Court challenge “likely” if USPTO doesn’t change post-Myriad guidance
Following the USPTO’s announcement that it will review its post-Myriad examiner guidance, patent lawyers say that a court challenge is likely if the agency does not change the policy
The USPTO issued a press release on April 16 saying that it will hold a roundtable on May 9 at its headquarters in Alexandra, Virginia to solicit feedback on the guidance, which it published in March.
The announcement follows a...
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