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dystar, dembiczak - [E]vidence of a motivation to combine need not be found in the prior art references themselves, but rather may be found in "the knowledge of one of ordinary skill in the art or, in some cases, from the nature of the problem to be solved." ... When not from the prior art references, the "evidence" of motive will likely consist of an explanation of the well-known principle or problem-solving strategy to be applied.

dystar, dembiczak - [E]vidence of a motivation to combine need not be found in the prior art references themselves, but rather may be found in "the knowledge of one of ordinary skill in the art or, in some cases, from the nature of the problem to be solved." ... When not from the prior art references, the "evidence" of motive will likely consist of an explanation of the well-known principle or problem-solving strategy to be applied.

seattle box - When a word of degree is used the [fact-finder] must determine whether the patent’s specification provides some standard for measuring that degree.

seattle box - When a word of degree is used the [fact-finder] must determine whether the patent’s specification provides some standard for measuring that degree.

warner-jenkinsen - Each element contained in a patent claim is deemed material to defining the scope of the patented invention

warner-jenkinsen - Each element contained in a patent claim is deemed material to defining the scope of the patented invention

cyclobenzaprine, kubin - "[W]here the prior art, at best, '[gives] only general guidance as to the particular form of the claimed invention or how to achieve it,' relying on an 'obvious-to-try' theory to support an obviousness finding is 'impermissible."'

cyclobenzaprine, kubin - "[W]here the prior art, at best, '[gives] only general guidance as to the particular form of the claimed invention or how to achieve it,' relying on an 'obvious-to-try' theory to support an obviousness finding is 'impermissible."'

coley - Where there is doubt regarding the teachings of a reference, "the scales should be inclined toward applicant."

coley - Where there is doubt regarding the teachings of a reference, "the scales should be inclined toward applicant."

wesslau, bausch & lomb - for 103 impermissible to pick and choose from any one reference only so much of it as will support a given position, to the exclusion of other parts necessary to the full appreciation of what such reference fairly suggests to one of ordinary skill in the art

wesslau, bausch & lomb - for 103 impermissible to pick and choose from any one reference only so much of it as will support a given position, to the exclusion of other parts necessary to the full appreciation of what such reference fairly suggests to one of ordinary skill in the art

dill, dilnot www.ptab.us

dill, dilnot www.ptab.us

37 C.F.R. § 1.3 - An "attorney[] ... [is] required to conduct [his or her] business with the United States Patent and Trademark Office with decorum and courtesy.

37 C.F.R. § 1.3 - An "attorney[] ... [is] required to conduct [his or her] business with the United States Patent and Trademark Office with decorum and courtesy.

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