Publications & Lectures

Artificial Intelligence and the Patent Law – Promises and Perils

“Artificial Intelligence and the Patent Law – Promises and Perils,” The Knowledge Group/The Knowledge Congress Live Webcast Series, 2018

Federal Circuit Finds 'Improving Conventional Techniques and Generated New and Useful Data’ Satisfies Patent Eligibility Tests

Patent Eligibility

“Patent Eligibility,” Global IP ConfEx, San Francisco, CA, Spring 2018

Patent Eligibility of Inventions Directed to Graphical User Interfaces

“Patent Eligibility of Inventions Directed to Graphical User Interfaces,” Global IP ConfEx, San Francisco, CA, Fall 2018

Comparison of Patent Prosecution Processes in the US and Europe

“Comparison of Patent Prosecution Processes in the US and Europe,” AIPLA Live Webinar Series, 2020

2nd Annual Digital Media and Technology IP Forum

Presentation at 2nd Annual Digital Media and Technology IP Forum, San Jose, CA, 2017

The State of § 101 Patent Eligibility for Ex Parte Applicants in the United States

“The State of § 101 Patent Eligibility for Ex Parte Applicants in the United States,” Proceedings of 18th Advanced Patent Law Institute Mountain View, California, December 14, 2017

Do Accused Infringers Need an Opinion of Counsel to Avoid Increased Infringement Damages After Halo v. Pulse?

Five Best: Silicon Valley

[Book Reviews] “Five Best: Silicon Valley,” unpublished, 2015

Supreme Court holds computerization of abstract ideas not patent-eligible

"Supreme Court holds computerization of abstract ideas not patent-eligible,” Lexology, 2014