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In re Steed (Fed. Cir. 2015) - Swearing Behind Reference Still Requires Proof of (Timely Filed) Evidence

Thomas Steed, Sourav Bhattacharya, and Sandeep Seshadrijois (collectively "Steed") filed a patent application entitled "Web-Integrated On-Line Financial Database System and Method for Debt Recovery," on April 6, 2004, with...more

PTAB Rules Lab Notebooks Insufficient to Prove Conception and Reduction to Practice

Swearing behind a reference is an enticing option for a Patent Owner, but the Board has again reminded parties that rigorous—and admissible—proof of conception and reduction to practice is still necessary....more

Inventor Testimony Without Corroborating Evidence Is Insufficient to Prove of Reduction to Practice

K-40 Electronics, LLC v. Escort, Inc. - Addressing the sufficiency of corroborating evidence to prove earlier reduction to practice, the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) found that an inventor’s testimony regarding...more

Pinpointing Invention Conception Date in a Patent Interference

In Dawson v. Dawson, the Federal Circuit considered an unusual case with a question that often arises in interferences: when did the inventor invent the subject matter at issue. While the decision does not break new ground in...more

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