Decision

Corning Cable Systems LLC v. Canada (Attorney General), 2019 FC 1065

Justice McVeigh - 2019-08-09

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Corning brings appeals under section 41 of the Patent Act of two decisions rendered by the Commissioner of Patents, each dismissing a patent application on the ground of obviousness. The Commissioner dismissed the two patent applications under section 40 of the Act, on recommendations of a three member panel of the Patent Appeal Board. These decisions are jointly on appeal before this Court. ... Corning seeks an order setting aside the Commissioner’s decisions declaring that the subject matter of the claims is not obvious, that the 996 and 149 Applications be allowed, or in the alternative, an order that the Commissioner continue prosecuting the 996 and 149 Applications. I am dismissing both appeals for the following reasons.

Decision relates to:

  • T-1549-18 - CORNING CABLE SYSTEMS LLC v. ATTORNEY GENERAL OF CANADA
  • T-1550-18 - CORNING CABLE SYSTEMS LLC v. ATTORNEY GENERAL OF CANADA

 

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