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Monthly Archives: November 2009
By Bill Bennett, Pizzeys, Canberra, AU A unique aspect of Australian Patent Law is the requirement that a reference must be “reasonably ascertained, understood and regarded as relevant” by the hypothetical skilled person before it can be applied in an … Continue reading
The Bilski case before the US Supreme Court came up for oral argument on November 9. After a couple of reads, My initial impressions are: 1. Most of the questions from the Justices (primarily Scalia, Breyer, Roberts, Sotomeyor, Stevens, Kennedy, … Continue reading
By Paul Cole, Lucas & Co., UK The UK counterpart of In re Ngai is Bayer’s (Meyer’s) Application  R.P.C. 11. In that case a claim to a package containing a known drug together with instructions for a new use … Continue reading
Reading the transcript of the oral arguments presented yesterday (a copy is attached at the end of this posting) as Bilski was presented to the Supreme Court, I was struck by how quickly certain Justices homed in on one of … Continue reading