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section on validity related to obviousness

Anticipation:

clear and convincing evidence- criminal-different from beyond a reasonable doubt. civil-preponderance of the evidence. clear and convincing is between civil and criminal. Must prove with clear and convincing evidence that the claimed invention was on sale in this country more than one year prior to the date of the application of the patent.