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Can an abstract idea constitute prior art in a patent case?

You can ask your attorney about the ground the prior art was overcome or look up the case in Public PAIR. All of the written back-and-forth between the attorney and the examiner are public record. One ...
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Can an abstract idea constitute prior art in a patent case?

An infringer can obviously go to court and say “This patent shouldn’t have been issued because of reasons”, and then the court would decide if this is true. You have the advantage that the patent ...
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Patent litigation retaliation clause in Apache 2.0 vs MPL2

A patent owner can sue for infringement. That is covered by both wordings. A random entity can't sue the patent holder out of the blue, but if a patent holder threatens the entity with an infringement ...
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