PCK Reporter

February 20, 2019
PCT

PCT Filing Deadlines in Canada Soon to be Much Shorter

Shorter Deadlines for PCT Filing in Canada Coming Soon
February 14, 2019
Stephen Perry

Stephen Perry of PCK named as Top Patent Agent by Who’s Who Legal Thought Leaders, Global Elite 2019

PCK IP's Stephen Perry is recognized as top patent agent by Who’s Who Legal Global Elite.
February 7, 2019
T. Andrew Currier

Who’s Who Legal Canada: 2018, Patent Practitioners

PCK IP’s Andrew Currier is recognized by Who’s Who Legal Canada.
February 4, 2019
Stephen Perry

Who’s Who Legal: Canada 2018

PCK IP's Stephen Perry is recognized by Who’s Who Legal Canada.
January 23, 2019
PCT

SCOTUS Finds That Secret and Mere Existence of Sales May Invalidate Patents

586 U.S. ___ (2019) SCOTUS affirms CAFC's decision holding that if the existence of the sale is public, the invention does not need to be publicly disclosed to fall within the AIA’s on-sale bar.
January 11, 2019
PCT

Practical Strategies for Canadian Trademark Applicants from Now until June 17, 2019 when Canada’s new Trademark Law Takes Effect

Strategies for Trademark Applicants from now until the new Trademark Law takes effect in June 2019
January 10, 2019
PCT

CAFC Reviews the Effect of the Removal of a Priority Claim in Patent Application Forming Part of a Chain

Fed. Cir. 2017-1962 – CAFC confirms that removing priority claim in a patent application part of a chain of applications will impact the later filed applications.
December 18, 2018
PCT

FCA Reviews Doctrines of Claim Construction and Sufficient Disclosure

2018 FCA 172 – FCA affirms FC’s analysis on sufficient disclosure but quashes claim construction analysis.
December 13, 2018
PCT

Changes We Can Expect with The New Patent Rules

Overview of the proposed amendments to the Patent Rules, published in the Canada Gazette on December 1, 2018.
December 11, 2018
PCT

CAFC Confirms That Surnames May Be Registered as Trademarks If They Acquired Distinctiveness

Fed. Cir. 2017-1468 – The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit confirms that surname may be registered as trademark as it acquired distinctiveness.