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Claiming An Abstract Idea In A Technical Context At The EPO
Two recent decisions of an EPO Technical Board of Appeal emphasise the need for a proper technical context to be set out in claims to render an abstract idea patentable.
UK
17 Jun 2019
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Questions About Patent Eligibility Of Technical Simulations Referred To EPO Enlarged Board Of Appeal
EPO Technical Board of Appeal 3.5.07 has, in case T 0489/14 (Pedestrian simulation/CONNOR), referred questions to the Enlarged Board of appeal concerning what is to be considered technical in the fields of design and simulation.
UK
4 Mar 2019
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Designs And Brexit
The UK Government has now approved draft regulations, The Designs and International Trade Marks (Amendment etc.) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019, which set out what will happen to European Union Design rights on "exit day".
UK
4 Mar 2019
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Demonstrating Due Care
The central issue when seeking restoration or re-establishment of rights in many countries is establishing that due care was taken.
UK
15 Feb 2019
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Re-Establishment Of Rights At The European Patent Office Under Article 122 EPC
Re-establishment of rights under Article 122 EPC may be used to recover rights lost as a result of missing a deadline set by the European Patent Office.
UK
15 Feb 2019
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Late Entry Into European Regional Phase
The deadline for requesting entry of a PCT application into the European regional phase is 31 months from the filing date or, if priority has been claimed, from the priority date (Rule 159(1) EPC).
UK
15 Feb 2019
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Late-Filed PCT Application
This briefing explores the options available to applicants in the event that the deadline for filing a PCT has been missed.
UK
15 Feb 2019
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Unwired Planet International Ltd & Anor v Huawei Technologies Co Ltd & Anor [2018] EWCA CIV 2344 (23 October 2018)
Birss J had held that the FRAND licence in this case would have been a global licence rather than a national licence to the UK SEPs.
UK
7 Nov 2018
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Obscure Disclosures – Burden Of Proof Is On The Right Holder
Then, in 2013, Gifi Diffusion brought invalidation proceedings against Crocs' design, again arguing for a lack of novelty.
European Union
15 Oct 2018
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Infringement By Overseas Servers Revisited
Since the UK Court of Appeal judgment in Menashe v William Hill, it has not been safe to assume that infringement of a patent claim including a processor or a processing step can be avoided...
UK
9 Mar 2018
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Clarification Of The Concept Of The "Notional Business Person"
The CardinalCommerce decisions can be helpful where an examiner has used technical language in formulating the non-technical requirements, as sometimes happens.
UK
8 Mar 2018
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Review Of EPO Board Of Appeal Decisions In 2017 Relating To Software Inventions
2017 was a year of change for the Boards of Appeal of the EPO: a new President and a move out of the EPO's oldest building in the centre of Munich to a suburb, Haar.
European Union
7 Mar 2018
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