Posted by: Gene Quinn in: News
Beginning Monday, January 5, 2009, IPWatchdog.com will take over the PatentFools.com blog. IPWatchdog.com has added a blog category titled “Patent Fools™” and will continue to publish full length patent articles on the latest news, cases and legislation. You can access the Patent Fools section of the IPWatchdog website through the URL below:
IPWatchdog.com was first launched in October of 1999, and since that time the site has been a trusted resource on intellectual property for over 3 million unique visitors who have come here for information and news.
The IPWatchdog Blog primarily provides insight and analysis to keep industry professionals informed on recent cases and the latest news relating to patents, trademarks, copyrights, technology and innovation. We pride ourselves on the fact that we do not have a typical blog. Virtually all of our posts are really articles that discuss issues that matter to attorneys and other professionals intimately involved in the intellectual property world. When you are looking for more than just the facts and would like some analysis and opinion the IPWatchdog Blog is for you.
About Gene Quinn
|Eugene R. Quinn, Jr.
President & Founder of IPWatchdog, Inc.
US Patent Attorney (Reg. No. 44,294)
B.S. in Electrical Engineering, Rutgers
Gene is a US Patent Attorney, Law Professor and the founder of IPWatchdog.com. He is a principal lecturer in the top patent bar review course in the nation, which helps aspiring patent attorneys and patent agents prepare themselves to pass the patent bar exam. Gene’s particular specialty as a patent attorney is in the area of strategic patent consulting, patent application drafting, patent prosecution and technology licensing. He has worked with independent inventors and start-up businesses in a variety of different technology fields. Gene is also the inventor of a unique invention mining and patent drafting system, known as the Invent + Patent System, which enables the submission of detailed answers that form the basis of an extraordinarily detailed invention disclosure and which can be filed immediately as a provisional patent application, or subsequently reviewed, modified, edited and supplemented by a patent attorney or agent before being filed as a non-provisional patent application.
Gene is also known by many as “The IPWatchdog.” Gene started the widely popular intellectual property website IPWatchdog.com in 1999, and since that time the site has had millions of unique visitors. At least in part due to the notoriety he developed through IPWatchdog.com, Gene has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, the LA Times, CNN Money and various other newspapers and magazines worldwide.