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Past court decisions on patent law, including those of the Supreme Court, have explained obviousness through the idea of how common sense ..read more
A picture is often worth a thousand words. In patent prosecution, where interpretations can vary among reasonable minds, annotations on ..read more
A patent claim must be limited to one of the various categories laid out in the statute, meaning that so-called “mixed” claims are not ..read more

KSR obviousness can be a tough one for applicants, perhaps rightly so. One area that often arises is when the examiner asserts that a ..read more

Some debates over the last few years regarding patent office examination quality have largely focused on the idea the the sole measure of ..read more
One of the best ways USPTO examiners can aid in achieving compact prosecution is to provide the details as to what features in the ..read more
While we typically focus on patent issues here, we start this post with the observation that it seems a bit odd to tell people standing in ..read more

The AFCP 2.0 program has few downsides, and is generally seen as a useful tool for patent applicants and the USPTO to move cases forward ..read more
When arguing 112 issues, such as written description issues, often there are questions of what would be understood by a person skilled in ..read more

In considering whether an invention is obvious, the Patent Office must only utilize references that are analogous. In practice, this ..read more

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