Simon Reynolds

Manner of Manufacture Win

Manner of Manufacture Win

In a recent Patent Office hearing decision relating to a Patent Application for a Waste Management and Processing System, the objection that the invention as claimed was not for a Manner of Manufacture was overturned.

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