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Where the en banc decision gets particularly interesting and adversarial is with respect to the second question namely when does intervening rights apply to reexamined claims By a to vote and a reversal of the panel decision a majority…

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On September the a three-judge-panel of the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit issued a ruling in Marine Polymer Technologies Inc v HemCon Inc which found intervening rights due to certain patent claims due to the…

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Companies accused of patent infringement are increasingly looking at patent reexamination at the Patent Office as an attractive avenue for challenging the patent s validity Reexamination offers a number of well-known advantages as a forum for such validity challenges…

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I like writing about esoteric patent law topics and the question of intervening rights in reexaminations reissues is one of the more esoteric See my JPTOS article entitledIntervening Rights A Potential Hidden Trap for Reexamined Patent The case of…

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Last week on November the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit granted a stay to HemCon Inc which will prevent implementation of the injunction issued against it and in favor of Marine Polymer Technologies Inc The…

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