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Category Archives: Prosecution History Estopped
Federal Circuit Reverses District Court's Finding that Generic Eloxatins do not Infringe Sanofi's Patent
In my June 22, 2009 post, I discussed the district court decision that found a claim to optically-pure oxaliplatin (U.S. Pat. No 5,338,874) not infringed by defendants who made it by processes other than the HPLC process disclosed in the … Continue reading
For some years, Tom Irving of Finnegan Farabow, et al. has been giving a very amusing, but increasingly serious, talk about the dangers of what he calls “Patent Profanity.” The version I heard in May was, “Patently Profane at You … Continue reading