- Are True Chemical Compounds, As Such, Inherently Unpatentable Subject Matter? Part 1
- 15 Temp. L. Q. 27
- Bluebook cite
- Charles E. Ruby, Are True Chemical Compounds, As Such, Inherently Unpatentable Subject Matter? Part 1, 15 Temp. L. Q. 27 (1940-41).
- Charles E. Ruby
- Item Type
- The article discusses and comp<span class= "highlight_word_0">are</span>s the United States with other countries' patent requirements. The article discusses that the US was the first in patent protection and how the US lower courts have ruled against prima facie validity if a <span class= "highlight_word_2">chemical</span> compound is claimed in a patent; however, the article states that the US continued to automatically accept <span class= "highlight_word_2">chemical</span> compound claims as prima facie validity despite the lower courts' rulings.
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by Michael Risch
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