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Tag Archives: EPO
Guest post from Rigel Menard. There are changes at the EPO coming that require the specification to better reflect the allowed claims. In applications in which multiple inventions are disclosed, the new rules seem to be requiring editing the specification … Continue reading
This “Guide” is a 1528 page book published by the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys via Thomson Reuters, and edited by Paul Cole and Richard Davis. Of course, it mostly focused on UK patent law, but draws upon a variety … Continue reading
A guest post from Paul Cole. Readers will be aware that added subject matter issues have for a long time been a thorny issue for EPO Examination practice. On 7 February 2014 a symposium on EPO practice regarding Art. 123(2) … Continue reading
This is a guest post from Paul Cole. An opinion was handed down earlier today by the Federal Court of Australia – Full Court (Allsop C.J., Downsett, Kenny, Bennett and Middleton J.J., D’Arcy v Myriad Genetics Inc  FCAFC 115 … Continue reading