SG Deviated From Set Patent Law, Ariosa Warns Justices

Law360 (June 4, 2019, 8:58 PM EDT) -- The solicitor general's office introduced an alarming interpretation of the Patent Act when it urged the U.S. Supreme Court not to take up a case over what part of a patent constitutes prior art, Ariosa Diagnostics Inc. said Tuesday.

The Roche Holding AG unit is taking issue with how the government treats the priority date of patents that incorporate provisional applications. For decades, if a patent owner got to use the provisional application's date to claim its right to the invention, then someone citing the patent as prior art could use that date too. But now, the solicitor general's office said,...

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