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Patent protection after KSR debated


At a web-based seminar organized by MIP in association with Fish & Richardson, practitioners discussed the impact of KSR v Teleflex

The Supreme Court's opinion in the landmark case of KSR v Teleflex in April could reshape patent practice in the US by making it harder to obtain, and easier to challenge, patents – particularly in mechanical technologies, according to panellists...


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