Ex Parte Jellá

Case Number: CLB0220

Date: 11.03.2008

Citation: 90 U.S.P.Q.2d 1009 (B.P.A.I. 2008) (precedential)

The Board of Patent Appeals and Interferences holds that, in order to rely on secondary considerations in support of the non-obviousness of a claim, there must be a clear nexus between the evidence presented and the invention as claimed.

Download PDF Return to Case Law Briefs Main Page