Celebrating LGBTQIA+ Figures In STEM this Pride Month


As part of June's Pride Month, we're highlighting the contributions that LGBTQIA+ community members have made in the fields of STEM. Sara Josephine...

The Changing Landscape of Software Protection (Google LLC v. Oracle Am. Inc.)


Shane R. Thielen is a patent attorney at Suiter Swantz IP and teaches Copyright Law at Creighton University School of Law. His course focuses...

Celebrating National Inventor’s Month


The work of inventors has shaped our society, fueled our economy and improved our lives. National Inventor's Month is observed each year in May and...

Celebrating Earth Day With Recycling Innovations


To celebrate Earth Day, we want to focus on sustainable, environmentally friendly technologies. This year, we wanted to focus on inventions related to...

Google v Oracle

Google v. Oracle: SCOTUS Rules in Favor of Google and API Developers


After a decade-long legal battle between Google and Oracle, the Supreme Court has ruled in favor of Google - marking a win for the future of software....

Three Reasons to Protect Your Intellectual Property


So, why should you care about protecting your intellectual property? Intellectual property (IP) often gets put on the back burner by business owners....

Celebrating President’s Day: Who Was The Only President To Hold A Patent?


In honor of President's Day, we're uncovering the only president-held invention and who is considered to be the 'Father of Invention.' Abraham Lincoln...

Love Is Patent, Love Is Kind: Our Favorite Patents For Valentine’s Day


Whether you celebrate Valentine's Day or avoid it, we can all get some enjoyment from the various pieces of popular intellectual property associated...

Black Inventors

Celebrating Black Pioneers in Science this Black History Month


American innovation is rich with the contributions and influence of many Black inventors and STEM professionals. Get to know these notable Black...

The Super Bowl: Brought to You by Intellectual Property!


As the Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers get ready for Super Bowl Sunday, intellectual property protections and innovations are helping...

Ringing In The New Year With New Year’s Eve Inspired Inventions


As we countdown to the new year, there are so many inventions to help us celebrate. From festive accessories to champagne, new years celebrations are...

‘Tis The Season To Celebrate Some Classic Holiday Inventions


It's time to celebrate winter holidays and traditions. From snowy-weather activities to unique decorations, this time of year is always filled with...

Recognizing Wright Brothers Day and Aviation History


On Wright Brothers Day, Suiter Swantz IP commends Orville and Wilbur Wright's innovation and passion for aviation. On December 17, 1903, two brothers...

Granville Woods’ Railway Telegraphy Patent No. 373,383


As a trailblazing inventor, Granville Woods set out to develop the railroad telegraph. This device transmitted messages through static electricity...

World Science Day for Peace and Development


Suiter Swantz IP celebrates World Science Day for Peace and Development. Today we observe the significant role of science in society and the need to...

Ways To Celebrate and Observe National STEM Day


Today we celebrate National STEM Day, a national holiday reserved to encourage kids and individuals of all ages to identify their passions in the...

Classic Football Patents To Celebrate The Season


The long awaited football season is upon us. Whether you're watching your team from your couch or playing your own game, Suiter Swantz IP wants to...

Celebrating Halloween With Candy, Costumes and Creepy Traditions


Parents and kids are scrambling to put the final touches on costumes and Jack-o'-lanterns, not to mention stocking up on candy for tonight's trick or...

Gearing Up For Halloween With Some Wacky Halloween Inventions


It’s that time of year again when ghosts and ghouls go bump in the night and trick or treaters hunt for candy and costumes. While Intellectual...

USPTO v. Booking.com – Booking.com Argues Against “Generic” Trademark Registration


Booking.com argues against “generic” trademark registration In a ruling by the Supreme Court in July, United States Patent and Trademark Office...