Patents: EPO’s Enlarged Board of Appeal on clarity examination
The Enlarged Board of Appeal (EBA) has been recently requested to issue a decision as to which extent an amendment made during European Patent Office (EPO) opposition proceedings can be challenged for lack of clarity. The technical question raised by the Board of Appeal (BOA) within case no. T 373/12 is specifically referred to amendments resulting from the combination of claims as already granted…
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