USPTO’s New Patent-Eligible Subject Matter Guidance: What Patent Practitioners Can Do Now

Production Date: Wednesday, April 10, 2019 from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm (ET)
intellectual property protection law
Dale Barr
John T. Lomenick


About Constellation Law Group, PLLC

Constellation Law Group is an intellectual property law firm based in the Seattle area.  We provide high quality patent and intellectual property related services at highly-affordable rates.  More specifically, we offer extensive experience in the procurement of patents in the fields of computer-implemented inventions, aerospace technologies, electronics and semiconductor technologies, medical devices, and a variety of electro-mechanical systems.  Several of our patent attorneys have advanced degrees in electrical engineering, aerospace engineering, computer science, and other technical disciplines, and some also have valuable industry experience in engineering, computer-related fields, as in-house counsel, and as patent examiners.  The attorneys of Constellation Law Group work diligently to obtain valuable patents for our clients that meet client needs for both product protection and licensing potential.  For more information, please contact us at (360)627-7147, or at


About Holland & Hart LLP

Our team of 40+ electrical engineering and computer-focused patent attorneys and other patent professionals counsel clients on strategic patent portfolio development, preparation, prosecution and opinion matters, and is adept at prosecuting large portfolios across a range of jurisdictions for clients with high volume, high value requirements.

Our patent practice primarily focuses on next-gen technologies covering electrical engineering, wireless communications, computer technologies, semiconductors, physics, mechanical engineering, circuits and optics, among others.

Our patent team is also contributing to patent thought leadership through their roles as Managing Editor, Lead Editors, and chapter authors of the first Patents and Standards: Practice, Policy, and Enforcement book (published through a joint partnership of BNA/AIPLA in Spring 2018).