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USPTO’s Iancu promises guidance on Section 101

Michael Loney, New York


Iancu says guidance is needed on patentable subject matter eligibility to get out of a “rut”, particularly on the how Section 101 is different from Sections 102, 103 and 112

The director of the USPTO speaking at the Intellectual Property Owners Association 46th Annual Meeting, stated that the Office will soon provide guidance on the application of Section 101, which addresses patent subject matter eligibility.

Andrei Iancu said “significantly more...


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