July 19, 2010Comments Off on IP Frontiers: ‘Provisionals’ more bite than bark
There are several types of patents and patent applications, each with its own purpose. A utility patent — the most common type — is used to protect new machines, processes or compositions of matter, for example.
June 14, 2010Comments Off on IP Frontiers: Disclose prior art, material information
The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, the federal appeals court established to hear cases involving patent law, has scheduled a Nov. 9 oral argument for Therasense Inc. v. Becton, Dickinson & Co., which may have profound ...
April 19, 2010Comments Off on IP Frontiers: ‘Ariad’ much ado about nothing
In order to receive a U.S. patent, an inventor must make a full disclosure of his or her invention to the public. In return for the disclosure — provided the invention meets the statutory requirements — the government may grant a patent ...
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