Read this if you are driving to work or if you take the public transport. One of the advantages that we IP lawyers have is that we can bill people… read more →
You have surely seen my little earlier article here https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/patent-drafting-how-convert-gray-scale-figure-black-white-schweiger/ which is about to convert a very nasty gray-scale image into a much nicer gray-scale image. Continue reading here.
We all know this problem: an invention disclosure contains a gray-scale computer image. We need to convert it into a black & white line drawing before we can use it… read more →
I found a handy tool for communicating decent automatic translations to my audience, within less than 5 minutes. Continue reading here.
The PRUFEN USB charging cable became my second most important travelling tool. It is very much versatile, like a Swiss pocket knife for smartphones. I have it since 2017 and… read more →
Must have if you are an IP lawyer: four-eyes principle by a robot. I found a very useful program, available for the Google Chrome Internet browser, for my Microsoft Windows… read more →
Do you do prior art searches only every now and then? And if you do a prior art search, it must be good and fast? I am a good example… read more →
I still cannot believe it. Scientific articles were not long ago sold for 20+ EUR per piece. Now they are available for free. On Google. Continue reading here.
I cannot state often enough how annoying this end-of-times deadline of 25 May 2018 is for me. Public and private societies and other frightened parties around the world even blocked users… read more →