Why is an Ex Parte 102(g) Rejection necessary? If an invention has been reduced to practice wouldn't the patent be preclude by 102(a)?
What is the strength of the patent, if during re-examination all the independent claims get cancelled and only dependent claims are confirmed?
Does a patent on an invention which does not work (but granted as if it does) count as invalidating prior art?
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