- Charles Bieneman Presents on 35 U.S.C. § 101 at AIPLACharlie Bieneman will present on 35 U.S.C. § 101 at the American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA) Virtual Annual Meeting Pre-Meeting, Partnering in Patents, on October 20, 2020. … Read More »Charles Bieneman Presents on 35 U.S.C. § 101 at AIPLA
- Bejin Bieneman presents an introduction to IP law at Oakland University Society of Women Engineers and The National Society of Black EngineersBejin Bieneman PLC will present an IP law informational event with Oakland University Society of Women Engineers and The National Society of Black Engineers. The event will provide… Read More »Bejin Bieneman presents an introduction to IP law at Oakland University Society of Women Engineers and The National Society of Black Engineers
- Bejin Bieneman PLC Participates in Street Law Diversity Pipeline ProgramSouthfield, MI – Eighteen students from Southfield High School for Arts and Technology had the opportunity to participate in a workshop featuring interactive learning about what lawyers do,… Read More »Bejin Bieneman PLC Participates in Street Law Diversity Pipeline Program
Recent Developments in Copyright Law: Google v. Oracle and Fair Use
May 13, 2021 12p.m.
Peter Keros discusses recent developments in copyright law, including the Supreme Court’s long-anticipated decision in Google v. Oracle. The discussion will cover the analysis of the four-factor fair use test performed by the court and the potential changes to copyright law that could arise from this decision.
- Patent claims directed to backing up data to a client’s computers where the data has been outsourced for processing via the Internet failed the patent-eligibility test under the Alice/Mayo test and 35 U.S.C. § 101. WhitServe LLC v. DropBox, […]
- In Raytheon Tech. Corp. v. General Electric Co., the Federal Circuit recently overturned the USPTO Patent Trial and Appeal Board’s ruling that Raytheon’s claims to a gas turbine engine (in USPN 9,695,751) were unpatentable as obvious. The Board’s ruling […]
- SCOTUS Reverses Copyright Infringement Against Google, Copying API was Fair Use: Google LLC v. Oracle America, Inc.In a long anticipated decision, the Supreme Court of the United States has held that Google’s copying of code of an Application Programming Interface (API) developed by Oracle is a fair use of that code. The Court held, […]