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In October, I spoke at AIPLA with James Carmichael, who used to head up the “Fraud Squad” at the PTO. He noted that there had only been three Fed. Cir. decisions upholding findings of inequitable conduct (IC) since Therasense, two … Continue reading
I recently received a well-written post from Smart & Biggar/Feherstonhaugh in Toronto reminding me that a publication by the inventor only shields a later third-party publication from being a bar if the second publication was derived from the inventor and a … Continue reading
Federal Magistrate Jeffrey Keyes ruled that it is fair use for law firms to use copyrighted journal articles when preparing patent applications, and recommended that an infringement suit against Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner PA (SLW) by two academic publishers be dismissed. … Continue reading
If you have either a passing or passionate interest in stem cell patenting, this report is worth some of your time. (A link to the report can be found at the end of this post.) The report analyzes the stem … Continue reading