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Tag Archives: patent claims
At the recent BIO International Convention, Deputy Commissioner Andrew Hirschfeld (who chaired the May PTO s.101 Forum) presented seven “Sample Claims” related to biotech/pharma inventions and invited “discussion and feedback” from the interested public. The claims have been posted on … Continue reading
After reading all 88 pages of this very scholarly opinion which left patent law right where it was post-Cybor – no matter how much weight the parties and amici felt stare decisis deserved – I went back and read Judge Lourie’s concurrence. It is mercifully … Continue reading
On Friday, a narrow majority of the Fed. Cir. sitting en banc, reaffirmed that claim interpretation is a question of law, to be reviewed de novo upon appeal to the Fed. Cir. (A copy of the decision can be found below.) … Continue reading
In my March post “Unnatural Acts – Patenting Diagnostic Tests Post-Prometheus” I wrote: “I have been trying to formulate diagnostic claims that would pass muster post-Prometheus and I am having trouble. If a researcher discovers the marker, the researcher should … Continue reading