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The Concepts of Old 102 v. New 102; Something Old, Something New,…Embrace Both   

Recorded on: Jun. 13, 2018
Running Time: 01:17:05

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Taken from the Web Program Patent Eligibility, Prior Art and Obviousness 2018: Current Trends in Sections 101, 102, and 103 Recorded June, 2018 in San Francisco [01:17:05]
  • Old 102(a) - Fairness
  • Old 102(b) - Public policy and notice
  • Old 102(c) - Inventor conduct
  • Old 102(d) – “Negative Pressure” bringing innovation here
  • Old 102(e) – Filing date as  “date of invention” prior art
  • Old 102(f) – who invented what - the concept of derivation
  • Old 102(g) – the “contest” in the public interest
  • New 102(a) - the level playing field (the flat earth) race to file
  • New 102(b) - the last vestige of the “U.S. grace period” – it’s personal
  • New 102(c) – defining “you” vis-à-vis collaboration

Robert J. Spar, John M. White

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  • The Concepts of Old 102 v. New 102; Something Old, Something New, ...Embrace Both
    Robert J. Spar, John M. White
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      Robert J. Spar ~ Patent Prosecution and Practice Specialist; Director (Ret.), Office of Patent Legal Administration, United States Patent and Trademark Office,
      John M. White ~ Director, Soryn IP Group; Berenato & White, LLC
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