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Whether the Plaintiff’s invention involved an inventive step in regard to what was previously known or used prior to the date of the patent?


The principle of prior art, which began in the 1950s, states that all claimed inventions can only be granted patents given that they pass a test of innovation. Claimed inventions are only presumed to be patentable unless and until the examiner establishes a prima facie evidence that the invention consists of obviousness and knowledge prior to that of the said claim.

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