Pete’s Technology, Search & Patent Blog
These articles are intended to reflect the knowledge, experience and wisdom I have gained as an independent inventor who has searched the internet for technology and legal information for the last 25 years. I am the sole inventor of seven US patents, many filed before the web browser was invented. I write from the perspective of an inventor and businessman who was a plaintiff in seven US Patent litigations from 2004 to 2014, As a result, I have licensed my technology to 18 US Telecommunications manufacturers.
I am not a lawyer and these blogs do not give legal advice. These articles do offer my personal perspective on various technology, patent and legal search issues.
Category: Legal & Litigation Search
Would you use Amazon’s Neutral Patent Evaluation to enforce your patented technology embodied in products sold on Amazon?July 5 2023 - Legal & Litigation Search | Patent Search
COVID accelerated the trend of more and more of us shopping online. What about those online sellers providing a product you believe infringes one of your Patents – What can you do? Now Amazon provides you, the Patent Owner, a low-cost method to verify if one or more products sold on Amazon infringe one Claim […]Read More
US Supreme Court Patent Venue Decision a Double-Edged Sword for Small Business, Inventors and UniversitiesJuly 5 2023 - Legal & Litigation Search | Patent Search
On Monday, May 22, 2017, the US Supreme Court issued an opinion on the subject of patent suit venue selection criteria. In brief, they defined a corporation’s “residence” to be the State where it is incorporated. The implications of this decision for small business owners, inventors and university technology commercialization offices are significant. I am […]Read More