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This case said that the Doctrine of equivalence says "if something does substantially the same function in substantially the same way for the same result." it is not a valid claim.
 
This case said that the Doctrine of equivalence says "if something does substantially the same function in substantially the same way for the same result." it is not a valid claim.
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This affirms the strength of patents and doesnt allow for frivolous patents that are simply minor changes to existing ones.
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question was whether the substitution of manganese for magnesium constituted a patent. court ruled it is frivolous

Latest revision as of 12:43, 25 March 2011

This case said that the Doctrine of equivalence says "if something does substantially the same function in substantially the same way for the same result." it is not a valid claim.

This affirms the strength of patents and doesnt allow for frivolous patents that are simply minor changes to existing ones.

question was whether the substitution of manganese for magnesium constituted a patent. court ruled it is frivolous