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Legal Issues Relating to Artificial Intelligence and Inventions

SKU: IP7900
Total Credits
1 - 1.2
Price$50
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Description

The CLE presentation begins with an introduction to the law of inventorship in United States patent applications; who qualifies to be named as an inventor, why it matters that inventors are properly named on an application, and what happens when inventors are not named properly.

The basics of what constitutes “artificial intelligence” and the sorts of things that artificial intelligences are inventing are touched upon, and then the status of a recent USPTO decision on the acceptability of a patent application naming an artificial intelligence as the inventor is reviewed. Finally, some ideas about the propriety of naming an artificial intelligence as an inventor and how that might work are considered.

Lecturer Bio

Dr. Mark Nuell

Dr. Mark Nuell is a registered patent attorney and is presently of counsel to Ditthavong, Steiner & Mlotkowski, a full-service law firm engaged in obtaining, commercializing and defending intellectual property.

Dr. Nuell has been working in the field of intellectual property since 1991 and is an active member of the California bar and an inactive member of the Virginia bar. Dr. Nuell works principally in the life science and chemical arts.

Dr. Nuell assists clients, including start-up and small companies as well as Fortune 500 companies, in the planning of their intellectual property strategy and in the obtaining of patent rights in their inventions, including management of their patent. His technical specialties span the arts of chemistry and the life sciences including novel chemical compounds and formulations of them, genetic engineering materials and methods, cloned nucleic acids, vectors, vaccines, gene therapy, cell lines, recombinant proteins, and antibodies. In addition, Dr. Nuell works in the fields of materials science, polymer compositions, diagnostic and therapeutic compositions and methods, separation materials and methods, various analytic methods, and petrochemical processes and apparatus.

Dr. Nuell’s practice also includes a variety of transactional, due diligence and opinion work, including patentability, validity and infringement analyses and freedom to operate opinions relating to commercialization of intellectual property.

University of Michigan (B.S. (chemistry), cum laude, 1979); University of Illinois (Ph.D. (biochemistry), 1986); George Mason University School of Law (J.D., 1997).



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