Partner Cameron Pick Shares Crypto-IP Insight for Patent Counsel in Strafford WebinarJune 14, 2022
Crypto-related innovations remain on the rise. For inventors and business leaders in this increasingly crowded space, securing valuable intellectual property protection is critical – but also comes with challenges.
Partner Cameron Pick recently joined other leading crypto-IP law leaders to help guide patent counsel on prosecuting cryptocurrency patents. The webinar, produced for Strafford and titled “Patent Drafting for Cryptocurrency Innovations: Overcoming Eligibility Challenges, Minimizing the Risks of Rejection,” provided compelling insight into strategies for overcoming subject matter eligibility hurdles and meeting the novelty, non-obviousness, and written description/enablement requirements of Sections 102, 103, and 112.
Available on demand for CLE credit from Strafford, Cameron, along with attorneys Nelson M. Rosario, founder of Rosario Tech Law, and Michael V. Young, Sr., partner at Finnegan, provided in-depth knowledge and actionable takeaways related to:
- Cryptocurrency-related patents;
- Prosecution strategies;
- Minimizing the risk of rejection;
- Litigation trends and the implications for patent prosecution; and,
- Best practices for patent drafting crypto-related patents.