Enablement For Life Sciences Patents Requires Sweat Equity

By Katherine Helm and Vi Tuong Tran (December 16, 2019, 1:34 PM EST) -- Don't call it a comeback; it's been here for years. Remember the so-called super-enablement standard? That misnomer was once used to characterize the written description requirement under Title 35 U.S. Code Section 112, primarily in the chemical and biological arts. ...

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