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Prior Art Publications Presumed Enabling, Fed. Circ. Says

  • 07.27.12
  • Ryan Davis
  • IP Law360

On July 27, 2012, the Federal Circuit affirmed the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office's reexamination rejection of a data transfer patent held by Antor Media Corp., ruling that patentees have the burden of showing that a published prior art reference would not enable anyone to practice the claimed invention.  Byron Pickard provided commentary on this matter to IP Law360 in an article entitled "Prior Art Publications Presumed Enabling, Fed. Circ. Says." 

The full article is available to IP Law360 subscribers and can be found here.

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