Terminal Disclaimer to “Expedite” Patent Prosecution?

A District Court committed error, says a Federal Circuit panel, “by presuming that terminally disclaimed continuation patents are patentably indistinct variations of their parent patents without analyzing the scope of the patent… Read More

Patent Term Adjustment Can Be Reduced Even Without “Actual Delay” in Prosecution

In Gilead Sciences, Inc. v. Lee, the Federal Circuit that supplemental applicant submissions during patent prosecution need not incur “actual delay” to be counted as a reduction in calculating patent term adjustment (PTA). 201… Read More

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Divided Infringement
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Divided infringement is the silent patent killer. It renders otherwise valid patents unenforceable. During the May B2 IP Webinar, Stephen Kontos of Bejin Bieneman will discuss the case law on divided infringement and propose best practices for patent…Register

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