Tag: USPTO

Vacation of injunction upon invalidation of patent by USPTO ePlus. v. Lawson Software

In a recent judgment, The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit on July 25, 2014, vacated the U.S. District Court’s decision on injunction and contempt orders against Lawson Software and instructed the lower court to dismiss the patent litigation case brought by ePlus, Inc. This decision mainly pertains totwo main issues. Firstly, whether … Continue reading Vacation of injunction upon invalidation of patent by USPTO ePlus. v. Lawson Software

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Inherent Anticipation: In re Montgomery

The Federal Circuit in this case addressed the issue of anticipation by inherency in the context of method of treatment claims. The panel affirmed that a claim to ‘a new use for a known compound’ was inherently anticipated by a reference which disclosed a plan for a proposed clinical trial that had not been carried … Continue reading Inherent Anticipation: In re Montgomery

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Recent Change in America Invents Act

Congress passed the America Invents Act that makes major changes to the existing U.S. patent system.  President Obama signed the Act into law on September 16, 2011.  What does this mean for Indian Inventors and Research corporates who already filed Patents already or want to get a new patent file in US? The first impact is … Continue reading Recent Change in America Invents Act

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