reexamination


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Synonyms for reexamination

(law) questioning of a witness by the party that called the witness after that witness has been subject to cross-examination

a subsequent examination of a patient for the purpose of monitoring earlier treatment

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In 2011, after TransData filed the patent infringement lawsuits, an anonymous electric meter manufacturer filed four separate ex-parte reexamination requests against the Smart Meter Patents.
All prior art identified in those proceedings, as well as additional prior art, was considered by the USPTO during the reexamination proceeding.
In cases reaching armed or unarmed Islamist organizations, reexaminations become a phase in the experience of self-criticism necessary to correct the course.
A final resolution of the reexamination may take from several months to several years.
In 2009, SK Hynix requested reexamination of claims 18, 24 and 33 of US patent number 6,034,918.
Courts generally weigh three factors when deciding whether to grant a stay pending ex parte reexamination of the patent at issue: "(1) whether a stay would unduly prejudice or present a clear tactical disadvantage to the non-moving party; (2) whether a stay will simplify the issues in question and trial of the case; and (3) whether discovery is complete and whether a trial date has been set.
If the belief system to which members are dedicated won't stand up to critical reexamination, they had better reexamine it.
However, the decision is still significant as being one of the first two decisions issued by the CAFC for a utility patent in an inter partes reexamination proceeding.
Loudon Owen, Chairman of i4i, says, "Put simply Microsoft lost the trial, lost the appeal, and lost the reexamination.
Druce also discussed patent reexaminations as a litigation tool and recent trends in reexamination filings.
netTALK") (OTC:NTLK) announced that it received a United States Patent Office ("USPTO") Ex Parte Reexamination Certificate ("EPRC") for netTALK's U.
Patent 5,787,449 ('449) that had been put into a reexamination proceeding by Microsoft.