use patentee in a sentence.
If you have good invalidating prior art, re-exam is cost effective and scary for the patentee.
Yeah, the patent itself is quid pro quo, not just a windfall for the patentee.
Seems to be neither:Indeed, the written description of the patents in question expressly refuted the claim construction of the patentee-plaintiff.
Yeah, a patentee can be his own lexicographer, but...
In general, the patentee should describe every version of the invention they have conceived of, in as much detail as possible, so as to support both broad and narrow claims.
In theory that would still leave a problem for all the existing standards, but I don't see how that problem is significantly worse than the existing problem with submarine patents that were never FRAND in the first place because the patentees didn't participate in the standards process.
The result is a situation where either you de facto prohibit the patentee from enforcing the patent against any infringer (i.
The new "first to file" system still requires that the patentee to be an inventor, and that seems to me to be enough to satisfy the Constitutional requirements.
Moreover on the subject of obviousness I always felt that should a patentee or their agent push the argument to it's logical end that "if it's obvious then why has no one already done it" appears to be an almost watertight argument.
That said, while a patent term is calculated from the date of filing, a patentee has no rights until after the patent issues.
Option 3: You can refine a patent, but you must pay part of the license you charge to the original patentee.
I also love this one:"forbidding patent trolling by requiring the patentee to produce the patented invention within a specified period, or lose the patent"These days big tech corporations are filing patents as fast as they can print them on paper.