Sarah Knight Participates in a Panel on Software Prosecution Issues

by | Jan 3, 2016 | Uncategorized | 0 comments

As part of the 53rd Annual Conference on Intellectual Property Law on November 16-17 at the Center for American and International Law, Plano, TX, Sarah joined a panel of speakers to discuss overcoming challenges in drafting and prosecuting patent applications on software inventions. Topics included issues with disclosure development and drafting in view of 101, prosecution issues in view of 101, claiming and prosecuting patent applications to manage divided infringement and inducement, and functional claiming.

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Brittany Price

Associate Patent Attorney

Brittany Price writes and prosecutes patents before the United States Patent & Trademark Office on behalf of our clients. Her interest in information technologies and software has led to a focus on an array of computer related technologies in addition to privacy, security, and copyright. 

Outside of work, She enjoys being with family (including her two cats), watching television, trying new food, and going to theme parks! 

Education

UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law (2019-2022), Juris Doctor

    - Intellectual Property Law Certificate, 2022

    - Board Member of Student Intellectual Property Law Association 

Auburn University (2015-2019), B.S. in Microbial, Cellular, and Molecular Biology 

Technical Specialties

Storage Devices (SSD & HDD)
Software Applications
Automated Storage Systems

Competencies

Patent preparation & Prosecution

Admissions

USPTO (2019)