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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Today, ex parte reexamination is not the only, or even the most popular, administrative option for challenging the validity of issued patents.
Inter-partes reexamination could only be filed in applications that were filed on or after November 29, 2000.
Moreover, reexaminations that aim at bringing some armed movements such as the Taliban and Islamist organizations in Iraq to the negotiations table seem to be different.
Milone said her company sells its services and information to business clients, including drugmakers and high-technology companies, and its success in winning a reexamination of Singulair's patent represents proof of the company's ability to uncover prior art.
Patent and Trademark Office in these reexaminations has overturned our patents.
Compared to reexamination, the new procedure is much friendlier to the challenger.
Courts are split as to whether a protective order has the effect of barring a lawyer--and thus anything the lawyer became aware of during discovery--from participating in a reexamination after issuance of the protective order, however.
M2 EQUITYBITES-April 13, 2012-Gevo announces confirmation of its request for reexamination of Butamax patent from USPTO(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
Rather, his reexamination and reconstruction of the past is essential to propel his company into the future: Dancing the early material forced his troupe of professionals to disassemble their technique, to confront their received ideas.
Yoon and Lee base their findings on a reexamination of a 60-year-old puzzle about globular clusters.
McCaffrey, by examining the soldiers of the Mexican War, has, appropriately, laid the groundwork for the reexamination of this conflict by other social historians.
The authors also assert that the use of ex parte reexamination, instigated by the courts and administered by the USPTO, is an equally compelling means to resolve this issue.
This tragedy caused a reexamination of training philosophies concerning law enforcement safety.