This patent received a final rejection on January 24, 2014 and was listed as abandoned on August 6, 2014.
The examiner cited:
Claim 1 is rejected under 35 U.S.C. 103(a) as being unpatentable over Marley US Pat. No. 2,586,547 in view of Cosmopulos US Pat. No. 4,157,828.
Claim 1 is rejected under 35 U.S.C. 112(a) or 35 U.S.C. 112 (pre-AIA)...
Especially in the U.S., correct inventorship is important. Co-inventors are not strictly analogous with co-authors. In the U.S., all true inventors must be listed. An inventor is someone who makes a conceptual contribution to something that is claims. The only legitimate reasons to remove an inventor would either be for them to decide that you were listed ...
This is the list of examination ("prosecution") events for this EPO application:
As you can see, there has been a rejection, and a failed appeal which was dismissed:
Yes. The links in the question lead to google patents where you can find the link to espacenet. In the legal section you see that the patent got granted and the fees were paid. It doesn't say lapsed or anything like it.
You could find the same information at 'Public Pair' (google it).
The priority date of the patent seems to be 2006, therefore the patent ...
First thing to point out, neither WO2015191648A1 nor US20190365145A1 are patents. Both are applications. Applications get reviewed by patent offices and only if they are deemed sufficiently new and novel issued as patents. Claims in applications are nearly always broader than the subsequent issued patent. I'm not a lawyer, but I'll take a crack at answering ...
Google Patent search does not include Taiwan patents now, therefore it has nothing to do with legal status of said patent.
Currently Google search covers United States, Europe, International (WIPO), China, Germany and Canada.
hope it answers your query.
Google only provides a limited amount of information about the patent status. This is a PCT (International) application, so you need to check multiple sources (WIPO/Patentscope, Espacenet and USPTO) in order to find the status of the application in all relevant countries.
For instance the USPTO Public Pair database has the US application (US 2012/0065024 A1)...
This patent issued on November 13, 2013 and is enforceable in the United States. There was no international application filed, so manufacture and sales outside of the US do not infringe. However, any sales within the US (including unintentional 3rd party sales) could lead to infringement or contributory infringement.
Since this site is not a direct ...
This application is still undergoing prosecution. A Final Rejection was issued by the USPTO on April 2, 2015 based on non-statutory subject matter and a lack of definitions in the specification. However, a Notice of Appeal was filed on July 21, 2015.
Updated information, including all correspondence between the examiner and inventor is freely available in ...
Please go to the link
You will see the following (and more):
Application Number: 14362446 Application Date: 21.12.2012
Publication Number: 20170245476 Publication Date: 18.12.2014
Grant Number: 09826721 Grant Date: 28.11.2017
You are interested in the the grant date mentioned ...
This PCT patent is currently in the National Phase, which means there are publications in multiple countries, each with its own status. You can find these on the "National Status" tab of the page you linked to:
Office Entry Date National Number National Status
Australia 03.07.2014 2012357650 Published: 24.07.2014
I don't want to conflate the legal status of the application(s) with the time gap between publication and assignment. An assignment can happen during examination of the application or after the patent is granted, so there is not necessarily a link between the assignment of this application and the date of publication.
As is the case for many patents, it is ...
The best place to determine the status of US patents and applications is the US Public Pair site. In the case of US20070257041, the current status is "Abandoned -- Failure to Respond to an Office Action". The status date is 10-15-2008 which means the applicant failed to respond to an office action (in this case a non-final rejection) in 2008. While it may ...
Am I in the clear to manufacture this product?
Not necessarily. Even if the marked patent is expired, there may be other patents (or designs) that are pending and in force, which would cover the product. The key way to assess this is to perform a freedom-to-operate search.
However, if you are intending to produce something which is identical to a product ...
You can use one of several search tools. One that I like is Espacenet run by the European Patent Office. I provided the application number (not the publication number) and this is the URL to get to the results.
Selecting INPADOC ...
This patent likely expired on June 3, 2008, according to the USPTO patent term calculator. You can calculate patent term using the USPTO's patent term calculator available at: https://www.uspto.gov/patent/laws-and-regulations/patent-term-calculator#heading-1
There are foreign counterparts that may still be in force as I didn't look at them, damages for ...
For applications file prior to June 8th, 1995, the patent term is either 17 years from the issue date or 20 years from the filing date of the earliest U.S. or international (PCT) application to which priority is claimed (excluding provisional applications), the longer term applying. So this is either April 2, 2013 (17 years) or May 15, 2014 (20 years). Since ...
There are several applications in this patent family. Some of the national phase status for the PCT application (WO 2013/096139 A1) can be found via PatentScope:
European Patent Office 21.07.2014 2012860602
The European application status can be found at EP Register:
Status: Request for examination was made
Database last updated on 13.11.2015
And the US ...
I think Google Patents has the application title correct: Medical device, method of making and using the same. However, that does sound more like the title of a patent class, not a patent application.
This was the title from the original specification document (March 12, 2014):
However, a revised specification (April 4, 2014) provided a new title: "Ostomy ...
If you examine the metadata for this patent on Google Patents, you'll see that it has a PCT Number PCT/JP2000/000585, indicating that the original application was filed in Japan, and that this is a PCT application (worldwide).
A PCT application has a search phase and a national phase, and the information regarding the application status in individual ...
On the Google Patents page for this patent, look under Legal Events and you will see:
Nov 13, 2007 FP Expired due to failure to pay maintenance fee
Effective date: 20070921
The patent is expired since September 9, 2007.
If you are interested in the detailed history of the patent, refer to the USPTO Public Pair database.
The primary source of information is the USPTO Public Pair database which has a CAPTCHA and does not allow direct links to individual patents. On that site, Search for Application by Publication Number "US 20120138076 A1". The Image File Wrapper contains a large number of documents, but of particular note is an Abandonment on October 22, 2014. The reasons ...
Short answer:- Abandoned -- Failure to Respond to an Office Action
How to find:-
Go to http://portal.uspto.gov/pair/PublicPair
enter the publication number:- 20110223816
check status of child applications which will have status for 13/600,467 you can also go for hyperlink at said number which will lead you to patent application landing page with status.