"Three Years On: What The New Definition of Prior Art Means Today," World Intellectual Property Review

March 18, 2016

In an article published in World Intellectual Property Review on March 16, 2016, Russell B. Dunlap provides insight on how three years after the America Invents Act (AIA) changed the definition of “prior art” in the U.S. that patent applicants, owners and practitioners still need to fully understand its meaning in order to successfully navigate the patent system. The article details the definition of “prior art” and new concerns that U.S. patent owners and applicants must understand since the AIA’s passing. For the full article, subscribers may visit the World Intellectual Property Review website.

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