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Board Discusses Difference Between Supplemental Evidence and Information

Still confused by the difference between supplemental evidence versus supplemental information? Let’s try this again….In Norman International, Inc. v. Andrew J. Toti Testamentary Trust, Russell L. Hinckley, Sr. (Co-Trustee) and Robert F. Miller (Co-Trustee), IPR2014-00283, the Board addressed an issue of admissibility of evidence, focusing on the differences between supplemental evidence and information. Petitioner sought to have …

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PTAB Rules Lab Notebooks Insufficient to Prove Conception and Reduction to Practice

Swearing behind a reference is an enticing option for a Patent Owner, but the Board has again reminded parties that rigorous—and admissible—proof of conception and reduction to practice is still necessary. This issue was addressed in Microsoft Corporation v. Surfcast, Inc., a consolidated opinion concerning four IPR petitions filed by Microsoft challenging one patent in …

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