Thursday, September 15, 2016

GreenShift Provides Update

Information from Greenshift.

The court ruled last week that the Patents in Suit were additionally unenforceable because of inferences that our inventors and attorneys engaged in inequitable conduct by knowingly withholding material information with an intent to deceive the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (“USPTO”).

Both rulings are appealable. We disagree with the court's conclusions in each ruling, and believe that each decision relied heavily on an erroneous determination that the inventions were reduced to practice in 2003 as a result of limited, small-scale bench testing.

Nevertheless, the USPTO allowed CleanTech’s patents after considering the very information that the court found to have been withheld from the USPTO, and upon which the bulk of the court’s recent ruling was based.

We are eager to finally mount our appeal

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1 comment:

nobody123789 said...

This is important. First "good" news in almost two years.

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