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Reg. 5.23 - When evidence isn’t considered to be evidence, but is still considered as evidence

Australia - March 9 2017 Reg. 5.23 can be used to file evidence outside of the appropriate evidentiary period, even when a request for an extension of time is...

Rory Anderson.

Enablement and examination post raising the bar

Australia - December 8 2016 The amendments to the Patents Act under Raising the Bar brought changes to the enablement provisions required by Australian patent specifications...

Rory Anderson.

How an object statement can bring down your patent

Australia - May 31 2016 An Australian Court has just ruled that for a given patent claim to be valid, every promise about the invention in the specification must be...

Jonathan Schnapp.

Product Management Group Pty Ltd v Blue Gentian LLC (2015) FCAFC 179

Australia - March 29 2016 This case demonstrates the difficulties of invalidating a claim due to lack of clarity. This has two main implications. Firstly, in approach...

Rory Anderson.

How high has the bar been raised? The Australian Patent Office issues its first opposition decision on a post ‘Raising the Bar’ patent application

Australia - December 9 2015 In the first opposition decision of the Australian Patent Office to apply the post-‘Raising the Bar’ disclosure and support requirements, the Hearing...

Jonathan Schnapp, Reginald Leones.