Key Takeaways: Software Patent Prosecution Requires Data-Based Strategies Due to Patent Office Inconsistencies
Kilpatrick Townsend attorneys Kate Gaudry, Ph.D. and Thomas D. Franklin recently presented at the Practising Law Institute’s 11th Annual Patent Law Institute regarding “Software/EE: Are We There, Yet?”.
Key Takeaways from the presentation include:
Kilpatrick Townsend Partner Thomas D. Franklin focuses his practice on aggressive patent prosecution, strategic patent management and pre-litigation strategies with twenty years of patent experience. Kilpatrick Townsend Attorney Kate Gaudry, Ph.D. uses data-based approaches to identify portfolio- and application-level prosecution strategies for individual clients. Her goal is to provide clients with client-specific advice on how to intelligently and deliberately select drafting and prosecution strategies to achieve their patent goals. Dr. Gaudry’s technical background is in software, computer systems and quantitative biology.
Thomas D. Franklin