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The Immunotherapy Patent Landscape: Types of patent claims for immunotherapeutic inventions – IPWatchdog.com


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The Immunotherapy Patent Landscape: Types of patent claims for immunotherapeutic inventions
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While this article provides an overview of immunotherapy and the general types of patent claims sought to protect immunotherapeutic inventions, follow-up articles will explore patent validity issues, such as written description and enablement, novelty

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Defining Computer Related Inventions in a post-Alice World – IPWatchdog.com


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Defining Computer Related Inventions in a post-Alice World
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One of the things that makes protecting computer related inventions tricky is that first you have to distinctly identify the invention in exact terms. Defining any invention with the level of specificity required to satisfy U.S. patent laws is not

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The Government vs. General Alexander: Who Owns His Inventions – IPWatchdog.com

The Government vs. General Alexander: Who Owns His Inventions
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There is an important exception to this rule that applies to this situation: Inventions made by federal employees while working for the government generally belong to the government so long as they meet one of three criteria, absent certain exceptions

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GE Patents: Patents of Note: Medical Inventions & Alternative Energy Systems – IPWatchdog.com

GE Patents: Patents of Note: Medical Inventions & Alternative Energy Systems
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General Electric has been awash in recently issued patents pertaining to medical technologies, and we discuss an intriguing collection of these inventions. One patent protects an improved anaesthesia delivery system that monitors oxygen levels in

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Patent Drafting: Describing What is Unique Without Puffing – IPWatchdog.com

By way of example, many times inventions are not one of a kind, but rather they are improvements upon existing solutions. In this situation it is common that the advantage of the new invention lies in that it is cheaper to make, easier to use …
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