USPTO Calls Apple's "Rubber Banding" ...

USPTO Calls Apple's "Rubber Banding" Patent Invalid

There are 2 comments on the Tom's Hardware story from Oct 24, 2012, titled USPTO Calls Apple's "Rubber Banding" Patent Invalid. In it, Tom's Hardware reports that:

The United States Patent and Trademark Office has reportedly declared all twenty claims in Apple's "rubber-banding" patent invalid in a non-final Office action.

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patent attorney

Jersey City, NJ

#1 Oct 29, 2012
So what. 95% of patent apps get rejected in this way. This means absolutely nothing. They will still likely get a patent on something if not what is currently rejected.

Since: Aug 12

Seattle, WA

#2 Oct 29, 2012
I think you got a point there.

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