Presented by: Florida Photonics Cluster and Patents on Demand, P.A.
I. Provisional patent applications; when appropriate to use and when not appropriate to use, and reasons for both.
III. Recently decided U.S. patent cases including In re Bilski (Fed. Cir. 2008 - en Banc) and KSR (KSR International Co. v. Teleflex, Inc.), and their application to and affect on software/algorithm-based inventive subject matter in particular, including patent prosecution strategies following Bilsky and KSR.
Brian Buchheit (firstname.lastname@example.org) is the founder of Patents on Demand, P.A. and Neil Jetter (email@example.com) is a principal attorney in the Firm, having a main office in Coral Springs, Florida (http://www.patentsondemand.com/).
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The Florida Photonics Cluster supports the growth and profitability of the Florida photonics industry through the strength of a unified voice. The FPC is open to all Florida-based companies and organizations that provide optics and photonics products or services, and to companies and other organizations that provide services to optics and photonics companies.