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Patent Engineering IEOR 190G CET: Center for Entrepreneurship &Technology. Week 8 Dr. Tal Lavian (408) 209-9112 Tlavian@berkeley.edu. 321 Haviland Mondays 4:00-6:00. REVIEW. Anticipation and Obviousness. 2. What else matters besides <Prior Art>?

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Patent Engineering

IEOR 190G

CET: Center for Entrepreneurship &Technology

Week 8

Dr. Tal Lavian

(408) 209-9112

Tlavian@berkeley.edu

321 Haviland

Mondays 4:00-6:00

Week 8: Coffee Sleeve Project

anticipation and obviousness

REVIEW

Anticipation and Obviousness

2. What else matters besides <Prior Art>?

Anticipation: NOTHING. Except that the single piece of Prior Art must ENABLE at least as well as the patent does.

Obviousness: LOTS.

The PRIMARY CONSIDERATIONS.

(really not much beyond the p.a., but there’s a formula for them, from the statute and from court decisions)

The SECONDARY CONSIDERATIONS

Guess which one Accused Infringers prefer to use to challenge a patent?

What about Patent Owners?

Week 8: Coffee Sleeve Project

class project coffee sleeves
Class Project: Coffee Sleeves
  • You will receive approximately 40 different Coffee Sleeves
  • Some of them will have the patent number
    • Research the differences between the different patents online

Week 8: Coffee Sleeve Project

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Class Project: Coffee Sleeves
  • Patents as small as a Coffee Sleeve:

Week 8: Coffee Sleeve Project

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Coffee Sleeves Patents
  • 5,205,473 Starbucks/Seattle’s Best
  • 6,863,644 Starbucks/Seattle’s Best
  • 5,826,786 The Sleeve
  • GB: 2,382,049 Starbucks/Seattle’s Best
  • HK: 1,055,927 Starbucks
  • 5,425,497 Peet’s Coffee/Moschetti Espresso
  • 6,986,438 Ultimate Cup Jacket

Week 8: Coffee Sleeve Project

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Class Project: Coffee Sleeves
  • Starbucks/Seattle’s Best: recyclable, corrugated container holders

Week 8: Coffee Sleeve Project

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Class Project: Coffee Sleeves

Week 8: Coffee Sleeve Project

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Class Project: Coffee Sleeves
  • Peet’s Coffee/Moschetti Espresso:safe cup holder, simple manufacturing

Week 8: Coffee Sleeve Project

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ClassProject:CoffeeSleeves

Week 8: Coffee Sleeve Project

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ClassProject:CoffeeSleeves
  • James Dickert: cup holder sleeve

Week 8: Coffee Sleeve Project

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Class Project: CoffeeSleeves

Week 8: Coffee Sleeve Project

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Class Project: CoffeeSleeves
  • Bernard Leung: insulating sleeve

Week 8: Coffee Sleeve Project

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Class Project: CoffeeSleeves

Week 8: Coffee Sleeve Project