The PTAB’s final written decision in Inguran, LLC d/b/a Sexing Techs. v. Premium Genetics (UK) LTD., Case PGR2015-00017, Paper 22 (PTAB 2016), illustrates what a Patent Owner must do to demonstrate that a challenged claim is entitled to an earlier effective filing date in an AIA trial. The PGR involved U.S. Patent 8,933,395, which issued … Continue Reading
In two final written decisions (IPR2015-01093 and IPR2015-00990), the PTAB found that challenged claims in Shire’s U.S. Patent No. 7,056,886 (the ’886 patent) were invalid as obvious. The decisions highlight potential issues related to patents directed to pharmaceutical formulations that petitioners and patent owners alike may want to consider if confronted with an IPR related … Continue Reading
The PTAB’s final written decision in Butamax Advanced Biofuels LLC v. Gevo, Inc. Case IPR2013-00539, Paper 33 (P.T.A.B. 2015), illustrates the importance of providing more than attorney argument to show that claims have written description support in a provisional application. … Continue Reading
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