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A Look At The Legal Intersection Of AI And Life Sciences

By Ariel Soiffer, Elijah Soko and Paul Lekas (January 20, 2023) This article was not written by ChatGPT. Will all articles have to start with a statement like this? And will any...

Patexia Insight 166: 5-Year Patent Litigation Trends

Tomorrow, our third annual Patent Litigation Intelligence Report will be released, covering the period from July 1, 2017, through June 30, 2022. The report evaluated a total of 18,493...

Is a Patent a Definitive Assurance of Your Idea's Authenticity?

A patent is a legal form of protection granted to inventors for their unique and useful ideas, designs, or products. It gives the patent owner exclusive rights to prevent others from...

Fresh From the Bench: Latest Federal Circuit Court Case

CASE OF THE WEEK Personalized Media Communications, LLC v. Apple, Inc., Appeal No. 2021-2275 (Fed. Cir. Jan. 20, 2023) Our Case of the Week focuses on the doctrine of prosecution...

BioNTech to Ship Modular mRNA Vaccine Factory to Rwanda

Written by: Mark Rubinshtein, Ph.D. Biopharmaceutical New Technologies (BioNTech), the global immunotherapy company based in Mainz, Germany, is scheduled to ship...

Potential Sanctions for Alleged Intellectual Property Theft on the Horizon?

Background On January 5, 2023, President Biden signed into law S. 1294, the “Protecting American Intellectual Property Act of 2022”✎ EditSign. The Act requires the...

Too much standardized technology is being held up on shipping docks and in courtrooms, according to the International Telecommunication Union. The ITU recently... Read More »
If you happen to have an iPhone 4S handy, go ahead and ask Siri about a patent lawsuit that was filed April 25, 2012, in U.S. District Court for the District of... Read More »
Microelectromechanical system gyroscopes may be small in stature, but a patent infringement claim against MEMS upstart InvenSense in the California Northern District... Read More »
The '662 patent is owned by Parallel Iron, whose attorneys have recently filed suit against Internet giants such as Amazon, Facebook, and LinkedIn, and even some... Read More »
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Wes Boudville[continued from previous posting] but no one did, then this can be used precisely as an argument for non-obviousness.
Feb 26, 2015
Wes BoudvilleBecause no one invented the invention prior to the actual filing date, and all the starting points of the patent were present. This is related to a recent quote by a Supreme Court jurist who said regarding non-obviousness that for any patent, anyone who objected to it could merely say, after disclosure, that the patent was obvious. It is never enough to say that it is obvious. One has to raise more precise points about the patent vis a vis the prior art. And one of the arguments for non-obviousness that can be made by the patent inventor is like judo - what I mentioned above.
Feb 26, 2015
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