Webinar:  From Alice to Berkheimer:  Practical Tips for Preparing Software Patent Applications
Theodore Wood and Archie E. Williams, Jr. | June 27, 2018

Presented by Wood IP and Fitch, Even, Tabin & Flannery

Post-Berkheimer 101 Eligibility Analysis: Facts Do Matter Now?
Archie E. Williams, Jr. | May 2, 2018

Wood IP Forms Strategic Alliance with Fitch, Even, Tabin & Flannery LLP
Press Release |  August 4, 2017

101 Eligibility Update:  Specifying “HOW” to Show “Significantly More”
Archie E. Williams, Jr. | March 21, 2017

Wood IP Expands Relationship with CPA Global
Press Release | December 19, 2016

PTO Alice Update

Archie E. Williams, Jr. | May 15, 2016


IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems | Baltimore, MD | May 30, 2017

Theodore Wood and Marc Dandin, speakers

Cybersecurity and the Electric Grid:  Innovation and Intellectual Property


College Awareness and Planning for Careers in STEM | Rockville, MD | April 29, 2017

Theodore Wood, speaker


Stakeholder Training on Examination Practice and Procedure (STEPP)| Alexandria, VA | November 2016

Dr. Dana Broughton, participant


LES Annual Meeting | Vancouver Canada | October 26, 2016 | #LESAM16

Theodore Wood, panelist

Cyber Security Patent Behavior Nexus of Licensing & Information SharingIn 2016 the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act became law in the US, opening up the sharing of information about threats and vulnerabilities between companies and government. Patent reform and state and local law enforcement actions are moving parties to share information more clearly in order to avoid or punish abusive gamesmanship on both sides. If all participants in cybersecurity information sharing abided by LES standards for patent licensing, would this enhance confidence and create a presumption of suspect behavior for those not compliant?