McKesson Ruling Still Poses Challenges For IP Lawyers
Intellectual property experts say the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit’s May 2007 ruling in McKesson v. Bridge Medical Inc. has not only created an uncomfortable tension between prosecutors and patent examiners, but it has raised concerns about the resurgence of inequitable conduct as a litigation tactic.
The Federal Circuit upheld a California district...
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