Supreme Court of the United States

Supreme Court to Hear Circuit Split on Registration Requirement for Instituting Copyright Lawsuit

While copyright lawsuits are common, some feel the steps needed to bring a copyright infringement lawsuit could use a little more clarification. The Supreme Court of the United States has agreed to...


Innovation Expo, October 11

Attorney Matt Poulsen will attend the Sioux Falls Innovation Expo on October 11th. This conference will focus on connecting entrepreneurs, innovators, and the many others involved in developing...


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Office Hours October 10 at the Brookings, SD Office

Suiter Swantz IP will hold office hours at our Brookings, SD satellite office located in the South Dakota State University Research Park on October 10th. Feel free to send Matt Poulsen an email...


Faisal K. Abou-Nasr

Creighton University Intellectual Property Panel

Members of the Creighton University Intellectual Property Law Society will host an IP attorney panel on September 26. Suiter Swantz IP attorney, Faisal Abou-Nasr, will be a part of this panel where he...


Midwest Drug Development Conference

MidWest Drug Development Conference Oct. 1-2

Suiter Swantz IP is proud to be a sponsor of the 2018 MidWest Drug Development Conference. This event will provide industry experts the opportunity to learn about cutting-edge midwestern therapeutic...


Copyright Dispute over Marilyn Monroe’s “Last Sitting” Goes to Trial

Marilyn Monroe was one of the most iconic figures in the 1950s. She was a model, actress, singer, and has been photographed by famous photographers from all over. In 1962, fine art and commercial...


Opioids

OxyContin Manufacturer Granted Patent for Addiction Treatment

Purdue Pharma, manufacturer of the addictive opioid OxyContin®, was recently granted a patent for a treatment option to those who are addicted to opioids, “Buprenorphine-Wafer for Drug Substitution...


United States Constitution Preamble

Happy Constitution Day and Citizenship Day!

Constitution Day, September 17th. This day commemorates the signing of one of the most important and influential documents in American history, the Constitution. We celebrate this day as a reminder of...


Engine Starting Device Patent

Patent History: Engine Starting Device

On August 17, 1915, Charles Kettering was granted the patent for “Engine Starting Device”, U.S Patent No. 1,150,523.  Charles F. Kettering was born on August 29, 1876, in Loudonville, Ohio. After...


Crash Test Dummy Patent

Patent History: Anthropomorphic Dummy for Use in Vehicle Crash Testing

On April 4, 1981, Samuel W. Alderson was granted the patent for “Anthropomorphic Dummy for Use in Vehicle Crash Testing” U.S Patent No. 4,261,113. Before the 1950s, car manufacturers used living...


NSBA's 2018 Business Law Seminar

Suiter Swantz IP Attorney Scot Ringenberg is proud to be a part of 2018 Business Law Seminar where he will discuss intellectual property considerations in business transactions. This seminar will be...


Nebraska Cornhusker Football

Kickoff the Football Season with Football Patents

It’s that time of year again! The long-awaited football season is upon us. Teams get ready to storm the field, while fans get ready to storm the stands to cheer on their favorite team. Football has...