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Lack of Evidence of Efficacy Invalidates Patent on Combination Drug

USA - May 15 2019 Written description is not satisfied when the claimed drug is understood to be ineffective by a person skilled in the art and the description...

Yinan Lin, Ph.D..

Neptune Generics, LLC, Fresenius Kabi USA, LLC v. Eli Lilly & Co.

USA - April 29 2019 Before Moore, Wallach, and Hughes. Appeal from the Patent Trial and Appeal Board Summary: Industry skepticism is a question of fact that weighs in...

Alexander Zeng.

Secondary Consideration of Skepticism Supports Non-Obviousness at PTAB

USA - April 29 2019 Industry skepticism is a question of fact that weighs in favor of non-obviousness and can range on a scale, with the most weight afforded to...

Alexander Zeng.

Sri International, Inc. v. Cisco Systems, Inc.

USA - March 21 2019 Under step one of Alice, a claim is not directed to an abstract idea when it recites a specific technique to solve a technological problem arising in...

Noorean Gill.

Continental Circuits LLC v. Intel Corporation

USA - February 8 2019 Reading a process limitation into a product claim is improper where the patentee did not clearly and unmistakably disavow claim scope and also did...

Josepher Li.