You may have recently noticed some new names and blogs appearing more frequently on the site. We opened our doors to all legal blogs and bloggers, and the breadth of our content and coverage has been made all the better for it.

Recently, our Intellectual Property Law category grew rapidly with the addition of Finnegan’s six IP blogs: AIA Blog (news and information about U.S. patent practice under the America Invents Act (AIA)), European IP Blog (news and information about patents, trade marks, designs and other intellectual property practice in Europe), Federal Circuit IP Blog (news and information about essential decisions, key developments, evolving trends in Federal Circuit IP appeals, and more), INCONTESTABLE® Blog (news and information about essential decisions, key developments, evolving trends in trademark and copyright law, and more), IP FDA Blog (information about notable IP developments for FDA-regulated products and related FDA developments), and Prosecution First Blog (news and information about patent prosecution practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office).

Finnegan is one of the world’s largest IP law firms, with offices throughout Europe, Asia, and the United States. They have been consistently recognized as one of the top IP firms by USA Today, Law360, and The Legal 500 U.S.

Recent posts include an examination of Federal Circuit PTAB appeal statistics by David C. SeastrunkDaniel F. KlodowskiElliot C. Cook, and edited by Jason E. Stach; a look at the recent determination regarding unsupported expert opinion and prior art references by John E. Nappi and edited by Lillian M. Phares; and FDA draft guidance from Andrew Q. Leba, edited by Thomas L. Irving.

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