KSR Int?l Co. v. Teleflex Inc.

Brief of Amicus Curiae Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America in Support of Respondents

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Questions Presented:

Whether the Federal Circuit has erred in holding that a claimed invention cannot be held "obvious" and thus unpatentable under 35 U.S.C. 103(a), in the absence of some proven "'teaching, suggestion, or motivation' that would have led a person of ordinary skill in the art to combine the relevant prior art teachings in the manner claimed."

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Reference Info:Appellate Brief | Federal, U.S. Supreme Court | United States

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