At the most recent meeting of the Durham County 16th Judicial District Bar Association, JiNan Glasgow George received a certificate in honor of her 20 years of practicing law. Speaking from the event, JiNan said it’s amazing that’s already been 20 years. “It seems like yesterday – time flies when you’re doing what you love.”
JiNan Glasgow George, Neo IP Founder and CEO, has been named to the IAM Strategy 300 – The World’s Leading IP Strategists for the third consecutive year. The IAM Strategy 300 “identifies the individuals who are leading the way in the development and implementation of strategies that maximize the value of IP portfolios.” The list is compiled via an […]
The Eclipse IP Conference – uniting thought leaders in IP since 2013 Neo IP held its first Eclipse IP conference was in 2013. We had no idea it would still be around 7 years later. We’ve had so much fun and met so many amazing and talent entrepreneurs that we thought we’d take some time […]
On November 20th, JiNan Glasgow George, patent attorney and owner of Neo IP, had the honor of receiving an Entrepreneur Award from the FPC. Twice a year, this honor is given to those with the vision, grit, fortitude, and determination of entrepreneurs that inspire us to press onward regardless of challenges, obstacles, or setbacks. The Financial […]
Neo IP is pleased to announce that JiNan Glasgow George has been named to the 2017 IAM Strategy 300, which recognizes The World’s Leading IP Strategists. The award honors industry professionals who have profound insights into the development, creation, and management of IP value. The minimum requirement for inclusion in the guide is three nominations from outside […]
Here is the third webinar we did with LexisNexis, featuring myself (JiNan Glasgow George) and Gene Quinn of IPWatchdog. Enjoy!
Many patent applicants and patent owners have struggled to determine the exact standards the USPTO and the Federal Circuit use to determine whether inventions are patentable after Alice. Two of the most recent Federal Circuit decisions which apply Alice suggest that specifically defining what the invention is, as opposed to defining what the invention does, […]
Here is the second webinar we did with LexisNexis, featuring myself (JiNan Glasgow George) and Gene Quinn of IPWatchdog. Enjoy!
Patent applicants who use computer automation in their inventions have worried about the effects of the Alice decision on their chances of obtaining a patent. Some degree of computer automation is arguably an improvement over traditional methods, and the Alice decision did not provide clear standards for evaluating the patentability of inventions including computer automation. […]
Many patent applicants and patent owners have struggled to determine the exact standards the USPTO and the Federal Circuit use to determine whether inventions are patentable after Alice. However, recent decisions by the Federal Circuit suggest that one of the strongest standards has been hiding in plain sight all along. DDR Holdings recognized that a […]