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When: Tuesday, July 24th, 2018
12PM - 1PM
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Wolf Greenfield
600 Atlantic Ave.
Boston, Massachusetts  02210
United States
Contact: Meenakshy Chakravorty


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Computer Law Committee Presentation

Examining the ever-changing contours of subject matter eligibility under § 101,
with an emphasis on software-related inventions

 

Tuesday, July 24th, 2018

Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

 

Wolf Greenfield
600 Atlantic Ave
Boston, MA 02210


Please join us for a presentation by the Computer Law Committee!
This will be a free, "brown bag" style lunch event.

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Examining the contours of the subject matter eligibility under § 101, with a particular emphasis on high technology and software-related inventions.  This will include an in-depth overview of recent Federal Circuit  § 101 decisions, an examination of the USPTO’s latest § 101 guidelines, and best practices for overcoming subject matter related rejections at the USPTO.

 

Presenter:

Meenakshy Chakravorty is Senior IP Counsel at Signify Inc., previously known as Philips Lighting. She manages their worldwide patent portfolios in several technological areas, including smart connected lighting and services, intelligent lighting controls, and large area-wide energy and resource management solutions for energy-efficient buildings and cities. As part of her counseling practice, she regularly conducts IP due diligence investigations to identify potential acquisition targets, and provides opinions on patent infringement and validity. Prior to joining Philips, Meenakshy worked for several years as an associate at a large IP law firm in the Boston area. She received her JD from the Boston University School of Law, an MS in Computer Science from Stanford University, and a BS in Computer Science from the University of Colorado at Boulder.

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Computer Law Committee Co-Chairs

Meenakshy Chakravorty, Signify Inc.

A.J. Tibbetts, Wolf Greenfield

Boston Patent Law Association
One Batterymarch Park, Suite 101
Quincy, MA 02169
Phone: 617.507.5570

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