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USPTO loses Hyatt case at Supreme Court

Eileen McDermott, New York

The USPTO has lost its US Supreme Court case over whether new evidence can be submitted in a civil appeal of a USPTO decision

In January this year, the Supreme Court justices were tough on the USPTO in their questioning during oral arguments. The agency argued that patent applicant Gilbert Hyatt should not have been allowed to introduce evidence in a section 145 appeal...

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