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Category Archives: Post-Grant Issues
The facts of Cancer Research Tech. v. Barr Labs., Inc., App. No. 2010-1204 (Fed. Cir. November 9, 2010) (PDF at end of post) are almost more interesting than the holding, which is : “We…now hold that to establish [the … Continue reading
The recent precedential decision, Ex parte Frye, Appeal No. 2009-006013 (Bd. App. 2010) reversed the Examiner’s rejection of a claim to a shoe. More importantly, the Board emphasized that the Board on appeal “reviews the particular finding(s) contested by an appellant … Continue reading
Guest Posting from Ron Shutz Case: Keefe v. Bernard, 2009 W.L. 346738 (Oct. 30, 2009). Topic: Corporate Attorney/Client & Work Product Privilege Facts The attorney representing both the doctor and his corporate employer in a medical malpractice action interviewed an … Continue reading