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Do your patent claims inform with reasonable clarity and were they insolubly ambiguous?

USA - June 3 2014 In its June 2, 2014 Nautilus, Inc. v. BioSig Instruments, Inc. decision, the U.S. Supreme Court rejected as inadequate the Federal Circuit's...


U.S. Supreme Court agrees to hear patent case that could impact timing of availability of more affordable multiple sclerosis treatment

USA - April 16 2014 The United States Supreme Court has granted certiorari in a patent case that could extend the market exclusivity of a top-selling multiple sclerosis...


Blocking patents via third-party preissuance submissions

USA - January 21 2014 The America Invents Act introduced procedures that allow parties to submit prior art to challenge competitors' U.S. patent applications. Parties have...


Blocking issuance of competitors’ patent applications via third party preissuance submissions

USA - December 10 2013 The America Invents Act (AIA) introduced procedures that allow parties to submit prior art (e.g., other patents or patent applications) to challenge...