Nonobviousness = A requirement for patent protection. A new invention must produce unexpected or surprising new results that are not anticipated by the existing technology (or prior art). A nonobvious invention is unexpected by a person with ordinary skill in the art — for example, the telephone technology created by Alexander Graham Bell was not obvious to audio and sound engineers of Bell’s day.
We enlarge upon this topic at the legal English course with a view to Intellectual Property & Patent law.
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CURSURI DE ENGLEZĂ JURIDICĂ ÎN BUCUREȘTI
Solicitors, barristers, attorneys, counsels wanted for legal English course. Long discussions, contract formation and negotiations, contract remedies, company law, employment law, real property law, intellectual property, negotiable instruments, secured transactions, competition law … International recognition after the ILEC (International Legal English Certificate).
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