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x-ray-eyes   Thursday, 07/30/20 11:06:48 AM
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HDVY Agree, the Patent and Trademark Office as well as the Trial and Appeal Board ruled in favor of HDVY granting them Exclusive Rights to the SVM-RFE Technology while simultaneously cancelling Intel's Patent. Any Judge will rule based on the the decision handed down by the Patent Trial and Appeal Board. The only question is how much $$$.....imo


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On February 27, 2019, the United States Patent and Trademark Office ("USPTO") ruled in favor of Health Discovery on the SVM-RFE Patents in the Interference proceeding between HDC and Intel. The Patent Trial and Appeal Board ("PTAB") of the USPTO issued its decision, finding that Health Discovery is entitled to claim exclusive rights to the SVM-RFE technology as set forth in the patent application that was filed to provoke the Interference. The decision ordered Intel’s Patent No. 7,685,077 to be cancelled. The decision also dismissed Intel’s motions challenging the validity of Health Discovery’s pending claims and issued patents covering SVM-RFE.

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