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By Michael Borella -- A previous post presented the background of this case, as well as Judge Lourie's plurality concurrence. As noted in that post, Alice's claimed inventions involved the reduction of settlement risk using a third-party intermediary. Despite the claims being of various statutory classes, including process, article of manufacture, […]
From Dey and Mylan vs. SunovionOf an unusual aspect of the case:When Dey sued Sunovion for patent infringement,Sunovion argued, and the district court agreed, that someof Dey’s patents were invalid because a Sunovion clinicaltrial in which Sunovion tested its own product constituteda prior public use of Dey’s inventions within the meaningof 35 U.S.C. § 102(b […]
In this case the Board inter alia discussed the admissibility of documents filed together with the statements of ground of appeal.*** Translation of the German original ***[3.1] The main purpose of inter partes appeal proceedings is to offer the losing party the opportunity to contest the decision of the Opposition Division (OD) that adversely affects it and […]
By Carlos Lopez, Caroline Keller and Chris Lowe The New Jersey General Assembly voted today on a new version of an employee social media privacy bill which incorporates revisions suggested by Governor Chris Christie when he conditionally vetoed the bill on May 6, 2013. The Assembly passed the revised version with an overwhelming vote of... Continue Reading […]