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Whose “Baby” Is It?

Posted in Patent Law

When a new invention is created (if it is worth anything), everyone wants to take credit. Figuring out whose “baby” it is, is a difficult question. What is an inventor? Who is the inventor? One would think these questions have straightforward answers. They do not. Inventorship is one of the most difficult and gray areas… Continue Reading

You Must Describe What You Actually Invented

Posted in Patent Law

By Audrey A. Millemann A patent must sat­­isfy several requirements in order to be valid. One of these is the written description requirement, as set forth in 35 U.S.C. §112, ¶1. That subsection requires that a patent: ”contain a written description if the invention…in such full, clear, concise, and exact terms as to enable any person skilled… Continue Reading