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President Biden Highlights Small Business in World IP Day Proclamation

We are 100 days into President Joe Biden’s term, and he has given little indication as to the kinds of IP policies his administration plans to pursue. However, his Proclamation on World Intellectual Property Day has a few hints.

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Key Takeaways from the 2020 USPTO Performance and Accountability Report

Each year, the USPTO releases a Performance and Accountability Report that analyzes the agency’s performance and evaluates how well it met the goals of its five-year Strategic Plan. Here are the key takeaways from the 2020 report.

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Technology Center Deep Dive: A Look at TC 2600

Technology Center 2600 handles communications-related technologies. This includes telephonic communications, speech processing, digital and optical communications, and computer graphic processing.

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Technology Center Deep Dive: A Look at TC 2100

Technology Center 2100 handles computer architecture and software, with art unit groups focused on computer reliability and control systems, memory access, computer architecture, databases and file management, software development, artificial intelligence (AI), and graphical user interfaces.

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Andrei Iancu’s Tenure at the USPTO

On January 19, United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) Director Andrei Iancu announced his resignation from the agency. In his time as director, he focused on bureaucratic efficiency and clarifying patent eligibility guidelines.

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Technology Center Deep Dive: A Look at TC 1700

Technology Center 1700 handles chemical and materials engineering, including batteries and fuel cells, metallurgy, adhesives, biochemistry, inorganic chemistry, glass and paper making, and food.

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Joe Biden and Intellectual Property

As of Wednesday, January 20, we have a new president, one who has never been known as a primary voice in IP policy. We gathered up a few assessments of Joe Biden and his approach to intellectual property to see where he stands on the issues.

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Top Patent News of 2020

With 2020, seemingly the longest of years, finally behind us, let’s look back at a few of the most important patent-related developments of last year to best prepare for 2021.

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Juristat's Top Blog Posts of 2020

2020 is not exactly what we expected, was it? Business has felt anything but usual. Now, at the end of the year, we have time to reflect, consider new best practices and areas of improvement, and keep our fingers crossed that 2021 will be at least a tiny bit less surprising.

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Technology Center Deep Dive: A Look at TC 3700

Technology Center 3700 is somewhat of a “catch-all” technology center, handling technologies as diverse as medical instruments, shoes and apparel, machine and hand tools, thermal and combustion technology, and refrigeration.

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