent decision; matters of diagnostic method patents, including an amicus brief recently filed in the Prometheus case decided by the U.S. Supreme Court last March; and licensing matters including strategic monetization of intellectual property.