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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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