Anticipate This! Patent and Trademark Law Blog


Anticipate This! (AT!) is a patent and trademark law blog that provides thought-provoking commentary with a dash of irreverent humor. This blog has the unique ability to hold its readers' attention by structuring posts in a manner that is captivating, stimulating, and engaging. Some of the posts even analyze the patents behind some of today's most widely used products.

They Invented What? (No. 244)
by Jake Ward over 2 years ago
They Invented What? (No. 243)
by Jake Ward over 2 years ago

The Patent Prospector


The Patent Prospector provides news, information, and sassy opinions about all aspects of patents. The blog is an open forum weblog and subscriber contributions are most welcome. This blog has no limits when it comes to the discussion of patents. Whatever topic pertaining to patents interests you, this site proves a resourceful forum.

Not Withdrawn
by Patent Hawk over 3 years ago
by Patent Hawk over 3 years ago

Anything Under the Sun Made by Man


This blog is written by a design engineer turned patent lawyer with a two-fold focus. The first focus is understanding the technology, capturing the salient features, and writing a broad yet concise patent application. The second is counseling clients in developing a patent strategy that makes good business sense.

How to Select a Patent Attorney
by Russ Krajec about 3 years ago
What does a response to Office Action cost?
by Russ Krajec over 3 years ago

Dear Rich


Dear Rich is Attorney Richard Nolo's patent, copyright, and trademark blog. Each post features a question submitted by one of the blog's subscribers and Rich's expert response to it.

Why Do I Have to Pay to Use My Own Work?
by The Dear Rich Staff about 2 years ago
Mad Hatter as Trademark for Kitchenwares
by The Dear Rich Staff about 2 years ago

Electronic Frontier Foundation


Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is the leading civil liberties group defending consumer rights in the digital world. The blog covers topics of intellectual property, internet patents, and digital ownership.

For Shame: Gannett Abuses DMCA to Take Down Political Speech
by corynne mcsherry over 3 years ago
Even a Golden Key Can Be Stolen by Thieves: The Simple Facts of Apple’s Encryption Decision
by Jeremy Gillula over 3 years ago

Florida Patent Lawyer Blog


This blog is published by the office of Mark Terry, a Florida Bar Board certified patent attorney. Topics covered include patent infringement, patent enforcement, and trademark prosecution, amongst others.

The IP Law Blog


The official blog of the Weintraub Patent Law Firm--a non-profit corporation that provides business clients worldwide access to sophisticated legal advice and exceptional service.

Challenging Business Method Patents
by Audrey A Millemann about 4 years ago
Holy Lawsuit Batman
by James Kachmar about 4 years ago

Los Angeles Intellectual Property Trademark Attorney Blog


The official blog of Milord and Associates Patent Corporation--a firm dedicated to safeguarding your intellectual property. The blog offers complimentary legal advice and a list of resources for anyone interested in intellectual property.

Mickey Mouse May Sue DJ Deadmau5 Over Mouse-Head Trademark Application
about 4 years ago
Presenting At Bridgeport's Trade Secret Seminar
about 4 years ago

Modern Times Legal


Modern Times Legal is the blog of a Boston-area patent law firm. The blog is used to offer legal advice to clients and other innovators.

Patents 101 at Harvard University
about 4 years ago



This website is a go-to guide for all digital media concerning patents. The site features recent patent and intellectual property blogs, the latest patent tweets from Twitter, and the United States Patent and Trade Organization statistics.

State of Innovation


State of Innovation is a patents and innovation economics blog. The posts are dedicated to intellectual property innovation, patent law, and innovation. The blog's moderator is Dale B. Halling--a patent attorney and entrepreneur.

Environmentalists are Evil
by dbhalling about 4 years ago
Another Libertarian Argument Against Patents Bites the Dust
by dbhalling about 4 years ago