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Murphy served as the sole arbitrator in two arbitrations involving patent and licensing issues in the fields of DNA diagnostics and therapeutic monoclonal antibodies and has served as an expert witness in patent infringement litigations and an arbitration involving a patent license agreement. Gerald M.
Murphy, Jr. Printable PDF Gerald Murphy has practiced in the intellectual property field since and has prosecuted thousands of patent applications in the areas of biotechnology, biopharmaceuticals, therapeutic antibodies, organic chemistry, biochemistry and pharmaceuticals.
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BioMarin Pharm. In particular, the Court expressly rejected the application of any inflexible obviousness rule that excluded consideration of, among other things, common sense.
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The Federal Circuit, however, recently confirmed that common sense alone cannot suffice to establish obviousness. In Arendi S. Apple, Inc. Not only is this case surprising in that factual findings of the PTAB are rarely overturned on appeal, but it also marks some constraints on the broad obviousness standard articulated in KSR. To date, the Supreme Court has granted certiorari commonly referred to as cert to five patent-related cases this term, which will result in three oral arguments likely to be decided before the end of the term.
USPTO Changes Claim Construction Standard in Post-Grant Proceedings
There are also over 20 pending Petitions for Writ of Certiorari , which may result in additional patent matters being heard by the Court this term. The Federal Circuit recently revisited a question first answered earlier this year in Versata Dev. SAP Am. No estoppel applied to the other ground, however, because the ground was merely raised, but not instituted on, in the earlier proceeding.
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On August 19, , the U. While the proposed changes have no effect until a final rulemaking in the future, the USPTO encourages practitioners to review the developments and, if inspired, participate in the comment period that is open until October 19, See Dell Inc.
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