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Ludwig APC Is Open For Business 1

Ludwig APC Is Open For Business

Greetings from COVID-19 lockdown!  Despite the disruption and uncertainty happening around us, Ludwig, APC is open and executing its contingency plans to remain fully operational.  Life and business do not stop during this time, and neither do we.  You may take advantage of consultations and appointments by phone or video conference.  Our litigation clients interested …

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LUDWIG APC on COVID-19 2

LUDWIG APC on COVID-19

As of today, March 13, 2020, it’s hard to imagine there is not a person anywhere who has not been effected by the COVID-19 pandemic.  Our Hong Kong-based clients at Ludwig, APC have been dealing with the outbreak for several months and already endured extensive, government-mandated shutdowns and quarantines.  Here in the United States, it’s now …

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With Innovation Becoming Increasingly Collaborative and Transnational, What Does this Mean for Patents? 3

With Innovation Becoming Increasingly Collaborative and Transnational, What Does this Mean for Patents?

The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), a specialized agency of the United Nations that provides a global forum for intellectual property policy, services, information, and cooperation, recently released a report which concluded “that innovative activity has grown increasingly collaborative and transnational” in recent years. Given the globalization of trade, business, entertainment, and virtually every other …

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The State of “Alice” 2020: Is Congressional Reform on the Horizon? 4

The State of “Alice” 2020: Is Congressional Reform on the Horizon?

In 2014, the U.S. Supreme Court’s 9-0 decision in Alice v. CLS Bank put an end to, or at least hampered, the prevalence of potentially “bad patents” being granted that covered abstract ideas, especially in the area of software.   At the heart of the landmark 2014 case was Alice Corporation’s claims that its patent …

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When is Big Tech Too Big? (and Why Patent Holders Should Care) 5

When is Big Tech Too Big? (and Why Patent Holders Should Care)

Let’s put it right out there. Once big tech companies are firmly entrenched, once they are so large that money is no longer an issue (for all practical purposes), they benefit greatly from a weak patent system.   At first glance, that assertion might seem nonsensical. After all, in a weak patent system, wouldn’t a …

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Digital Replicas Are Coming: Will You and Your Intellectual Property Rights Be Ready? 6

Digital Replicas Are Coming: Will You and Your Intellectual Property Rights Be Ready?

Whether you’re a Star Wars fan or not, you probably know that the latest (and purportedly the last) installment in the core movie series will soon be in theaters. It’s called, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. While I’m sure the movie has its share of technical and special effects wizardry to herald, one of …

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Cease & Desist

You’ve Received a Cease and Desist Letter: Now What?

When foreign and overseas companies and individual’s doing business in the United States fail to do due diligence on their intellectual property assets before introducing them into U.S. markets, they run the risk of legal action from U.S.-based companies who believe their intellectual property rights have been infringed. Often, the first inkling of such legal …

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“Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.”

In the next ten years, the hardware, software, and content associated with virtual reality might very well qualify as “magic,’ under Arthur C. Clarke’s definition. Conservative estimates from Goldman Sachs suggest VR will be an $80 billion business by 2025, while a more aggressive forecast from IDC Worldwide puts the number at $162 billion by …

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