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Inventor’s Affirmative Misrepresentations Nearly Rose To Level Of Misconduct That Supports Inequitable Conduct Finding Without Need To Prove But-For Materiality

September 2, 2014

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Inventor’s Affirmative Misrepresentations Nearly Rose To Level Of Misconduct That Supports Inequitable Conduct Finding Without Need To Prove But-For Materiality

September 2, 2014

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Apotex, Inc. v. UCB. Inc., __ F.3d __ (Fed. Cir. Aug. 15, 2014) (REYNA, Wallach, Hughes) (No. 2013-1674, S.D. Fla. (Middlebrooks, J.)) (2 of 5 stars)

Fed Cir affirms district court’s judgment that Apotex’s U.S. Patent 6,767,556 (“the ’556 patent”) is unenforceable due to inventor’s inequitable conduct. —Read more on Fish’s Litigation Blog


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