Jean Ge

Jean Ge assists the firm’s Biotechnology Group in patent prosecution. She has extensive knowledge in the areas of molecular and cellular biology, microbiology, biochemistry and structural biology.

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Magnitude of Comparative Results: What’s Considered Unexpected?

Posted by Jean Ge on Apr 24, 2017

Jean Ge

The discovery of an optimum value of a “result-effective variable” in a known process is ordinarily considered within the skill of the art and obvious. But, if a patent owner shows that optimizing the variable resulted in benefits with a magnitude unexpected by one skilled in the art, the optimized variable may be found nonobvious, as in Coalition For Affordable Drugs v. Biogen Idec Inc. (IPR2015-01993).

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Topics: Kyle Bass, Biotech

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