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On November 7, 2018, the Fed. Cir. issued a summary affirmance of the PTAB’s interference decision of September 6, 2016, in Kumar v. Sung (Patent Interference 14/322,039) which found that the claims of U.S. Pat. No. 8,541,422 were obvious over … Continue reading
The quote is from “Treasure of the Sierra Madre” when a bandido leader is trying to convince Bogart that his gang are Federales, and Bogie asks to see their badges. In the context of Yeda Res. and Dev. v. Mylan, … Continue reading
Guest Post from Janal Kalis. Nike sued Puma for infringing its fly knit shoes. Puma filed a motion to dismiss because the patents asserted by Nike are directed to an abstract idea. As can be seen below, the Nike claims … Continue reading
This is a guest post from the Chisum Patent Academy. The Academy is pleased to announce the September 2018 publication by Wolters Kluwer Law & Business of the annual Update for Volume I (Patentability and Validity) of the practitioner treatise, … Continue reading