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FED. CIR. FURTHER LIMITS DOCTRINE OF EQUIVALENTS Johnson & Johnston Assocs. v. R.E. Serv. Co.

8 No. 22 ANIPLR 3Andrews Intellectual Property Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

FED. CIR. FURTHER LIMITS DOCTRINE OF EQUIVALENTS Johnson & Johnston Assocs. v. R.E. Serv. Co.

8 No. 22 ANIPLR 3Andrews Intellectual Property Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

8 No. 22 Andrews Intell. Prop. Litig. Rep. 3
Andrews Intellectual Property Litigation Reporter
April 16, 2002
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FED. CIR. FURTHER LIMITS DOCTRINE OF EQUIVALENTS

Johnson & Johnston Assocs. v. R.E. Serv. Co.

The Federal Circuit has added another limitation to the application of the doctrine of equivalents, ruling that the doctrine cannot be relied upon to expand upon the claims of a patent. Johnson & Johnston Associates Inc. v. R.E. Service Co. Inc. et...
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