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Latest revision as of 17:26, 29 March 2011

My Selected US Patent

  • Patent 4836046
    • Issued June 6, 1989
  • The idea behind this invention was to automate gear shifting in bicycles, a vehicle in which gear shifting is traditionally a manual process, by means of "A sprocket wheel assembly which is responsive to the input torque applied at the pedals." I found this interesting because to me, bicycle transmissions represent a purely mechanical device, but I've always been interested in the idea of automating this. I think it will be relevant to this study of patent law because surely, others have had similar ideas about inventing automatic bicycle transmissions. I found the patent while searching the "Patentstorm" website; here is the link: [1].

Riester: 1/28/11 Homework

Riester: 2/4/11 Homework


Riester: Nonobviousness

Riester: W.L. Gore & Associates, Inc. v. Garlock, Inc., 721 F.2d 1540 (1983)

Riester: 3/23/11 Homework

Riester:CCS Fitness, Inc. v. Brunswick Corporation, 288 F.3d 1359 (2002)

Riester:Graver Tank & Mfg. Co. v. Linde Air Products Co. 339 US 605 (1950)

Riester: "clear" case