Fed. Circ. Forecast: USPTO to face inventor’s bias allegations

By Andrew Karpan (October 28, 2021, 9:16 p.m. EDT) – Prolific computer chip inventor Gilbert Hyatt will travel to the federal circuit next week to advocate for the revival of his case accusing the United States Patent Office and brands for adopting a secret “no-patent policy for Hyatt.”

On Monday, three judges will hear Hyatt’s argument that a federal judge in Virginia was wrong to dismiss his claim that the patent office made a general rule never to grant him patents from 1997 onwards. lower court ruled in favor of the agency, saying the office had indicated “unequivocally” that it was not adopting such a rule.

Decades ago, the USPTO released Hyatt so many …

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