Software Patentability: Federal Judge explains how to go through the Alice looking glass.

Software Patentability: Federal Judge explains how to go through the Alice looking glass.

The question of the extent to which software innovations were patentable has long confused attorneys and their clients. Section 101 Patent Act welcomes “any new and useful process, machine, manufacture, or composition of matter, or any new and useful improvement thereof.” But an important exception pertaining to software patents was identified by the U.S. Supreme

The Good, the Garnish, and the Gather: Looming Court Fight Teaches a Great Deal About Branding and Trademark Rights

The Good, the Garnish, and the Gather: Looming Court Fight Teaches a Great Deal About Branding and Trademark Rights

Garnish and Gather, LLC (“G&G”), a relatively small Georgia company selling meal kits and fresh and prepared foods, has filed a trademark lawsuit in the Southern District of New York against Target Corporation to stop Target’s use of “Good & Gather” as its new in-store food brand. The history and current status of the case