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Increasing Role Of Objective Indicia Of Nonobviousness In AIA Proceedings
In this article published by Bloomberg Law's Patent, Trademark & Copyright Journal, authors Keith Slenkovich and Kevin Yurkerwich direct practitioners to carefully develop objective indicia evidence...
United States
7 Nov 2017
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Practice Tips For Presenting And Responding To Motivation-To-Combine Arguments In IPR Proceedings
In inter partes review proceedings, the Preliminary Response allows a patent owner to argue that an IPR proceeding should not be instituted.
United States
26 Jan 2017
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Practice Tips For Presenting And Responding To Motivation-to-Combine Arguments
In inter partes review proceedings, the Preliminary Response allows a patent owner to argue that an IPR proceeding should not be instituted. One way a patent owner may oppose institution of an obviousness ground that relies on multiple references or teachings is to argue that the Petition does not adequately articulate a motivation or reasons why a person of ordinary skill in the art would combine the cited prior art references or teachings.
United States
26 Jan 2017
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Congress Creates Federal Right of Action for Trade Secret Misappropriation
On May 11, President Obama signed into law the Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016 (DTSA), which enables companies to go to federal court to sue for misappropriation of trade secrets.
United States
17 May 2016
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