Federal Circuit Dismantles “Rigid” Rosen-Durling Test for Design Patent Obviousness in Light of KSR; USPTO Promptly Issues New Guidance

Federal Circuit Dismantles “Rigid” Rosen-Durling Test for Design Patent Obviousness in Light of KSR; USPTO Promptly Issues New Guidance On February 5, 2024, the Federal Circuit sat en banc to hear oral arguments in a closely watched case concerning design patent obviousness standards in a dispute between LKQ (an aftermarket auto-parts provider), and General Motors [...]

Inventorship in the AI Era and CAFC Advocacy

Inventorship Determinations in the Era of AI-Assisted Inventions The evolution of artificial intelligence from traditional predictive algorithms to modern generative AI poses unique challenges to our understanding of inventorship. Unlike its predecessors, generative AI can create novel, original content by identifying patterns in data—a process strikingly similar to human invention. A pivotal moment in patent [...]

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