PTAB procedures updated to increase transparency
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The US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) may revise its guidance on what constitutes an unpatentable abstract idea, in an effort to increase clarity in the patent process.
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Andrei Iancu, US Patent and Trademark Office, patent examiners, section 101, patent eligibility, unpatentable, novelty, inventive step, obviousness, filing