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    We recently transferred our business to Mary Malvaso of Perry + Currier; the move was seamless. We value their expertise and commitment to our business.

    Jill Moore
    Marketing Manager Media, Sponsorships and Trade
  • PCK has been one of the best kept secrets of the Canadian IP bar. They are absolutely first class, and have done a tremendous job helping Holiday and its related companies with their patent and trademark litigation and prosecution.

    Catherine Lechter
    Vice President, Legal
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    We've used Perry and Currier for the past 9 years to assist us with growing and maintaining our patent portfolio worldwide They are practical and business minded and have a keen understanding of how the business and legal issues work together in the patent landscape.

    Rebecca Brackley
    Director Commercial Services
  • testimonial-street

    Bob, Ryan and the PCK team are the best around - always available, always on point, and always valuable - I would recommend them without a moment's hesitation.

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    It was a pleasure working with PCK. They understand the startup community and its challenges, and provided us with friendly, expedient, and high quality service with a personal touch. We would strongly recommend their services in the future.

    Hany Fahim
    CEO
  • testimonial-redknee

    In our start up days, Andrew helped us prosecute and issue our first patent applications. Today, Redknee is a highly successful global enterprise, and Andrew and PCK now provide us with patent services, worldwide strategic advice and portfolio management in all aspects of intellectual property law.

    Robert Brain
    Vice President and General Counsel Redknee Solutions Inc.
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    As we transition to a global entity with one brand, one voice, PCK will continue providing us with top notch IP protection. Stephen and the Perry + Currier team are second to none.

    Michelle Whittington
    IP Counsel
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    The personal care and genuine interest in creating the most buoyant and successful IP portfolio is evident every time we interact with our lead counsel Dolly Kao.

    Randy Pilon
    President, CEO
  • testimonial-ranovus

    We were looking for a strong Corporate Counsel and Intellectual Property partner who could understand our business and support our expansion in the US and Europe when I came across Peter Bormann and David Johnson from PCKIP. We consistently get world class engagement from both and see them as an integral part of our growing business.

    Hamid Arabzadeh
    Chairman and CEO
  • Eigen_logo_white

    The Industrial Internet of Things has the potential to add $3 trillion of value to the global economy. As a leading innovator in IIoT and industrial vision systems, Eigen Innovations requires an IP firm which provides timely and practical advice that is also strategic in helping us refine the direction of our technology. We have found PCK great to work with as a start-up in an industry segment that is complex and growing rapidly.

    Richard Jones
    CEO
  • itsme_logo We’re working on the cutting edge of virtual reality and we need to collaborate with other innovators. David Johnson at PCK ensures our IP needs are met quickly; he takes the time to understand our technology so that we can develop our patent strategy in alignment with our business goals. Such strategic advice is unfortunately rare and goes well beyond high-quality patent drafting.
    Pete Forde
    CEO
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May 20, 2016

Software Patent Lines are Drawn: USPTO Comments on Enfish and TLI Communications Decisions

In the Enfish case, the Federal Circuit confirmed the patentability of a “self-referential” database invention as not being directed to an abstract idea under 35 U.S.C. § 101. In the TLI Communications, the Federal Circuit found a proposed invention of classifying and storing digital images using a telephone unit to be abstract.
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Law Remains Unsettled Regarding Appropriate Date for Assessing Obviousness-type Double Patenting

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April 22, 2016

Federal Court Finds “Rigidification” Patent to be Sufficient but Obvious

2015 FC 997 - The FC found that the invention was merely to add a polymer to the slurry, which was known in the prior art, and to continue to do so until the slurry rigidified. The Court found this solution to be obvious to try, and sufficiently disclosed, even though the meaning of “rigidify” was never made clear.

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