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Patent Indefiniteness After Dow: The Problem of Multiple Measurement Techniques
February 17, 2016


Commercial Litigation Partners Lawrence K. DeMeo and Howard P. Goldberg, and Associate Ethan W. Marks, wrote an in-depth article describing the recent Federal Circuit decision in Dow Chemical Co. v. Nova Chemicals Corp. (Canada) and its implications for patent owners in all industries. The decision both confirmed a new standard for indefiniteness, and demonstrated the new standard’s effect on patents that do not indicate which measurement technique should define the scope of the invention claimed. The article was published in the Boston Patent Law Association’s Winter 2016 Newsletter.

Click here to read the article in its entirety.

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