WOMACK V. HELLINGS - Page 2




          Interference No. 103,960                                                    
          Womack v. Hellings                                                          

               On March 2, 2000, senior party Hellings filed a paper                  
          entitled “Decision Made Between Party Womack and Party                      
          Hellings” and signed by both counsel for the junior party and               
          counsel for the senior party.  (Paper No. 20).  The submission              
          states:                                                                     
               Party Hellings and Party Womack have exchanged and                     
               examined evidence.  Based on the evidence, Party                       
               Hellings and Party Womack have agreed that Party                       
               Hellings has priority.                                                 
               The submission is taken as a joint request for entry of                
          adverse judgment against junior party Womack pursuant to 37                 
          CFR  1.662(a).  The request is granted.  It is                             
                    ORDERED that judgment on priority as to Count 1, the              
          sole count in the interference, is awarded against junior                   
          party JAMES T. WOMACK.                                                      
                    FURTHER ORDERED that judgment on priority as to                   
          Count 1 is awarded in favor of senior party DEBORAH HELLINGS.               
                    FURTHER ORDERED that, on the record before the Board              
          of Patent Appeals and Interferences, senior party DEBORAH                   
          HELLINGS is entitled to a patent containing claims 1-3                      
          (corresponding to Count 1) of U.S. Patent 5,467,998.                        
                         FURTHER ORDERED that junior party JAMES T.                   


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