How can someone contest the contents of a Patent?
Posted in the Patent / Trademark Law Forum
Since: Dec 09
#1 Dec 4, 2009
If a person has a patent, can someone contest the contents of the patent?
Say, the patent is for a object, and the inventor has made statements to get it that are not true or overstated, such as:
1. Patenting a natural enviromental occurence in nature, as part of the patent?
2. Applying and using studies by other researchers in such a way that the item being patented can not be able to do the supposed studies by itself?
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